Factoid # 1
Tok Pisin is an English-based creole language. It can be called “Pidgin English”.
It is one of the three official languages of Papua New Guinea, a country of over 850 languages.
The majority of its vocabulary is based on English but also had influences from German
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Factoid # 2
Papua New Guinea has an incredibly diverse array of flora, fauna, and natural resources.
The matrilineal province of East Pomio, for example, is home to an abundant agricultural economy that is the primary source of many livelihoods.
Factoid # 3
Oro Province (Home of KTF and the Kokoda Track) is home to the largest species of butterfly in the world – The Queen Alexandra’s Birdswing, with females reaching wingspans slightly in excess of 25 cm to 28 cm (9.8 inches to 11 inches).
The butterfly is the inspiration for KTF’s logo.