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Bulletin of the World Health Organization : 2003; Volume 81, Number 6, Year 2003 81 (6), Pages 439-443: Health Impact Assessment Needs in South-East Asian Countries

By: Deoraj Caussy
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Determinants of Eu Antidumping Actions Against East Asian Countries

By: Zhou; W.; Cuyvers; L.; Zhou; W.; Cuyvers; L.;

...Determinants of Eu Antidumping Actions Against East Asian Countries by Zhou; W.; Cuyvers; L.; Zhou; W.; Cuyvers; L.; published by on 2015-12-23T00:09:09.999998Z...

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Regional Forum on Environment and Health in Southeast and East Asian Countries

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...The Regional Forum on Environment and Health in Southeast and East Asian Countries is a global framework for action provided by Agenda 21... ...The Regional Forum on Environment and Health in Southeast and East Asian Countries is a global framework for action provided by Agenda 21 of t... ...The Regional Forum on Environment and Health in Southeast and East Asian Countries is a global framework for action provided by Agenda 21 of the 199... ... Taking note of the various efforts being undertaken by various countries at the national and regional levels, T... ... The ministers responsible for the environment and health of the Southeast Asian countries of Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao People’s Democratic Rep... ...inisters responsible for the environment and health of the Southeast Asian countries of Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao People’s Democratic Republic,... ... Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Viet Nam, and the East Asian countries of China, Japan, Mongolia and the Republic of Korea, m... ...ysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Viet Nam, and the East Asian countries of China, Japan, Mongolia and the Republic of Korea, meetin... ...countries and among themselves by increasing the capacity of Southeast and East Asian countries in environmental-health management. It aims to strengt...

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South-East Asia Series : Year 1994-99, South-East Asia Region ; Nutrition, Issue 135: Situational Analysis of Iron Deficiency Anemia in South-East Asian Countries ; A Regional Overview Report Prepared for an Intercountry Workshop Salaya, Thailand, 11-15 December 1995

By: World Health Organization

...emia, especially due to iron deficiency is a major public health problcm affecting about 2150 million people, over 90% of whom live in the developing countries. The South-East Asian countries are marked by a very high prevalence of anaemia; over 50% in the vulnerable groups constituted by pregnant women, young preschool children and women of reproductive age group. Althoug...

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Trade and Growth in East Asian Countries: Cause and Effect?

By: Frankel; Jeffrey A.; Romer; David; Cyrus; Teresa;

Trade and Growth in East Asian Countries: Cause and Effect? by Frankel; Jeffrey A.; Romer; David; Cyrus; Teresa; published by on 2016-03-24T18:24:50Z

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East Asian Games

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...n Games The East Asian Games Association logo ... ...es The East Asian Games Association logo ... ... 6–15 October 2013 Tianjin, China The East Asian Games is a East Asian Games Association (EAGA) and held every fo... ... October 2013 Tianjin, China The East Asian Games is a East Asian Games Association (EAGA) and held every four ye... ...ssociation (EAGA) and held every four years since 1993 among athletes from East Asian countries and territories of the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA), ... ...ation (EAGA) and held every four years since 1993 among athletes from East Asian countries and territories of the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA), as we... ...(EAGA) and held every four years since 1993 among athletes from East Asian countries and territories of the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA), as well as ... ... Former countries ...

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Buddhism Arts of Thailand

By: Charuwan Chareonla

...Dr. Upendra Thakur, Professor & Head of the Department of Ancient Indian & Asian Studies, Magadh University, who kindly allowed me to take up this the... ...atitude to Dr. P. C. Roy, the Reader of the Department of Ancient Indian & Asian Studies, Magadh University, who is my supervisor, and whose advice an... ...on Thailand — Its Location and People Siam or Thailand is one of the South-East Asian coun- tries, which is situated right in the middle of the Indo- ... ...ailand — Its Location and People Siam or Thailand is one of the South-East Asian coun- tries, which is situated right in the middle of the Indo- Chine... ...rth of Thailand are China and Laos, the latter being adjacent to the north-east frontier. It is separated from Thailand by two sections of the Mekong ... ...ekong River. On the west and north-west, it is bounded by Burma and on the east by Cambodia and Vietnam. On the south-east it is surrounded by Cam- bo... ... Buddhism and the cultural and artistic relationship with India, and other countries. The Thais are lovers and observers of nature, amiable, mirthful ... ...on and The Development of Buddhism in Thailand Thailand is one of the few countries where Buddhism still flourishes and exists as a living force. His... ...re the Indians landed by sea-route before proceed- ing to the neighbouring countries. There is every likeli- hood that the traders who went by sea fir...

Excerpt: Siam or Thailand is one of the South-East Asian countries, which is situated right in the Indo-Chineses Peninsula.

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Trade and Growth in East Asian Countries: Cause and Effect?

