Category Archives: Asia

In general terms, Asia is bounded on the east by the Pacific Ocean, on the south by the Indian Ocean, and on the north by the Arctic Ocean. Asia’s size and position makes it the only continent that borders two other continents, Europe and Africa. The Asian continent has been the birthplace and cradle of the world’s most prominent religions, including Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Buddhism, and many others. The geographic term “Asia” was originally used by ancient Greeks to describe the civilizations east of their empire. Asia has both the highest and the lowest points on the surface of Earth, has the longest coastline of any continent. Asia’s ambitious civilization’s ultimately gave rise to some of the world’s most revolutionary ideas and important technology. According to COUNTRYAAH, there are 48 countries in Asia.

Best Travel Time and Climate for Iran

The rose-scented gardens of Shiraz, the old bazaars of Tehran as well as mosques and palaces full of mosaics and mirrors – these are just some of the advantages of a holiday in this country. According to Softwareleverage, Iran is a country with a long history and many traditions. The country has been a destination… Read More »

Best Travel Time and Climate for Armenia

Experience the beautiful sights of the mountain ranges and extinct volcanoes and experience the generous warmth of the natives. Some of the popular cities such as Yerevan, Dilijan and Gyumri delight travelers with a multitude of cultural and ancient historical significance, art and culture festivals, limitless monasteries, beautiful mountain ranges, pleasant climate and a village-like… Read More »

Hong Kong History

Today’s Hong Kong was still a fishing village and pirate shelter at the beginning of the 19th century. When Great Britain recognized in the Opium War of 1840-42 the strategic and commercial possibilities of the place, which had been used by the British opium clippers since 1821 because of its protected harbor, the Treaty of… Read More »

Iran Economy

Agriculture According to rrrjewelry, the agricultural sector contributes around 10% to GDP, the share of employees is around 17%. One tenth of the total area of ​​Iran is used for arable farming, half of it is irrigated. Rain-fed agriculture is mainly used for growing grain in the winter-humid western mountainous regions. Irrigated agriculture has a… Read More »

Thailand Location and Climate

Thailand borders Laos to the northeast and east, Cambodia to the southeast, the Gulf of Thailand and Malaysia to the south, the Andaman Sea to the southwest, Myanmar to the west and north. The core area of ​​Thailand is the basin of the Chao Phraya , in particular the alluvial plain surrounded by terraced and… Read More »

Thailand Arts and Music

CULTURE: TRADITIONS In Thailand, despite the openness to all forms of progress, there is a deep attachment to traditions, which unites all social strata. The cycle of life, from birth to death, is linked to numerous beliefs and superstitions, such as the fear of evil spirits (phi), death understood as a positive and happy event,… Read More »

Thailand Geography

TERRITORY: MORPHOLOGY Thailand occupies the relatively low central section of the Indochinese peninsula, extending from N to S for approx. 1700 km, with a maximum width of approx. 800 km. The territory largely corresponds to a large depression area, invaded in the Cenozoic era by the waters of the Gulf of Siam and subsequently filled… Read More »

Thailand Literature

The earliest testimony in the Thai language is constituted by the inscription of Rāma K’amhneg of 1292. A series of later inscriptions are attributed to King Lü Thai, but it is only with the reign of Ramath’ibodi I (1350-69) that the Thai literature begins to outline a systematic history, although a good part of the… Read More »

Cities in China

Beijing is the capital of the People’s Republic of China. The city is about the size of Schleswig-Holstein. Around 17.6 million people live in the administrative area of ​​Beijing. The area is not a coherent urban area and is comparable to a province. Around 7.7 million people live in the core city with its high… Read More »

Thailand Economy

Business Thailand is leading a second generation of so-called tiger countries which, with low wage and ancillary wage costs and a talent for innovation, significantly increase the competitive pressure on the world market. Supported by the appreciation of the Japanese yen and the increasing relocation of labor-intensive production from East to Southeast Asia, an unprecedented… Read More »

Myanmar Economy

ECONOMY: INDUSTRY AND MINERAL RESOURCES Myanmar also does not lack mineral resources. In the foreground is oil, extracted from the coastal islands and in the central part of the country, often associated with natural gas present in a fair quantity. There are also good productions of various metallic minerals, including above all lead, copper, zinc,… Read More »

Haghbat and Sanahin Monasteries (World Heritage)

These two monasteries from the 10th / 11th centuries Century are among the most important sacred buildings and spiritual centers of Armenia. They are separated by the Debed Gorge. Haghbat was a fortified monastery, its oldest sacred building is the Holy Cross Church. Sanahin is an architectural gem and has an important library. Haghbat and… Read More »

Historic Churches of Mtskheta (World Heritage)

Mtskheta in the east was the spiritual center of the country. The Samtavro Monastery with its Saint Nino Church and the Sweti Tskhoveli Cathedral, both built in the 11th century, as well as the Jvari Monastery from the 6th / 7th centuries. Century are among the most important examples of medieval sacred architecture in the… Read More »

Gelati Monastery (World Heritage)

The royal monastery complex Gelati, founded in 1106, only remains in ruins. The site bears witness to Georgia’s heyday in the Middle Ages. Gelati Monastery: facts Official title: Gelati Monastery Cultural monument: Gelati, founded by Dawit the Renewer as a royal court monastery Continent: Asia Country: Georgia Location: Kutaisi, northwest of Tbilisi (Tbilisi) Appointment: 1994… Read More »

