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    • 1.

      The Origins of Buddhism

      by James Mclean Bowie - 2006-11-25
      Buddhism as a religious tradition started during the life of Buddha who was known as Siddhartha Gautama, also known as Shakyamuni.Buddha was born in India around the end of the sixth century.The teach...
    • 2.

      Things To See In Malaysia

      by Richard Chapo - 2006-11-30
      If you are planning on taking a vacation in the near future, I recommend that you travel to Malaysia. Malaysia is a beautiful place to really enjoy yourself. There are plenty of places that you can vi...
    • 3.

      Fame and Racism in Thailand

      by Matt Crook - 2006-12-02
      "I think it has stemmed from a history of class comparisons, where the wealthy upper classes had fair skin from lounging around their mansions, and the working classes had darker skin from working out...
    • 4.

      Asian Residential Property Buyers Beware!

      by Prince Cruz - 2006-12-05
      Asia's real estate markets seem, on the surface, to have recovered from the Asian crisis and to be back on their feet. Robust price and rental rises are reported in the media. Real estate developers a...
    • 5.

      The Myanmar (Burma) Water Festival (Thingyan)

      by Kevin Hellon - 2006-12-10
      Burma or Myanmar to give the country its official title celebrates the Myanmar New Year in the second week of April each year. The festival is called Thingyan but has become more widely known as the W...
    • 6.

      Vacation in Hanoi, Vietnam

      by Kevin Hellon - 2006-12-11
      Like many cities, Hanoi was built on the banks of river and in Hanoi's case this is the extremely wide Red River, The old town is built on the west bank but the city has now spread eastwards across th...
    • 7.

      Real Estate Property Investment Series: Focus Malaysia 2007

      by Rhiannon Williamson - 2006-12-18
      The consensus of property professional opinion relating to Malaysia seems to have been epitomised by CapitaLand's commitment to the property market when it joined forces with Malaysia's leading lender...
    • 8.

      Holiday Madness in Sihanoukville Cambodia

      by Fred Tittle - 2006-12-19
      As the holiday season blooms Sihanoukville has become a mad house. Hotels and guesthouses are mostly full and we are still a week away from the main vacation holiday rush that is sure to come. For the...
    • 9.

      A Guide to Edo Furnishings

      by Stephan Teak - 2006-12-20
      Edo furnishings gets their name from a period of classical Japanese culture that flourished in the area of Kyoto, the ancient capital of Japan between 1500 and 1780 AD. Kyoto was a beautiful city with...
    • 10.

      Experience Unique Thai Culture in Bangkok

      by James Bukovsky - 2006-12-21
      Thai Culture in BangkokThailand is a country with a long and rich history. Thailand is also one of those countries which have many traditions which modern times fortunately have not affected. Thailand...