By: Frankel; Jeffrey A.; Romer; David; Cyrus; Teresa;

Trade and Growth in East Asian Countries: Cause and Effect? by Frankel; Jeffrey A.; Romer; David; Cyrus; Teresa; published by on 2016-03-24T18:24:50Z

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East Asian Buddhism

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... Buddha) at Seiryū-ji, Aomori, Japan. East Asian Buddhism is a collective term for the schools of Mahayana Buddhi... ...ha) at Seiryū-ji, Aomori, Japan. East Asian Buddhism is a collective term for the schools of Mahayana Buddhism th... ...collective term for the schools of Mahayana Buddhism that developed in the East Asian region and follow the Chinese Buddhist canon. These include the ... ...ctive term for the schools of Mahayana Buddhism that developed in the East Asian region and follow the Chinese Buddhist canon. These include the bodie... ...er half of world's Buddhists.[1][2] Major "schools" of East Asian Buddhism include Pure Land Buddhism, Tiantai, Huayen, and Chan B... ...lf of world's Buddhists.[1][2] Major "schools" of East Asian Buddhism include Pure Land Buddhism, Tiantai, Huayen, and Chan Buddhi... ... Countries ... ... Western countries ...

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World Health Organization Drug Information : Volume 7, No. 4, Year 1993, Pages 161-162: General Policy Topics

By: World Health Organization

...The high frequency of oral cancer in south-east Asian countries, which has been well documented ( I - ; I ) , makes it aseriouspuhlic health problem in this region....

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Thrombophilia in East Asian Countries: Are There Any Genetic Differences in These Countries?

By: Miyata; Toshiyuki; Maruyama; Keiko; Banno; Fumiaki; Neki; Reiko;

...Thrombophilia in East Asian Countries: Are There Any Genetic Differences in These Countries? by Miyata; Toshiyuki; Maruyama; Keiko; Banno; Fumiaki; Neki; Reiko; published by Biomed Central Ltd. on 2016-10-04...

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East Asian Monsoon

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...nal flow that carries moist air from the Indian Ocean and Pacific Ocean to East Asia. It affects approximately one-third of the global population, inf... ...uch of mainland China. It is driven by temperature differences between the Asian continent and the Pacific Ocean. The East Asian monsoon is divided in... ...erature differences between the Asian continent and the Pacific Ocean. The East Asian monsoon is divided into a warm and wet summer monsoon and a cold... ...ecipitation occurs over southern China and Taiwan. The East Asian monsoon is known as jangma (장마) in Korea. In Japan the monsoon b... ...tation occurs over southern China and Taiwan. The East Asian monsoon is known as jangma (장마) in Korea. In Japan the monsoon bounda... ... or higher. See also East Asian rainy season List of Korea-related topics ... ... Former countries ...

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Historical : Official Records, Constitution: Constitution of the World Health Organization

By: World Health Organization

...alciparum to the 4- arninoquinolines, which was first reported in Burma in 1969, is now widespread throughout that country ( I ) , and in other south-east Asian countries. Resistance to other antimalarials (such as pyrimethamine, proguanil and quinine) has also been reported in a few patients in Burma. The incidence of an RI type of response to sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine is...

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Thrombophilia in East Asian countries: are there any genetic differences in these countries?

By: Banno; Fumiaki; Neki; Reiko; Miyata; Toshiyuki; Maruyama; Keiko;

...Thrombophilia in East Asian countries: are there any genetic differences in these countries? by Banno; Fumiaki; Neki; Reiko; Miyata; Toshiyuki; Maruyama; Keiko; published by BioMed Central Ltd. on 2016-10-04...

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East Asian Community

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...East Asian Community (EAC) is a proposed trade bloc for the East Asia countries that may arise out of either ASEAN Plus Three or the Ea... ...East Asian Community (EAC) is a proposed trade bloc for the East Asia countries that may arise out of either ASEAN Plus Three or the East Asia Su... ... 4 The nature of the East Asia Community 4.1 Economic ... ...e EAS The idea of establishing a trade community within East Asia has had a long history.[1] Beginning in the 1940s, Japanese occup... ...by the creation of an Greater East Asia Co-prosperity Sphere consisting of Asian nations. This idea was unsuccessful as it largely existed as an ideol... ... instigated the Pacific theatre of World War II. However, the intention of Asian integration did not end following the Japanese defeat. ... ...wing the Japanese defeat. The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) was formed on 8 August 1967 by the Philippines, Malay... ...strategic interactions and the belief to continue to engage all interested countries and organisations towards the realisation of an open regional arc... ...or a regional trade grouping.[17] This proposal was based on the 16 member countries of the East Asia Summit.[18] The subsequent A...

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World Health Organization : World Health Forum, 1989 ; Volume 10 No. 2, Year 1989, Pages 243-246: Management of Birth Asphyxia by Traditional Birth Attendants

By: Neena Raina

...ty, particularly where delivery is conducted under suboptimal conditions by untrained or unskilled birth attendants. Community-based studies in south-east Asian countries have shown that birth asphyxia accounts for a considerable proportion of perinatal mortality (1-4). In India the perinatal mortality rate is in the range 60-109/1000 births, and 20-40% of these deaths are...

