Cham as Descendants of Ancient Rulers in Southeast Asia

  • March 13, 2017     Joy Marie Salgado

Phnom Penh – Over 500 years ago, a dark past had become a beginning of the flight for survival of a Southeast Asian ...
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  • March 02, 2017     Friendly Borders Staff

Dhaka – Bangladesh is home to rich cultural practices and history. The country caters to remarkable communities of ...
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  • February 06, 2017     Friendly Borders Staff

Astana – The vast geographical span of Asia brings together a rich and diverse selection of ethnic groups. One of the ...
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