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Asian Indigenous People General Resources. ... ‘Biopiracy’ increasing threat to survival
The Peoples of The World Foundation - Travel and Ethnic Minorities ...
...to some of its Southeast Asian neighbors; these ... Cambodia's indigenous, ethnic minority
Southeast Asian arts -- Encyclopædia Britannica
Visual arts. Cambodia and Vietnam. Kingdom of Khmer: 9th to 13th century. ... Indigenous
arts, Southeast Asian -- Encyclopædia Britannica
Indigenous magical and animist tradition, Indian tradition, ... General development of
Taiwan, as in many other parts of the world, indigenous languages and ... Other ancient
NativeWeb Resources: Asia
An extensive listing of websites containing information of Asian peoples. ... comprise
Asiabooks Catalogue - Cambodia
2000, 58 pp., ) This book is available in English, Khmer or French ... Asian Development
Southeast Asian art and architecture. The Columbia Encyclopedia ...
...to the traditions of the indigenous peoples ... is wood, encompassing the quintessential
Asian Pacific Adventures - Laos
...in the enchanting blend of Asian simplicity, French ... a lasting testament to the mighty
Asian Pacific Adventures - Indochina
Revel in the enchanting blend of Asian simplicity, French ... of Angkor, the seat of
Asian American Net: Cambodia
An indigenous, non-profit, non-government organization with ... Atrocities by Khmer Rouge
the centre for cross-cultural research
...of mixed-race children from their indigenous mothers in ... Sino-Burmese, Anglo-Burman,
Indigenous Cambodian Archaeology: Development, Motivations, and ...
...meant to devalue the heritage of indigenous Southeast Asians. ... by the Government of
Policy on Indigenous Peoples - ADB.org
Khmer [ PDF: 300 kb | 36 pages ]. ... A Policy on Indigenous Peoples in Bank Operations;
Southeast Asia Archaeology
Indigenous Cambodian Archaeology; The Niah Cave Project ... Chinese shipwreck, upsetting
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THE UNITED "INDIGENOUS PEOPLES" NATIONS. -NEW'S FLASH- ... Cambodia (T) (GoTo)
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...and adopted by the less developed indigenous people. ... reached its peak surpassing
Southeast Asian art and architecture: Early History
Encyclopedia—Southeast Asian art and architecture. ... conform to the traditions of the
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Bibliography on Gender in Pre-Colonial Southeast Asia
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Kegan Paul: Publishing the World
Spoken Khmer Dictionary, An English-Spoken Khmer Dictionary Date Available: Series /
Khmer Krom Network
White House Briefing and the National Asian American Leadership ... on behalf of millions
Wildflowers Institute - Cambodian Community Portrait
Lawrence Palmer Briggs, The Ancient Khmer Empire ... 86, as quoted in Janey Egawa and
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...and indigenous ingredients. The package includes: - One night accommodation - Breakfast
Korea Variations in Employment Relations between Indigenous Taiwanese Firms ... Rong
Thai airline- Thailand Travel Information in Brief
...important habitats for South-East Asian waterfowl. Indigenous mammals, mostly found
Khmers Kampuchea-Krom Federation
...targets Khmer Krom audiences. Broadcasting weekly to Kampuchea-Krom on Friday night
AIGA - Southeast Asian Design Reflects Diversity
Its people; a mix of Chinese, Indian, Sri Lankan and Khmer, are laid ... (Philippines,
Southeast Asian Websites
Scholars, Researchers and Friends of Southeast Asian Studies ... Darkness: The Odyssey
SPEAKERS HIGHLIGHT VIOLATIONS OF INDIGENOUS WOMEN’S RIGHTS, NEED ...
...people; and by the Vietnamese Government against the Khmer Krom people ... The representative
Joshua Project - Peoples by Country Profiles
Ethnic Tree. Affinity Bloc: Southeast Asian Peoples. ... Language. Primary Language:
Joshua Project - Peoples by Country Profiles
Ethnic Tree. Affinity Bloc: Southeast Asian Peoples. ... Believers.
South-East Asian Religions
South-East Asian Religions. The ancient indigenous religion of both mainland and
ELA World Directory
WWW VIRTUAL LIBRARY Asian Continent; Asian Studies; Asia ... Indigenous Resource Info
Bristol Indigenous People Support
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Jennifer's Page of Links: Language Resources - Asia and Australia
Asian Languages. ... Grammar Burmese Language Cambodian Khmer (Piasaa Gmae) Khmer Chechen
Southeast Asian Studies Spring 2002 Newsletter
...create programs that support work, indigenous religious practices ... massive relocations
Villa Asian Omnivoore
Indonesia, Vietnam, Laos, the Philippines, the Asian portions of ... religion for 2,500
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Le Cambodge, aujourd"hui: Telemedicine brings care to indigenous ...
But just as responsible for the indigenous peoples' plight ... Penh, capital of this
U2ASEAN, Southeast Asian Discoveries, Directories and Community in ...
...architects, and helped enrich indigenous culture. ... diversity – mainly Thai, Mon, Khmer,
Bronze Buddhist Sculpture from Thailand, Burma, Laos & Cambodia
It is based on indigenous notions of belief as well as those incorporated into Southeast
More information from Wikipedia.org:
The Khmer people are the main ethnic group in Cambodia, accounting for 90% of the 13 million people in the country.
The Khmer empire was a powerful kingdom based in what is now Cambodia. The empire, which seceded from the kingdom of Chenla, at times ruled over and/or vassalised parts of modern-day Laos, Thailand and Vietnam. Its greatest legacy is Angkor, which was the capital during the empire's zenith. Angkor bears testimony to the Khmer empire's immense power and wealth, as well as the variety of belief systems that it patronised over time. The empire's official religions included Hinduism and Mahayana Buddhism, until Theravada Buddhism prevailed after its introduction from Sri Lanka in the 13th century.
Khmer is one of the main Austroasiatic languages. Sanskrit and Pali have had considerable influence on the language, through the vehicles of Buddhism and Hinduism. As result of their geographic proximity, the Khmer language has influenced Thai and Laotian and vice versa.
Khmer is somewhat unusual among its neighboring languages (Thai, Laotian and Vietnamese) in that it is not a tonal language.
The Khmer Rouge was a Communist organization which ruled Cambodia from 1975 to 1979. The term "Khmer Rouge," meaning "Red Khmer" in French, was coined by former king and prime minister Norodom Sihanouk and became widely used in the English-speaking world. The official name of the Khmer Rouge was the Communist Party of Cambodia, later the Party of Democratic Kampuchea. It was also known as the Communist Party of Kampuchea, the Khmer Communist Party and the National Army of Democratic Kampuchea.
The Khmer Rouge regime is remembered mainly for the deaths of an estimated 1.7 million people, through execution, starvation and forced labor. It was one of the most violent regimes of the 20th century often compared with the regimes of Adolf Hitler, Joseph Stalin, and Mao Zedong. In terms of the number of people killed as a proportion of the population of the country it ruled and time in power, it was probably the most lethal regime of the 20th century. Nevertheless, only three of the Khmer Rouge leaders have been imprisoned since their rule ended, one on unrelated charges.
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