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The Revisit of Real Exchange Rates---the Case of East Asian Countries

By: Chi; Chia;

The Revisit of Real Exchange Rates---the Case of East Asian Countries by Chi; Chia; published by National Sun Yat-Sen University on 2005-01-31

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East Asian literature

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... East Asian literature refers to the literature of East Asia, including: Chinese l... ... Asian literature ... ... Chinese East Timor (Timor-Leste) ... ... Countries and territories ... ... East Asia ... ... Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) ... ... South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) ... ... Countries by GDP (PPP) ... ... Countries by HDI ...

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Pursuing U.S. Objectives in Asia and the Pacific

By: Richard H. Solomon

...Excerpt: Mr. Chairman, members of the committee, I am pleased to have this opportunity to discuss my recent trip to several East Asian countries and the range of issues which I pursued related to advancing American interests in the region. During my trip earlier this month [March], I visited Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, the Republic of Korea...

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Product Interface Design for South-East Asian Countries : Industrial Design Context

By: Pookapun; Savit;

...Product Interface Design for South-East Asian Countries : Industrial Design Context by Pookapun; Savit; published by Queensland University of Technology on 2015-10-30T06:54:13Z...

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East Asian cinema

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...East Asian cinema is cinema produced in East Asia or produced by people from this region. It is part of Asian cinem... ...roduced in East Asia or produced by people from this region. It is part of Asian cinema, which in turn is part of world cinema. World cinema is used i... ... The most significant film industries categorizable as East Asian cinema are the industries of China, Hong Kong and Japan, Taiwan ... ... The most significant film industries categorizable as East Asian cinema are the industries of China, Hong Kong and Japan, Taiwan and S... ...he industries of China, Hong Kong and Japan, Taiwan and South Korea. Other countries include Mongolia, Vietnam, Singapore, North Korea and Macau. The ... ...ongolia, Vietnam, Singapore, North Korea and Macau. The largest markets in East Asia are China, Japan and South Korea.[1] The term... ...n and South Korea.[1] The terms 'Far Eastern cinema', 'Asian cinema', 'Eastern cinema' or 'Oriental cinema' are sometimes used syn... ...n from Hollywood cinema; while Hollywood films were screened in East Asian countries, they were less popular than home-grown fare with local audiences... ... Former countries ...

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Report on the Ministerial Roundtable Beyond the Asian Crisis: Sustainable Agricultural Development and Poverty Alleviation in the Next Millennium

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

... FAO/RAP Publication 1999/31 Report on the Ministerial Roundtable Beyond the Asian Crisis: Sustainable Agricultural Development and Poverty Alleviatio... ...erage 11 B. Technical Policy Workshop Thailand and Mekong River Basin Countries: Prospects and Challenges of Asian Agriculture in the 21 st Ce... ...kshop Thailand and Mekong River Basin Countries: Prospects and Challenges of Asian Agriculture in the 21 st Century, Experience and Perspectives of T... ... Century, Experience and Perspectives of Thailand and the Mekong River Basin Countries By Dr. Nipon Poapongsakorn, Vice President, Thailand Developmen... ...n: Recent Developments, Agricultural Growth, Policy Issues and Impact of the Asian Crisis By Dr. Feng Lu, Associate Professor in Economics, China Cent... ...but the destruction it has wrought on the economic and social fabric of most East Asian countries will take some years to repair. The speed of restora... ...truction it has wrought on the economic and social fabric of most East Asian countries will take some years to repair. The speed of restoration will d... ...s studies, reports and commentaries have appeared (and reappeared) since the East Asian financial crisis erupted in mid-1997 offering diagnoses on the... ...e intensified in developed and developing countries alike, especially as the East Asian economies that openly welcomed globalisation were the first to...

...Excerpt: The Asian financial and economic crisis may have ebbed, but the destruction it has wrought on the economic and social fabric of most East Asian countries will take some years to repair. The speed of restoration will depend on the...

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Newborn care in three selected South East Asian countries: a comprehensive needs assessment

By: Kerstens; Reyes; B; Phommachanh; K; Diaz; M; Rodriques; Zaka; N; Fardhdiani; V; Duysburgh; Els; KA;

...Newborn care in three selected South East Asian countries: a comprehensive needs assessment by Kerstens; Reyes; B; Phommachanh; K; Diaz; M; Rodriques; Zaka; N; Fardhdiani; V; Duysburgh; Els; KA; published by on 2013-12-03T11:05:02Z...

