The Road to Independence: Malaya’s Battle Against Communism [1948-1960]

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by Asian Geographic Editorial Team The Malayan Emergency Following the establishment of the Federation of Malaya, looming uncertainty befell the Chinese majority, who felt excluded from...

Charcoal: A Healing Wonder from the Ashes

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Article extracted from Asian Geographic Issue 02/2020 (141) The story of charcoal cannot be nailed down to any civilisation, continent or century. A myriad...

The Earth People

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The “earth personality” is nurturing, generous, and caring. Earth People tend to be introverted and are tolerant, honest, trustworthy, diligent and steadfast by nature....

The S.E.A. Write Award Ceremony

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A Prestigious ASEAN Award Presented to the 2016-18 Winners Since 1979, the S.E.A. Write Award, or the Southeast Asian Writers Award, has been presented annually...

Central Asian Markets in Uzbekistan

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By Jan Westad   The Silk Road is the greatest trade route in human history. At its peak, it wound its way 4,000 miles from China...
Hibaku Tree of Hiroshima

Hibaku: The Witness Trees of Hiroshima

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Almost 200 trees survived the direct effects of the Hiroshima atomic blast on August 6, 1945, and are now called hibaku jumoku – the survivor trees.

Asian Geographic Images of Asia Monthly Competition September 2020 Winners and Finalists

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The ASIAN Geographic's Images of Asia (IOA) 2020 photography competition, exhibits the work of photographers from all across Asia. We have received stunning photos...

4 Reasons Why Sustainable Development Goals Should Matter To Businesses

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By Katreena Sarmiento Sustainability has been an increasingly relevant topic of conversation across different spheres. From policy-making to education, health, and even among businesses. As...