Encyclopaedia Of Southeast Asia And Its Tribes (Set Of 3 Vols.)
Southeast Asia is a region where one can find many similarities between different countries. Southeast Asia has never been in any sense an isolated or self - contained unit. Because of its crossroads situation on the map of Asia it has always been peculiarly exposed to external influences; it has been a meeting- ground of commerce, cultures civilization.
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Aceh adat agama Alkatiri Angkor Wat Angkorian archipelago areas Asian Australia Austronesian languages Bajau Bali Balinese Batak belief Boda Borneo Brunei Buddhist Bugis called Cambodia Cantonese Catholic cent central century ceremonies Cham China Chinese Indonesians Christianity classical dance colonial cuisine culture Dayak dialects Dili dishes Dutch East Timor eastern endemic ethnic group fado forces forests Fretilin gamelan Guinea Gusmao Hakka Hindu Hinduism independence Indian indigenous Indonesian government influence Islam island Jakarta Java Javanese Kadazan Kalimantan Khmer Loeu Khmer Rouge King kingdom known Kroeung leaders live Lombok Majapahit majority Malay Malaysia migrated military Minangkabau modern monks mountain Muslim official origin Papua Philippines political popular population Portuguese Preah President province Ramos-Horta region religion religious rice Sabah sampot Sasak Southeast Asia species spoken style Suharto Sulawesi Sumatra Sundaland Sundanese telu temple Tetum Thailand Theravada Timorese traditional Vietnam Vietnamese village Wallacea West western wetu telu