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East Asian Jews

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...Jewish people settled in the Holy Land, Europe, and America, some traveled East Asia and settled. Today, due to the increasing ease and decreasing pri... ... 1 Geography and cultural borders of East Asia 2 China ... ...lso Geography and cultural borders of East Asia Geographic Ea... ...ishing a diverse community consisting of 50 families (from various Western countries) as well as the building of the first synagogue in Japan. ... ... of Jewish families in Kobe. A small number of Jewish expatriates of other countries live throughout Japan, temporarily, for business, research, a gap... ... Jewish Autonomous Oblast List of Asian Jews Categories Articles... ... All articles lacking sources East Asian Jews East Asian Jewis... ...ishing a diverse community consisting of 50 families (from various Western countries) as well as the building of the first synagogue in Japan. ... ... Jewish Autonomous Oblast List of Asian Jews Categories Articles...

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World Health Organization : Year 1993 ; World Health Organization, Community Water Supply, No. 93.8: New Directions for Hygiene and Sanitation Promotion the Findings of a Regional Informal Consultation

By: P. K. Sivanandan

...The majority of the estimated 1300 million people in the South-East Asia Region are without sanitation. Projections suggest that by the year 2030,3400 million people will be without sanitation. The majority will be in South-East Asia. Given this serious situation, a consultation on hygie...

...CONTENTS I 1. The purpose of the consultation 1 2. Conclusions and recommendations 2 3. Current sanitation promotion in South-East Asian countries 3.1 Regional overview 3 3.2 Key sanitation issues in South-East Asian countries 4 4. A new framework for hygiene and sanitation promotion 4.1 A new objective 8 4.2 Elements of a new strategy 8 4.3 Actions...

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Newborn Care in Three Selected South East Asian Countries: a Comprehensive Needs Assessment

By: Duysburgh; Els; Kerstens; B; Diaz; M; Fardhdiani; V; Reyes; Ka; Phommachanh; K; Rodriques; Zaka; N; Duysburgh; Els; Kerstens; B; Diaz; M; Fardhdiani; V; Reyes; Ka; Phommachanh; K; Rodriques; Zaka; N;

...Newborn Care in Three Selected South East Asian Countries: a Comprehensive Needs Assessment by Duysburgh; Els; Kerstens; B; Diaz; M; Fardhdiani; V; Reyes; Ka; Phommachanh; K; Rodriques; Zaka; N; Duysburgh; Els; Kerstens; B; Diaz; M; Fardhdiani; V; Reyes; Ka; Pho...

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East Asian languages

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...ne structure. In the first millennium AD, Chinese culture came to dominate east Asia. Literary Chinese was adopted by scholars in Vietnam, Korea and J... ...uage families The languages of Southeast Asia and East Asia belong to several language families. The Aust... ...many other languages spoken in areas scattered as far afield as Malaya and eastern India, often in isolated pockets surrounded by the ranges of other ... ... spoken in Tibet, southwest China, northeast India, Burma and neighbouring countries. To the north are the Turkic, Mongolic and Tu... ...ced information is an alternative to articles, which are not found in East Asian languages. The Topic–comment sentence structure is a legacy of Classi... ...e is a legacy of Classical Chinese influence on the grammar of modern East Asian languages. In Classical Chinese, the focus of the phrase (i.e. the to... ...it East Asian Community ... ... Former countries ...

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South-East Asia Series : Year 2000, South-East Asia Region ; Development of Health Service, Issue 231: Negotiation Process for Health Resource Mobilization

By: R. Renganath

...BACKGROUND Shortage of resources continues to be a major constraint for the countries of the South East Asia Region in their pursuit of national health development goals. The recent economic crisis in many of the South-East Asian countries and the depleting international assistance have further compo...

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Newborn Care in Three Selected South East Asian Countries: a Comprehensive Needs Assessment

By: Duysburgh; Els; Kerstens; B; Diaz; M; Fardhdiani; V; Reyes; Ka; Phommachanh; K; Rodriques; Zaka; N; Duysburgh; Els; Kerstens; B; Diaz; M; Fardhdiani; V; Reyes; Ka; Phommachanh; K; Rodriques; Zaka; N;

...Newborn Care in Three Selected South East Asian Countries: a Comprehensive Needs Assessment by Duysburgh; Els; Kerstens; B; Diaz; M; Fardhdiani; V; Reyes; Ka; Phommachanh; K; Rodriques; Zaka; N; Duysburgh; Els; Kerstens; B; Diaz; M; Fardhdiani; V; Reyes; Ka; Pho...

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East Asian religions

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... In the study of comparative religion, the East Asian religions (also known as Far Eastern religions or Taoic religion... ... In the study of comparative religion, the East Asian religions (also known as Far Eastern religions or Taoic religions) fo... ...so known as Far Eastern religions or Taoic religions) form a subset of the Eastern religions. This group includes Confucianism, Shinto, Taoism, and el... ... These traditions or religious philosophies focus on the East Asian concept of Tao 道 ("The Way"; pinyin dào, Korean do, Japanese tō ... ... These traditions or religious philosophies focus on the East Asian concept of Tao 道 ("The Way"; pinyin dào, Korean do, Japanese tō or dō... ... Japanese tō or dō, Vietnamese đạo). The place of East Asian religions among major religious groups is comparable to the Abrahamic... ...st Asian religions are dominant in China, Japan, Korea, Vietnam, and other countries within the East Asian cultural sphere. Early ... ...st Asian religions are dominant in China, Japan, Korea, Vietnam, and other countries within the East Asian cultural sphere. Early ...

