What was the dominant religion on the southeast Asian mainland from 1500 to 1800?
Catholicism was not the dominant religion it was Buddhism.
What is unusual about the main religion of the Philippines compared to other southeast Asian countries?
To list a few of thousands of uses of ways elephants are useful: -they provide millions of tourist dollars to African and Asian countries each year -they allow enviromently-friendly logging in Southeast Asia and India -they are major attractions in zoos -they encourage conservation funding -they are important to Indian and Southeast Asian culture and the Hindu religion -historically, they were mounts to Indian and Southeast Asian armies -they provide transport in Southeast Asia and…
Southeast Asia or Southeastern Asia is a subregion of Asia, consisting of the countries that are geographically south of China, east of India and north of Australia. Southeast Asia consists of two geographic regions: the Asian mainland (aka. Indochina), and island arcs and archipelagoes to the east and southeast. The mainland section consists of Burma (Myanmar), Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam and Peninsular Malaysia while the maritime section consists of Andaman and Nicobar Islands (India), Brunei…
Islam, is the dominant religion in fact of all the Central Asian countries. These are Turkic countries, and Turkic people are Muslims. In former Soviet states like Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, there are Eastern Orthodox people because of the minority Russian populations there left from the Soviet era.
Asian is the dominant nationality, and Christianity is the dominant religion, in Suriname. Specifically, about two-thirds (2/3) of the population descend from contract workers from parts of modern-day India and Indonesia. About two-thirds of religious adherents in Suriname are Christian. Christian denominations range from Roman Catholic to Moravian, Methodist, Lutheran, Evangelical, Dutch Reformed, and Baptist.
Scott O'Brien has written: 'Karen perspectives on schooling in their communities' -- subject(s): Education, Karen (Southeast Asian people), Psychological aspects, Psychological aspects of Karen (Southeast Asian people), Social aspects, Social aspects of Karen (Southeast Asian people), Social conditions