Nelson Mandela memorial fake sign language interpreter - what he actually said - This is Genius
Deaf and sign language groups have reacted with some confusion after it transpired the sign language interpreter at Nelson Mandela's memorial service was actually speaking total nonsense. Our signing experts have taken a look at some of the footage and translated what was actually said.
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Cuiping is touched by Tianpeng’s sincerity and both agree to marry each other. As Tianpeng follows Heilong to ‘Ya Sha’, Heilong looks for a chance to kill him. However, Tianpeng is on guard against Heilong and manages to escape this death ordeal. Tianpeng guesses that Heilong’s attempted murder was because of Cuiping, but he denies. He reveals that he wants to dominate the mine and asks Tianpeng to join him. 天鹏答应娶翠英，翠英被他的诚意所感动，答应嫁给他。天鹏随黑龙去“伢沙”，黑龙要伺机杀死天鹏，但天鹏早有提防，令黑龙无法得逞。天鹏以为黑龙是因为翠英的事情要杀他，黑龙否认，坦言自己想要霸占山头当矿主，邀天鹏一起和他合作。
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