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World Health Organization : Organisation Mondiale de la Sante ; Year 1984, South-East Asia Region ; Rehabilitation Meeting, Issue 8: Review of the Activities Undertaken and Proposed by the Government of India Vis-A-Vis the Objectives of the Seminar

By: W. G. Rama Rao

...In 1850, the U. N. experts of Handicapped children for ln India : South East Asian countries met at Jameshedpur (Bihar) under the Presiaentship of Dr. Jivaraj N. Mehta. They Ueliberated and resolved that the United Nations should start a pilot project in the S. E. Asian Region for training person...

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The Contribution of East Asian Countries to Internationally Published Asian Higher Education Research: the Role of System Development and Internationalization

By: Jisun Jung; Hugo Horta;

...The Contribution of East Asian Countries to Internationally Published Asian Higher Education Research: the Role of System Development and Internationalization by Jisun Jung; Hugo Horta; published by Palgrave MacMillan on 2015-11-05...

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East Asian Mādhyamaka

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... East Asian Mādhyamaka refers to the Buddhist traditions in East Asia which ... ... East Asian Mādhyamaka refers to the Buddhist traditions in East Asia which repre... ... Countries ... ... Middle East ... ... Western countries ... ...Jainism East Asian religions ... ...sm East Asian religions ...

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Non Tsetse-Transmitted Trypanosomoses

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

...throughout the Sahel region of Africa, in North Africa, most Near and Far East Asian countries (including southern Siberia, China and Indonesia) and ... ...ghout the Sahel region of Africa, in North Africa, most Near and Far East Asian countries (including southern Siberia, China and Indonesia) and many ... ...the Sahel region of Africa, in North Africa, most Near and Far East Asian countries (including southern Siberia, China and Indonesia) and many countr... ... donkeys) and for dogs. It is also of considerable economic importance in Asian (domestic) buffalo, and to a less extent in some countries in cattle... ...nomic importance in Asian (domestic) buffalo, and to a less extent in some countries in cattle as well. Many other host species, wild as well as dome... ...f Indian origin, now generally accepted, but in Africa and Latin American countries there are various other names (see below). The disease in camels...

...e the tsetse regions of sub-Saharan Africa and is at present known to occur throughout the Sahel region of Africa, in North Africa, most Near and Far East Asian countries (including southern Siberia, China and Indonesia) and many countries in Latin America, from Argentina in the south to at least Venezuela and Colombia in the north. The situation in central America is not ...

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The Impacts on East Asian Countries by International Capital Flows:the Case of East Asian Financial Crisis

By: Chen; Chien-Chang;

...The Impacts on East Asian Countries by International Capital Flows:the Case of East Asian Financial Crisis by Chen; Chien-Chang; published by National Sun Yat-Sen University on 2001-06-20...

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2005 East Asian Games

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... Uma Nova Era para o Oriente Juntos: Vamos Todos Participar New East New Era, Let's All Join The Games ... ... Estádio Campo Desportivo The 4th East Asian Games was an international multi-sport event for countries in Ea... ...Estádio Campo Desportivo The 4th East Asian Games was an international multi-sport event for countries in East As... ... The 4th East Asian Games was an international multi-sport event for countries in East Asia which was held in Macau, China from October 29 to No... ...ak Pak the squirrel as the official mascot The 2005 East Asian Games featured events in 17 sports, which was a new high for the... ...k the squirrel as the official mascot The 2005 East Asian Games featured events in 17 sports, which was a new high for the comp... ... East Asian Games ... ... The 4th East Asian Games was an international multi-sport event for countries in East Asia which was held in Macau, China from October 29 to No...

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World Health Organization, Weekly Epidemiological Record, Year 1987 ; Weekly Epidemiological Record, Year 1987, 62Nd Year, Pages 21-28, (N.C.B. Section, 5): Weekly Epidemiological Record Releve Epidemiologique Hebdomadaire

By: World Health Organization

...orthern and Western Europe during the period January-March. The most important epidemics, however, were caused by influenza B viruses and occurred in Eastern Europe and the United States of America dunng January, February and March. In some countries. influenza AIH3N21 also nlaveda rolem SrmacauVrmaaquc&rtponvprIC*r T& 28 150 G&VC sun & ZCZC a FRAN pour unc dponu cn W the ...

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An Analysis of Trade Structure, Comparative Advantage and Complementarity of Agricultural Products Between China and the Main East Asian Countries

By: Wang; Ling;

...An Analysis of Trade Structure, Comparative Advantage and Complementarity of Agricultural Products Between China and the Main East Asian Countries by Wang; Ling; published by on 2015-07-30T02:13:36Z...

