The culture history of
Southeast Asia as a whole
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- Restoring the sheen of a glorious past
- By Chompoo Trakullertsathienk, 21 January 1995. Restoration
of the great monuments of Southeast Asian history.
- Islamic politics in region are tolerant
- By Dr Imtiyaz Yusuf, Bangkok Post,
Letter to the Editor, 8 June 1999. Mainstream Islamic
political trends in Southeast Asia represented by Abdul
Rahman Wahid, Amein Rais and Anwar Ibrahim are a far cry
from the Islamic fundamentalist/extremist political tendencies
witnessed in the Middle Eastern Muslim countries. They have
constantly upheld, advocated and worked for the principles of
multi-culturalism, religious pluralism, tolerance and moderation,
representing the Southeast Asian face of Islamic politics.
- The Thai-Lao/Isan vs. Lao languages
- A dialog from the Southeast Asia discussion list, August 2000.
Concerning the history of Laos-Thailand and its effect on
linguistic development and cultural identity.
- Jakarta to help curb deviant groups
- The Straits Times, 3 November 2000.
Malaysia as source of unorthodox Islam (brief).