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Modern Chinese Sign Language is the deaf sign language of the
People's Republic of China. It is unrelated to Taiwanese Sign
Language. The first deaf school using Chinese Sign Language was
created by the American missionary C.R. Mills and his wife in the
year 1887. However, Mills did not work with American Sign Language,
so there is no ASL influence on Chinese Sign Language. Schools,
workshops and farms in different areas for the Deaf are the main
ways that CSL has been able to spread in China so well. Other Deaf
who are not connected to these gathering places tend to use sets of
gestures developed in their own homes, known as home sign.
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