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East Asian Judo Championships

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...East Asian Judo Championships is the Judo East Asian Championship organized by the Judo Union of Asia. ... ...East Asian Judo Championships is the Judo East Asian Championship organized by the Judo Union of Asia. ... ...ament began in 2006 and was held every years, except in the years when the East Asian Games have been held. ... ... began in 2006 and was held every years, except in the years when the East Asian Games have been held. Conte... ...ntry Venue # Countries # Athletes ... ...s Judo Union of Asia East Asian Games Gochang - Event East Asian Games ... ... Judo Union of Asia East Asian Games Gochang - Event East Asian Games 2013,... ... Former countries ... ...ntry Venue # Countries # Athletes ...

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World Health Organization, Weekly Epidemiological Record, Year 1982 ; Weekly Epidemiological Record, Year 1982, 57Th Year, Pages 329-336, (N.C.B. Section, 43): Weekly Epidemiological Record Releve Epidemiologique Hebdomadaire

By: World Health Organization

...d 1975- 1980 being less than four per year. Pracbcally all of these cases have been contracted abrmd among children below one year of age coming from East Asian countries...

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The Relation Between Capital Structure and Profitability : an Empirical Analysis of Non-Financial Listed Firms in the Emerging East Asian Countries

By: Chananan Temaismithi.;

...The Relation Between Capital Structure and Profitability : an Empirical Analysis of Non-Financial Listed Firms in the Emerging East Asian Countries by Chananan Temaismithi.; published by Thammasat University on 2015-01-14...

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2009 East Asian Games

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...tural Centre (Opening) The 2009 East Asian Games, officially known as the V East Asian Games, was an intern... ... Centre (Opening) The 2009 East Asian Games, officially known as the V East Asian Games, was an internation... ... between 5 December and 13 December 2009. A total of 2,377 athletes from 9 East Asian national competed in 262 events in 22 sports.[1] It was the bigg... ...een 5 December and 13 December 2009. A total of 2,377 athletes from 9 East Asian national competed in 262 events in 22 sports.[1] It was the biggest s... ... Mongolia entered the bidding process as potential host cities for the 5th East Asian games.[2] Mongolia subsequently withdrew. On 3 November 2003 at ... ...olia entered the bidding process as potential host cities for the 5th East Asian games.[2] Mongolia subsequently withdrew. On 3 November 2003 at a mee... ... Games planning committee Timothy Fok and heads of delegations of the nine countries. The countdown clock is based on the Mascot "Dony". The Cantonese... ...s featuring 60,000 pots of themed flower. Around 200 organizations from 20 countries participated in the show.[12] The new Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground... ...cipation Flags of nine countries and EAG in Hong Kong Park Olympic Square A...

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Bulletin of the World Health Organization : 1974; Volume 51; Volume 51, Number 5, Year 1974 51 (5), Pages 467-471: Factors Influencing the Level of Dapsone in Blood

By: Bernardo Beiguelman

...been less well studied but most reports record this species as breeding primarily in natural habitats such as tree holes and bamboo stumns. In South- East Asian countries, th~sp ecies is also known to be well established in artificial containers such as jars, tin cans. and bottles in and around human dwellines. For the control or eradication of Ae. aexypti and Ae. albopic...

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An Examination of Communication Across Cultures in News Media and at Informal/Personal Levels : with Concentration on Relations Among Two South East Asian Countries and Australia and Those Two Countries and Germany

By: Klaussner; Miriam;

...An Examination of Communication Across Cultures in News Media and at Informal/Personal Levels : with Concentration on Relations Among Two South East Asian Countries and Australia and Those Two Countries and Germany by Klaussner; Miriam; published by Queensland University of Technology on 2016-05-24T05:31:23Z...

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Weatherhead East Asian Institute

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...d States and abroad. Its mission is to train new generations of experts on East Asian topics in the humanities, social sciences, and the professions a... ...tes and abroad. Its mission is to train new generations of experts on East Asian topics in the humanities, social sciences, and the professions and to... ...ties, social sciences, and the professions and to enhance understanding of East Asia in the wider community.[1] Since its establishment in 1949 as the... ...ast Asia in the wider community.[1] Since its establishment in 1949 as the East Asian Institute, the WEAI has been the center for modern and contempor... ...sia in the wider community.[1] Since its establishment in 1949 as the East Asian Institute, the WEAI has been the center for modern and contemporary E... ...an, Hong Kong, Korea, Mongolia (Inner Asia), Tibet, and, increasingly, the countries of Southeast Asia. The importance of the Weat... ...Southeast Asia. The importance of the Weatherhead East Asian Institute (WEAI) and East Asian Studies at Columbia has been recogniz... ...an, Hong Kong, Korea, Mongolia (Inner Asia), Tibet, and, increasingly, the countries of Southeast Asia. The importance of the Weat...

