mi ken lukin e ali pi toki pona kepeken seme? o pana e sona sina lon ni kepeken toki Inli: Where is Toki Pona practically used? What can you do with Toki Pona? Add here in English (this page is for supplementary use with the ISO-code application, following the 2007 and 2017 rejected requests, we hope toki pona will be recognised and assigned an ISO-code.).

Media Edit

News coverage of Toki Pona as a living and growing language Edit

Interviews with Sonja Lang on Toki Pona Edit

  • Allusionist (2015, Allusionist 25: Toki Pona, 20 minutes, interviewed by Helen Zaltzman)
  • Actual Fluency Podcast (2014, AFP 20 – Sonja Lang: Toki Pona, Conlanging and the meaning of life, 45 minutes, interviewed by Kris Broholm)
  • Skylarking, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, CBC Radio Two. (2008, interviewed by André Alexis)
  • 3-60 Radio-Canada, Première Chaîne (Atlantique) (2007, 8 minutes, interview by Denis Robichaud, transcript translated to English by Sonja herself)
  • Le Réveil Radio-Canada, Première Chaîne (Atlantique) (2007, 13 minutes, interviewed by Michel Doucet, transcript translated to English by Sonja herself)
  • Sounds Like Canada Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, CBC Radio One. (2007, 20 minutes, interviewed by Kevin Sylvester)
  • And Sometimes Y Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, CBC Radio One. (2007, interviewed by Jane Farrow)

Podcasts Edit

Books Edit

Videos Edit

Academia Edit

Academic articles, papers on Toki Pona or using TP in their experiments Edit

Conventions and gatherings where Toki Pona was actively used Edit

  • LingvaFest (2018, polyglot festival in Bratislava, Slovakia; 2 Toki Pona Crash Courses by Václav Zouzalík)
  • The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) (Toki Pona one-hour classes in 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009)
  • kama sona pi toki pona lon ma Elopa (2015, 9 people from 5 countries met in the Czech Republic to enjoy studying and using the Toki Pona language together)
  • TokiPonathon, another link (2014, Actual Fluency meetup, 17 people tried to learn Toki Pona in 48 hours)
  • Summer Esperanto-School (2013, Toki Pona course)
  • International Youth Congress of Esperanto (IJK 2006, Sarajevo)
  • Possible one-month Toki Pona course for 12/13-year-olds at a private school in Norway as an introductory to learning a foreign language [probably next autumn]
  • to a lesser degree Toki Pona is used in countless Esperanto meetings

Materials Edit

Toki Pona: The Language of Good (creator's book) Edit

  • see Media–Books above

Lessons Edit

Useful phrases Edit

Literature Edit

Videos and music Edit

Discussion forums, microblogging Edit

Personal websites and blogs Edit

Websites and apps with a Toki Pona interface Edit

  • Amikumu - an app for finding people nearby who speak the same language, with a focus on small and minority languages
    • Ages and Locations of TP speakers on Amikumu
    • Toki Pona is 15th most spoken language there (February 2019, 403 speakers – 230 beginners, 115 intermediate, 52 advanced, 6 native)
  • Lichess - a site for playing chess with other people online
  • Wikipesija (partial Toki Pona interface) - a wiki-based encyclopedia in Toki Pona on many topics
  • Classic games in Toki Pona (including Zelda, Super Mario, Batman, Jaws)

Apps on Google Play Edit

Toki Pona Originals Edit

Writing systems Edit

Spin-off languages or unrecognized dialects Edit

  • Mini (with its own Facebook group)
  • Sapolim (not yet finished)
  • ta lo ne
  • Ta Ti
  • toki pona enhanced (formalizes the syntax and the lexicon of toki pona employing advances in the science of Lojban)
  • Toki IO
  • Toki Pona has its own history (some words changed, some were added, some became obsolete, users themselves established the usage of some words)

Sign languages Edit