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I dont understand even what i am saying, but my Filipino friend is asking me about the etnolinggwistiko in Asia. Can you please translate this word and provide me the answer to reply him. Thanks
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The continent Asia has different categories of cultural legacy of many races, civilization, and national groups in the region, it is conventionally called a continent from a Western perspective, of Asia. The continent Asia divided into more geographic and cultural sub regions, including the Central Asia, East, South, North, West and Southeast Asia.
1. East Asia is usually thought to consist of Japan, Hong Kong, China, Korea, Taiwan, and Macau. The dominant influence historically has been China, though in modern times. Major characteristics of this region comprise shared Chinese consequential language characteristics, as well as shared religion, especially Buddhism and Taoism. Though Korea and Japan are not Chinese speaking regions, their languages have been prejudiced by Chinese to some degree. Even though their writing systems have changed over point in time.
2. South Asia There are four Indian states and Sri Lanka share a unlike culture, due to the fame of dravidian languages there. Bangladesh has a custom and culture based on the Bengali language. Nepal, Bhutan, the states of Sikkim, Ladakh, Arunachal Pradesh in the state of Jammu and Kashmir and parts of the states of Himachal Pradesh, Uttaranchal have a great cultural similarity to Tibet, whereas 70% of Indians are Hindus and Nepal is a Hindu-majority State, Sri Lanka and Bhutan have a majority of Buddhists. Islam is the predominant religion of Bangladesh, Pakistan.
3. Southeast Asia A common feature found around the region is pillared houses. Another shared feature is agriculture, which originated in Southeast Asia thousands of years ago. This region consists of Myanmar, Singapore, Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia Laos, Cambodia, Malaysia, Mainland Southeast Asia, Indonesia, East Timor, and Brunei.
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