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The Japanese people (日本人 Nihonjin) are an ethnic group native to Japan. Japanese make up 98.5% of the total population of their country. Worldwide, approximately 130 million people are of Japanese descent; of these, approximately 127 million are residents of Japan. 387 more words

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Taiwanese Language: Indonesian 印尼語也是台灣的語言之一

I was recording some notes in a Starbucks* on Shida Road when two people sat down next to me and, given their proximity in the crowded store, I couldn’t help but eavesdrop on their conversation. 471 more words

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List of Numbers 1-10 of the Austronesian Nations, Legacy of the Great Maritime Trade Routes at the Center of the Earth 

Language is an indicator of the progress of a nation. He is a cultural marker, a landmark of age, and the lifespan of a cultural horizon. 932 more words

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SITUS PERMUKIMAN DAN DESKRIPSI SUKU TERASING TO BUNGGU DI MAMUJU UTARA, SULAWESI BARAT

Bernadeta Apriastuti Kuswarini Wardaninggar

Abstract
This study aimed to verify the relationship between material culture with tribal traditions To Bunggu. With the survey method was found at several sites in the form of fragment of pottery, ceramics, ancient tombs and the former building of the mosque. 139 more words

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New Zealand celestial compass project publicly honors ancestral connection to Taiwan

For thousands of years, Austronesian (南島) navigators (Tohunga) piloted primitive, double-hulled sailing ships called “waka” across vast stretches of the Pacific and Indian Ocean. These highly-trained sailors traveled across hundreds or thousands of kilometers discovering uninhabited islands, creating new colonies, and developing trade networks. 872 more words

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A Preliminary Sketch of Phan Rang Cham The Austronesian Languages of Asia and Madagascar

Graham Thurgood

California State University, Chico .

Edited by K. Alexander Adelaar and Nikolaus Himmelmann. Curzon Press. 1.0

Introduction

The extraordinary French scholar Coedès noted that Cham is the earliest attested Austronesian language. 217 more words

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