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Nusantenggara’s Fragile Peatlands

For something which takes thousands of years to form and develop, Southeast Asia’s peatlands quality as monument of natural heritage itself.  Yet, this fragile stretch of wetland across much of the Malay Peninsula, Borneo and Sumatra is fast disappearing by … Continue reading

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Mongol Imprint on Southeast Asia

The largest empire in modern history, the Mongol empire, progressed through much of the 13th century, covering vast territories across Eastern Europe and Asia; the bulk of the known world at that time.  Emerging across a series of conquests and … Continue reading

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