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Akha heritage foundation
Ahka page villages of these colourful people are to be found in the mountains of China, Laos Myanmar (Burma) and northern Thailand
Akha photos from Muang Sing
Angkor Wat architectural
Angkor Wat- treasure of the Ancient Khmer study of the Khmer culture, Angkor Wat
Angkor Wat Cambodia is the homeland of the Khmer. Three periods can be discerned in Khmer history: the pre-Angkor period (before 802), the Angkor period (802-1431) and the post-Angkor period (after 1431)
Buryat history the Buryats are a Mongolian people numbering approximately 252,000, Republic of Buryatia
Cambodia: world monument fund virtual reality photographs of Angkor Wat
Chinese ethnic groups
Emperors of the Sangoku: the "three kingdoms" of India, China & Japan
Harappa the Ancient Indus valley: Harappa, Mohenjodaro and Lothal 500 multimedia pages, Indus valley civilization, Mohenjodaro, Harappa, Sarasvati River, ancient India, ancient Pakistan
HATTI: homeland of the Hittites the Hittites, was one of the most powerful near-eastern empire of the second millennium B.C. The heart of HATTI-land and Hittite power was located in central Anatolia
Hilltribes in Northern Thailand hmong, yao, karen, lisu, lahu, lawa, akha, khamu, thins, mlabri, palong
Huli people of Papua New Guinea
India Timeline - Early India
Indus civilization
Indus Script decoded
Kombai near the border with Papua New Guinea
Korea, Vietnam, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Burma, Tibet, and Mongolia
Mohenjo Daro Moenjodaro was one of the great cities of the Indus Valley civilization that flourished some 4,000 years ago in the valley of the Indus River and lasted for several hundred years
Mongolia: land of Genghis Khan: its people
Mon information home page provides information about the Mon people. There are several million Mon people in Burma and Thailand
Mughal history and the Ottomans Babur, Akbar, Sikhs, Mughal culture
People of the Gobi the Mongolian nomads are often called "Five-animal people" because the nomadic society is based on the five principal animals traditionally herded: horses, camels, cattle, sheep and goats
Periphery of China: Korea, Vietnam, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Burma, Tibet, and Mongolia
Rise and fall of the Indus civilization the Indus civilization flourished between about 2600 and 1800 BC when it collapsed into regional cultures at the Late Harappan stage, Indus dictionary
Secrets of Lost Empires II- China bridge two teams working from opposite sides of a turbulent river attempt to build a 12th-century Chinese bridge
Taiwan aborigines
Taiwan aborigines
Tamil people
Tamil people
Tatar people the name "tata", "Tatars" came in the beginning of Middle Ages from far China where this name referred to one of the Mongolian tribes ...
Wuvulu web site
Yali near the border with Papua New Guinea

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