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South-East Asia Series : Year 2001, South-East Asia Region ; Filariasis, Issue 28: Regional Strategic Plan for Elimination of Lymphatic Filariasis (2000-2004

By: World Health Organization

...s (LF) or elephantiasis is the most debilitating and L d .sfgurinsgc ourge among all diseases. It is one of the major public health problems in South-East Asia. Eight out of the ten countries in the Region are known to be endemic for Filariasis. The infection is caused by helminthic worms inhabiting the lymphatics. Though the disease is not fatal, it is usually acquired st...

........ 1 2 . COAL AND OBJECTIVES .................................................................................... 2 3 . CURRENT SITUATION IN SOUTH-EAST ASIAN COUNTRIES ........................... 3 3.1 Bangladesh ................................................................................................. 3 3.2 India ....................................................

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Service Contract No. Ifs/2010/ 253485 : Sharing Experience Between Eu and South East Asian Countries on the Reinforcement of Legislations and Regulations in the Field of Biosafety and Biosecurity, as Well as Relevant Laboratories Management Systems Through regional Centre of Excellence, Between the European Union, Represented by the European Commission, B-1049, Brussels, Belgium (“the Contracting Authority”) and “luigi Sacco” University Hospital Milan, Via G.B. Grassi 74, Milan, Italy (“the Consultant”)

...Service Contract No. Ifs/2010/ 253485 : Sharing Experience Between Eu and South East Asian Countries on the Reinforcement of Legislations and Regulations in the Field of Biosafety and Biosecurity, as Well as Relevant Laboratories Management Systems Through regional Centre of Excellence, Between the Euro...

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East Asian Football Federation

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... www.EAFF.com The East Asian Football Federation (EAFF), founded on May 28, 2002, is an inter... ... www.EAFF.com The East Asian Football Federation (EAFF), founded on May 28, 2002, is an internatio... ...ay 28, 2002, is an international governing body of association football in East Asia. Contents ... ... EAFF has 10 member associations.[1] All of them are members of the Asian Football Confederation except for the Northern Mariana Islands Footba... ... Current event East Asian Football Championship  Japan... ... Current event East Asian Football Championship  Japan ... ... Former countries ...

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South-East Asia Series : Year 1985-93 ; Hiv and Aids , Issue 64: HIV/AIDS Care at the Institutional, Community and Home Level

By: World Health Organization

...Since the beginning of the HIVIAIDS pandemic, prevention and care programmes in most countries have been planned and implemented with a primaty focus on prevention of the spread of infection, However, progammes providing care for those infected with HIV and AIDS are yet to be adequately developed. In addition...

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Plos One : First Insights Into the Genetic Diversity of the Pinewood Nematode in Its Native Area Using New Polymorphic Microsatellite Loci, Volume 8

By: Stow Adam

...phelenchus xylophilus, native to North America, is the causative agent of pine wilt disease and among the most important invasive forest pests in the East-Asian countries, such as Japan and China. Since 1999, it has been found in Europe in the Iberian Peninsula, where it also causes significant damage. In a previous study, 94 pairs of microsatellite primers have been ident...

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List of East Asian ports

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...The List of East Asian ports is primarily shipping ports of east coast of the continent of Asia. East Asia is home to some of the world... ... East Asia ... ... Comprehensive Economic Partnership for East Asia ... ...it East Asian Community ... ... Former countries ... ... East Asian Games ... ...es East Asian Football Federation ... ... Former countries ...

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Mushroom Cultivation by People with Disabilities a Guide

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

...The most commonly and easily cultivated mushrooms in Thailand and in South East Asian countries are oyster mushrooms (Pleurotus Ostreatus), ear mushro... ...ost commonly and easily cultivated mushrooms in Thailand and in South East Asian countries are oyster mushrooms (Pleurotus Ostreatus), ear mushrooms (... ...mmonly and easily cultivated mushrooms in Thailand and in South East Asian countries are oyster mushrooms (Pleurotus Ostreatus), ear mushrooms (Auricu... ... 12. Cultivating straw mushrooms Straw mushrooms are very popular in South East Asia and are cultivated using a straw bed. Because of their popularity...

...hrooms are commonly used for various dishes in different shapes and forms. The most commonly and easily cultivated mushrooms in Thailand and in South East Asian countries are oyster mushrooms (Pleurotus Ostreatus), ear mushrooms (Auricularia polytricha), and straw mushrooms (Volvariella volvacea). Other types of mushrooms such as Lentinula sp ... Lentinus sp ... Ganoderma ...

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Sulfur Hexafluoride (Sf6) Emissions in East Asia Determined by Inverse Modeling : Volume 14, Issue 9 (14/05/2014)

By: K. R. Kim; A. Stohl; J. Kim; F. Graziosi; X. Fang; S. Park; T. Saito; R. L. Thompson; Y. Yokouchi; S. Li

... reversal in the global SF<sub>6</sub> emission trend, from a decreasing to an increasing trend, which was likely caused by increasing emissions in countries that are not obligated to report their annual emissions to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. In this study, SF<sub>6</sub> emissions during the period 2006–2012 for all East Asian countri...

