Please note that Kristang has three types of post-head relative clauses: (i) a relative clause with a relativizer; (ii) a relative clause without a relativizer and without full or pronominal repetition of the head in the relative clause; (iii) a relative clause without a relativizer, yet with a pronoun representing the head (e.g. [person tell story traditional HE man] 'the person who tells traditional stories (HE) is a man'). It strikes me that the presence/absence of a relativizer, and the presence/absence of a PRO-copy of the head are important types among varieties of Creole Portuguese.
Source: Baxter 1988: 110
Source: Baxter 1988: 111