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The Cia-Cia language, also known as South Buton, West Buton, or Mambulu-Laporo, is an Austronesian language spoken principally around the town of Bau-Bau on the southern tip of Buton Island off the southeast coast of Sulawesi in Indonesia. As of 2005 there were about 80,000 speakers (SIL).
Speakers, who are Muslim, also use Wolio, which is closely related, or Indonesian Malay.
Cia-Cia was once written in a Jawi-like script, called gundul, based on Arabic with five additional consonant letters but no signs for vowels.
In 2009 the language gained international media attention with a decision by the town of Bau-Bau to adopt Korean hangul as the modern script for Cia-Cia, beginning to teach students the alphabet using textbooks created by the Hunminjeongeum Research Institute of Seoul. In adapting hangul to the structure of Cia-Cia, the obsolete letter ㅸ was resurrected for /v/.
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