For the language project, I would like to work with Sherry Huang
In no particular order, I found these languages interesting:
ISO 639-3: tsz Purépecha is spoken in the highlands of Michoacán, Mexico. There are approximately 55,000 speakers of the language in all countries . It's considered a language isolate since it doesn't seem to be related to any other known languages . Purépecha is considered both an agglutinative language and polysynthetic as well . Speakers of the language may also know Spanish as Mexican government has encouraged Speakers of indigenous languages to abandon their languages in favor of Spanish; this is causing the status of the language to become more endangered . It wasn't until 2003 the Congress of the Union of Mexico approved the General Law of Linguistic Rights of the Indigenous Peoples which protected the language as a "national language" . The official alphabet is the P’URHEPECHA JIMBO KARARAKUECHA (Purépecha Alphabet) .
ISO 639-3: tnl
Lenakel is spoken in the western coast of Tanna Island in Vanuatu. There are approximately 11,500 speakers of the language in all countries . Speakers of the language may also know how to speak other dialects of Tanna as there are four  other major dialects spoken on the island . Being a language originating from an island, Lenakel is isolating but has closely related languages such as Whitesands and North Tanna; there are ongoing arguments on whether the two are separate languages or whether they are dialects of Lenakel . Lenakel is written in the Latin alphabet but has a complex phonemic inventory .
ISO 639-3: jje
Jeju is a Koreanic language traditionally spoken in Jeju Island, South Korea. There are approximately 5,000-10,000 speakers of the language in all countries . Speakers of the language may also speak a mixed form of Korean that mostly draws from Korean but incorporates certain aspects of Jejueo as well . The spelling system used for Jeju is Hangul-based . There is speculation by linguist Yang Changyong that the formation of the Jeju language was influenced by the Mongols and that the language is independent of Korean .