Ruined City of Tschoga Zanbil (World Heritage)

The ruins of the Elamite royal city are in Tschoga Zanbil, 45 km southeast of Susa. The city was founded in the 13th century BC. Founded and by the troops of the Assyrian king Ashurbanipal in the 7th century BC. Chr. Destroyed. The center of the settlement was a huge ziggurat, a 25 m high… Read More »

Conflicts in Thailand Part III

Pressure on the rebels In 2007, the government launched a major offensive aimed at carrying out mass arrests of suspects in the conflict area. Nearly 2,000 people were arrested in two months and the criticism was sharp from human rights organizations. The Thai government is accused, among other things, of various forms of torture in… Read More »

Conflicts in Thailand Part II

The red and yellow shirts During the years 2008 to 2010, Thailand was hit by several revolutionary political crises that degenerated into violent protests, concentrated in the capital Bangkok. In August 2008, large parts of Bangkok, including the airport, were besieged by yellow-clad protesters. The protesters managed to force new elections, which were won by… Read More »

Conflicts in Thailand Part I

For many, Thailand is the definition of paradise with sandy beaches, turquoise waters and hospitable people. What does not fit in that description are the political problems that in recent years have led to extensive demonstrations in Bangkok, as well as the armed conflict that is going on in the southern parts of the country… Read More »

Armenia Overview

Animals and Plants What is growing in Armenia? Armenia is a mountainous and rather dry country. In many areas it is quite barren. Only about 8 percent of the country’s area is covered by trees or bushes. The plants that grow here have adapted to the drought. Many have thorns. Artemisia plants such as wormwood… Read More »

Azerbaijan Overview

Typical Azerbaijan Nouruz Nouruz is celebrated on March 20th or 21st. It is the New Year and Spring Festival. Nouruz literally means “New Day”. The origin of the festival is very old. It is also celebrated in other countries such as Iran. Customs include small fires in the days before Nouruz, which children jump over,… Read More »

Refugees towards Bangladesh

Bangladesh Society Proportion of literate adults: 72.9% (2017) Major religions: Islam 89%, Hinduism 10% Urban population: 36.6% (2018) Life expectancy (female / male): 75.9 years / 71.5 years (estimated, 2018) Gender Inequality Index: Rank 134 (out of 160) (2017) Number of births: 2.15 / woman (2018) Infant mortality: 30.5 / 1000 live births (2018) Care… Read More »

Bangladesh Achievements

Bangladesh Economy Estimated gross domestic product: $ 286 billion (2019) Per capita income (purchasing power parity): 4,561 USD (2018) Human Development Rank (HDI): Rank 135 (of 189) (2018) Proportion of poverty (national poverty line): 21.8% (2018, Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics) Distribution of income (Gini coefficient): 39.5 (2018) Economic Transformation Index (BTI): Rank 64 (of 129)… Read More »

Bangladesh Physiography

Meghna in Borisal The Bangladeshi part of the Joint River Commission in Bangladesh has over 400 rivers in total. These include 54 rivers that flow mostly from India to Bangladesh and three rivers that come from Myanmar. The rivers Ganges / Padma and Brahmaputra / Yamuna are counted among the ten largest rivers on earth,… Read More »

Economic Sectors in Bangladesh

According to the International Monetary Fund (abbr.: IMF), the Bangladeshi economy recorded growth, that is, growth of the gross domestic product, of 7.4% in 2019. It was ranked fourth among the fastest growing economies in the world in 2019. This high economic growth resulted from increasing industrial production and a structural change in the composition… Read More »

Bangladesh Transportation

The rickshaw in all its versions is the dominant means of transport Cities and Urbanization View of the poor settlement Karail These pipes pump sand into some of the lower-lying New overpass to the Hatirjheel district Approximately 36.6% of the population of Bangladesh live in cities. The four largest metropolitan areas are the capital Dhaka… Read More »

Bangladesh Education and Religion

Schoolgirls in front of one of their school buildings in rural areas – here in the Khulna division The education system in Bangladesh is based on the British education system in terms of levels and types of school. In Bangladesh, primary school is compulsory. This means that all children between the ages of 6 and… Read More »

Bangladesh Geography

The climate, relief and soil in Bangladesh create ideal growth conditions for many crops and tropical wet and monsoon forests. Information on the forested area varies. 10.2-17% and others are given as forested in the total land area. The natural vegetation has been largely reduced with the expansion of humans. Indications that exist in the… Read More »

Bangladesh Remissen

According to thesciencetutor, Bangladesh is part of the South Asia sub-region (transliterated: Dakṣiṇ Eśiẏā). This also includes the countries Bhutan, India, the Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Depending on the organization in question, other countries bordering the aforementioned countries are also included in South Asia. In particular with its direct neighbors or its neighboring… Read More »

Bangladesh History

Bangladesh History The areas of present-day Bangladesh have been part of a number of historical lands over time. All historical forms of government and former residents left traces, which are sometimes also visible today and which contributed to the shape of today’s Bangladesh and its residents. Specifically, ‘Bangladesh’ has existed as a country under this… Read More »