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a geographical division of Asia that includes Indochina plus Indonesia and the Philippines and Singapore

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As Premier, I am offering Queensland to host the Summit and showcase our State to the leaders of our south-east Asian partners, Ms Palaszczuk said.
The summit of the 10-nation Association of South-East Asian Nations
Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah general manager Jan Moenkedieck said: "Lao is a bespoke South-East Asian concept designed especially for Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah, and draws from the rich heritage and simplicity of living that the Lao people were known for.
Justice secretary Kenny MacAskill, who chairs the Serious Organised Crime Taskforce, called on Scotland's south-east Asian communities to help smash the problem.
The protestors reportedly broke into the venue of the resort in Pattaya, where leaders of the Association of South-East Asian Nations (ASEAN) were due to meet.
Managing Director Juan Jose Daboub said World Bank was working with south-east Asian countries by providing technical support to assess damages and to help Burma plan rehabilitation efforts.
Nestled at the bottom of the ocean off the south-east Asian island of Borneo, three black-tip reef sharks are pictured herding small fish into the shallows; every so often striking out in an attempt to feed.
Which south-east Asian country has marked 50 years of independence?
The meeting - chaired by Dutch deputy Prime Minister and Economic Affairs Minister Laurens Jan Brinkhorst was marred by the absence of ministers from the Association of South-East Asian Nations (ASEAN), after the Dutch government refused to issue a visa for Burmese/Myanmar Economic Minister Soe Tha.
Professor Stuart-Fox is an expert in South-East Asian history and politics and Professor of History at the University of Queensland.
It is not often that what appears to be a sober academic history of a city's development, even one set in the hot and humid climate of the South-East Asian tropics, culminates in a saga of sodomy, police brutality and judicial corruption.
South-East Asian women "by and large do not have to live under the tutelage, protection and control of men.
Wang's executive assistant Paul Chiang was quoted in early March 1999 as saying of the South-East Asian producers: "These greenhorns, they know nothing about industry, they know nothing about business".
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