I touch the World,

And I see the Sea,

I walk along the Darkness,

And I’m hungry.

The smell is bad,

So, I feel dizzy,

Now, you, now,

me, is life on Earth.

The noise of night,

is so cruel,

there is a country,

and there is no Rule,

on the right of me is a new moon.

indonesianhistory:

iloveaceh:

HISTORY > Sebuah peta Asia Tenggara yang dibuat oleh Kesultanan Aceh pada tahun 1850. Peta ini dikirim ke Sultan Ottoman di Istanbul untuk memperkuat hubungan antara kedua kerajaan, terutama dalam menghadapi invasi Belanda di Asia Tenggara.
Peta ini jelas menunjukkan pulau Sumatra, Kalimantan, Jawa, Bali, Sri Lanka, Maladewa, dan ujung selatan India.

A map of Southeast Asia drawn by the Aceh Sultanate in 1850, sent to the Ottoman Empire sultan in Istanbul for strengthening the relation between two states. Possibly for alliance to counter the Dutch’s influence over Southeast Asia.
The map (written in Arabic / possibly ‘jawi’ scripture—-Malay language written in Arabic script) shows Sumatra, Java, and Bali islands with Sri Lanka, Maldives, and the southern tip of India.

indonesianhistory:

iloveaceh:

HISTORY > Sebuah peta Asia Tenggara yang dibuat oleh Kesultanan Aceh pada tahun 1850. Peta ini dikirim ke Sultan Ottoman di Istanbul untuk memperkuat hubungan antara kedua kerajaan, terutama dalam menghadapi invasi Belanda di Asia Tenggara.

Peta ini jelas menunjukkan pulau Sumatra, Kalimantan, Jawa, Bali, Sri Lanka, Maladewa, dan ujung selatan India.

A map of Southeast Asia drawn by the Aceh Sultanate in 1850, sent to the Ottoman Empire sultan in Istanbul for strengthening the relation between two states. Possibly for alliance to counter the Dutch’s influence over Southeast Asia.

The map (written in Arabic / possibly ‘jawi’ scripture—-Malay language written in Arabic script) shows Sumatra, Java, and Bali islands with Sri Lanka, Maldives, and the southern tip of India.

Literacy charities working in Laos

laoliterature:

Big Brother Mouse 

The Laos Literacy Project

Library of Laos Project

Room to Read

image

travelthisworld:

Tea Plantation, Cameron Highlands, Malaysia by David Chim

travelthisworld:

Tea Plantation, Cameron Highlands, Malaysia by David Chim

whatismyanmar:

Mont Baing Taunt (Literally means Thread Snack because of its appearance) is made up mainly of rice. It’s a cheap, delicious and nutritious snack in Myanmar usually served with thread of coconut. Image credit goes to I Miss Yangon on Facebook

whatismyanmar:

Mont Baing Taunt (Literally means Thread Snack because of its appearance) is made up mainly of rice. It’s a cheap, delicious and nutritious snack in Myanmar usually served with thread of coconut.

Image credit goes to I Miss Yangon on Facebook

fuckyeahapihistory:

Felix Taganas (front, center) was the owner of a Filipino diner in Los Angeles in the 1930s. 
Filipino diners and cafes offered ethnic dishes and a place where Filipinos could dine without being confronted or refused service. (Courtesy of Jenny Ochale and Celina Taganas-Duffy)

fuckyeahapihistory:

Felix Taganas (front, center) was the owner of a Filipino diner in Los Angeles in the 1930s.

Filipino diners and cafes offered ethnic dishes and a place where Filipinos could dine without being confronted or refused service. (Courtesy of Jenny Ochale and Celina Taganas-Duffy)

carinagironella:

Singapore’s marvel on marble. #temple #singapore #vsco #vscocam #vscodaily @instagram (at Sri Mariamman Temple, Singapore)

carinagironella:

Singapore’s marvel on marble. #temple #singapore #vsco #vscocam #vscodaily @instagram (at Sri Mariamman Temple, Singapore)

breathtakingdestinations:

Bangkok Thailand (von archer10 (Dennis))

breathtakingdestinations:

Bangkok Thailand (von archer10 (Dennis))

vpopeditions:

Em Muốn - Bích Phương


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