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Corpus of a Siam Mosquito

By: Steven David Justin Sills

...their grip on the clothes. There was a panoramic view of Thailand-rural, Khmer and Burmese individuals smiling in the northern regions and stolid Mo... ...to remember. After an uneventful attempt at conversations in two different languages to which neither party could understand the other one, the foreig... ...was so much older than he was, he wanted to really learn the international language, and although he did not really have sexual feelings he would have... ...In a bathroom at a KFC he looked at his face. It was of a dark Laotian or Khmer. He was from a family with the last name of Biadklang from the North... ...he border. She had a student visa since she was technically enrolled in a language school (although she rarely attended) so it wasn't in fear of her ... ...eat on his locked studio door and screamed to it that she was going to her language class. She hadn't been there but once following her enrollment. ... ...mportant things we create us. Where's Porn at now?" "She went to her language class." "Oh, is she now trying to learn Thai?" He laughe...

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Understanding Southeast Asia : Syncretism in Commonalities

By: Dr. LINDSAY FALVEY

...Includes an opening summary page in all major regional languages (English, Bahasa Indonesia, Bahasa Malaysia, Burmese, Filipino, Khmer, Lao, Thai Vietnamese and Chinese. Beginning with the common origins of Southeast Asia’s peoples and languages, their shared heritage is empha...

...Summary Overview: in English v in Bahasa Indonesia vi in Bahasa Malaysia vii in Burmese viii in Filipino x in Khmer xi in Lao xii in Thai xiv in Vietnamese xvi in Chinese xvii if you would know me … xviii Author’s Note xix Chapters 1. One Common Region 1 2. Defining S...

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The World Factbook: 1987

By: Central Intelligence Agency

...n, Baluch, and others Religion: 74% Sunni Muslim, 25% Shi'a Muslim, 1% other Language: 50% Pashtu, 35% Afghan Persian (Dari), 11% Turkic languages (pr... ... (Dari), 11% Turkic languages (primarily Uzbek and Turkmen), 4% thirty minor languages (primarily Baluchi and Pashai); much bilingualism Life expectan... ... religious affiliation 70% Muslim, 20% Albanian Orthodox, 10% Roman Catholic Language: Albanian (Tosk is official dia- lect), Greek Infant mortality r... ...opean Religion: 99% Sunni Muslim (state reli- gion); 1% Christian and Jewish Language: Arabic (official), French, Berber dialects Infant mortality rat... ... Nationality: noun Cambodian(s); adjec- tive Cambodian Ethnic divisions: 90% Khmer (Cambo- dian), 5% Chinese, 5% other minorities Religion: 95% Therav... ...se, 5% other minorities Religion: 95% Theravada Buddhism, 5% other Language: Khmer (official), French Life expectancy: men 42, women 44.9 Literacy: 48... ...three resistance groups, including Democratic Kampuchea under Khieu Samphan, Khmer People's National Liber- ation Front (KPNLF) under Son Sann, and Na... ...d Forces; resistance forces are the National Army of Demo- cratic Kampuchea (Khmer Rouge), Khmer People's National Liberation Armed Forces, and Sihano... ...minantly Vietnamese; 3% Chinese; ethnic minorities include Muong, Thai, Meo, Khmer, Man, Cham; other mountain tribes Religion: Buddhist, Confucian, Ta...

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Terrorists and Freedom Fighters

By: Sam Vaknin

...ase their claims on history - real or hastily concocted, on a common heritage, on a language shared by the members of the group and, most important... ... to a Christian administration of the region and by permitting education in foreign languages, by foreign powers in foreign-run and owned schools. ... ...donian National Program" demanded a recognition of a Macedonian nation with its own language and culture. They stopped short of insisting on an inde... ...y Macedonian owners. The Serb authorities coerced the population to speak the Serb language, changed Macedonian names to Serb ones in brutally carr... ...Unable to ignore the common ethnic roots of both Serbs and Croats - one tribe, one language - the Croats chose to believe in a vast conspiracy impo... ... fear is inflicted - in Stalinist Russia, the Arab Middle East, Sudanese Darfur or Khmer Rouge Cambodia, the consequences are equally devastating. ...

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Laws of Destiny Never Disappear : Culture of Thailand in the Postlocal World

By: Matti Sarmela

...the many thousands of human forms of living, village landscapes, different languages and dialects, different folk music, the whole diversity of local ... ... weddings - village funerals - housewarming parties Local identity - local language (dialect) - local concepts, cognitions and categories Folklore sup... ... cultural services Meritocracy - organizational integration and identity - language of technosystems, official national language - political world vie... ...shared audio-visual world of experiences and symbols Universal man - world language - global concepts and categories - universal utopias of the future... ...ed from local dialect into Thai by and the 1997-1998 material by from Thai language into Finnish. The 1999 material was translated into Finnish by . F... ...at the end of the 13th century, and including also the local centre of Mon-Khmers, Haripunjaya, or present Lamphun.As its capital, he founded Chiang M...

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And Gulliver Returns Book IV : A Look at Our Human Values

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

...re Greek writing was developed. While it may have been written in another language, it wasn‘t written in Greek for another 400 years. So we might que... ...essful business, completing a difficult course of study, learning another language, or perfecting a golf swing are all examples of rewards won by tho... ...If, as a Muslim, I accept the belief in the same God, which in the Arabic language is Allah, and the sanctity of the first born son of Abraham, Ishma... ...andeth‘? I often wondered why 21 st Century preachers use 17 th Century language when preaching then revert to modern language in conversation.‖ ... ...n. It is strange that as many times as the Bible has been translated from language to language, that the English language of a few hundred years ago... ... of the 20th century it was society based: Marxism-Leninism, Naziism, the Khmer Rouge, and the problems in Sri Lanka. Northern Ireland‘s Catholic ve...

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The Path of Splitness

By: Indrek Pringi

... Dynamic of Human Awareness Pg 165 The Imbalance of Human Awareness Pg 167 Language Pg 168 Time Awareness Pg 173 The Power of Mobility Pg 17... ... Western Society Pg 903 The Consumer Dynamic Pg 915 The Destruction of All Language Pg 916 Consumers and Honesty Pg 919 Brainwashing Pg 935 ... ...38 Entropy and Energy Pg 1141 The Triality of a Balance Existence Pg 1142 Language with Feelings Pg 1143 The Idea of Civilized Equality Pg 119... ...e all colored and influenced by, or have their origin in the subconscious. Language The Hominid path of evolution was a path of imbalanced spli... ...ially and pyramidally. The most obvious human characteristic of this is human language. What is human language? It is the separation of sounds ... ...ead and murdered: like they did in the killing fields of Cambodia. Where the Khmer Rouge went on a systematic genocide of their own people. The Ca... ...teriously. Nobody knows why or how. Connect the subconscious meaning of the Khmer Rouge of Cambodia to the subconscious meaning of Angkor Wat. A ...

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