||Peninsular Malaysia, Selangor, elsewhere.
||KLSL, Kuala Lumpur Sign Language
||Deaf sign language
||American signs introduced late 1960s to a class for deaf children. They were promoted by the club for deaf adults which started at the YMCA in 1973. Many former users of Penang Sign Language [psg] now use it. Mainly older adults. Still used by some children, but they prefer MSL [xml]. Positive attitude.
||Literacy rate in L2: 50%.
||Many learned Penang Sign Language while studying in Penang and mixed Penang and American signs. Uses many American signs with mostly English, some Malay word order.