...ch., 4, 2441–2451, <a href=http://dx.doi.org/10.5194/amt-4-2441-2011>doi:10.5194/amt-4-2441-2011</a>, 2011.; Hitachi Cable, Ldt.: Report on the Great East Japan Earthquake: Global Warming Prevention, Hitachi Cable, Ltd., Japan, 2011.; Janssens-Maenhout, G., Diego, V. P., and Marilena Muntean, G.: Global emission inventories in the Emission Database for Global Atmospheric R...

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2003 East Asian Football Championship

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... The 2003 EAFF East Asian Football Championship is a football competition for East Asian c... ... The 2003 EAFF East Asian Football Championship is a football competition for East Asian countr... ... East Asian Football Championship is a football competition for East Asian countries and territories. The qualifiers were held in February and March 2... ... Winners  East Asian Football Championship 2003 Winners  ... ... Winners  East Asian Football Championship 2003 Winners  ... ... links Official Site East Asian Cup 2003 at Rsssf ... ...s Official Site East Asian Cup 2003 at Rsssf ...

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World Health Organization : Year 1996 ; World Health Organization, Emerging and Other Communicable Disease Surveillance and Control, Zoonoses, No. 96.8: World Health Organization Emerging and Other Communicable Diseases, Surveillance and Control

By: World Health Organization

...INTRODUCTION The Mtrieux Foundation convened an International Symposium on Rabies Control in Asian Countries in Wuhan, China, from 1 1 to 15 September 1996. This Symposium was organized with the co-sponsorship of the World Health Organization, as was the case with the MCrieux Foundation-organized, WHO co-sponsored sy...

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Hydrochlorofluorocarbon and Hydrofluorocarbon Emissions in East Asia Determined by Inverse Modeling : Volume 10, Issue 2 (01/02/2010)

By: S. O'Doherty; S. Li; P. K. Salameh; J. Kim; L. X. Zhou; Y. Yokouchi; A. Stohl; B. Yao; M. K. Vollmer; T. Saito; D. Wan

...hydrofluorocarbons, HFC-23 (CHF<sub>3</sub>), HFC-134a (CH<sub>2</sub>FCF<sub>3</sub>) and HFC-152a (CH<sub>3</sub>CHF<sub>2</sub>) from five East Asian countries for the year 2008 are determined by inverse modeling. The inverse modeling is based on in-situ measurements of these halocarbons at the Japanese stations Cape Ochi-ishi and Hateruma, the Chine...

...es, Atmos. Environ., 40, 7706–7719, 2006.; Blake, N. J., Blake, D. R., Simpson, I. J., Meinardi, S., Swanson, A. L., et al.: NMHCs and halocarbons in Asian continental outflow during the transport and chemical evolution over the Pacific (TRACE-P) field campaign: comparison with PEM-West B, J. Geophys. Res., 108, 8806, doi:10.1029/2002JD003367, 2003.; Chan, C. Y., Tang, J. ...

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2005 East Asian Football Championship

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World Health Organization, Weekly Epidemiological Record, Year 1990 ; Weekly Epidemiological Record, Year 1990, 65Th Year, Pages 77-84, (N.C.B. Section, 11): Weekly Epidemiological Record Releve Epidemiologique Hebdomadaire

By: World Health Organization

...Childbearing among adolescents varies tremendously around the world. Extremely low rates of childbearing occur among adolescents in East Asian countries such as China, Hong Kong, Japan and rhe Republic of Korea as well as in some Eurppean counmes such as the Netherlands and Switzerland. At the other extreme are a variery of countries in sub-Saharan Afri'c...

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Recent Trends in Groundwater Levels in a Highly Seasonal Hydrological System: the Ganges-brahmaputra-meghna Delta : Volume 13, Issue 12 (10/12/2009)

By: K. M. Ahmed; R. G. Taylor; M. Shamsudduha; R. E. Chandler

...Description: Department of Geography, University College London, London, UK. Groundwater levels in shallow aquifers underlying Asian mega-deltas are characterized by strong seasonal variations associated with monsoon rainfall. To resolve trend and seasonal components in weekly groundwater levels in the Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna (GBM) Delta, we app...

... Study of groundwater potential by groundwater simulation in the lower central plain of Thailand, Coordinating Committee for Geoscience Programmes in East and Southeast Asia (CCOP), 41st CCOP Annual Session, Tsukuba, Japan, 15–18, November, 2004.; Taylor, C. J. and Alley, W. M.: Groundwater level monitoring and the importance of long-term water-level data, U.S.G.S. Circula...

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East Asian rainy season

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...ront for nearly two months during the late spring and early summer between eastern Russia, China, Taiwan, Korea, and Japan. The wet season ends during... ...ces 5 Formation An east-west zone of disturbed weather during spring along this front stretche... ...one of disturbed weather during spring along this front stretches from the east China coast, initially across Taiwan and Okinawa, later, when it has s... ...[7] [8] [9] See also East Asian monsoon References ... ...it East Asian Community ... ... Former countries ... ... East Asian Games ...

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