East Asia

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East Asia

The countries and regions of eastern and southeast Asia, especially China, Japan, North Korea, South Korea, and Mongolia.

East Asian adj. & n.
Translations
Asie de l'Est
Kelet-Ázsia
東アジア東亜
东亚
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Next came the great alliance of Eastern Asia, a close-knit coalescence of China and Japan, advancing with rapid strides year by year to predominance in the world's affairs.
The latest State Bank of Pakistan data shows a rise in exports to Eastern Asia, South Central Asia, South Eastern Asia and Western Asia.
Many of you in Australia and eastern Asia got to see this during Wednesday evening, New York Times reported.
The Eastern Asia, Indian subcontinent and Central Asian and Caucasus commissions will be held with the attendance of scholars from 20 Asian countries in three days in Tehran University, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad and Mazandaran University respectively.
Those living under the evening skies over Central and Eastern Asia, New Zealand, Indonesia and Australia will have the best vantage points for the celestial event.
In eastern Asia, we celebrate the harvest moon," says Hankook Kim.
Al-Shatti added this single player game relies on endurance, stamina and strength, and the competition is very high in the Spartan Race, which is very popular in Eastern Asia and Europe, asking the sports officials in Kuwait to give this game more attention.
Egypt is also endeavoring to attract tourists from Eastern Asia and Europe, and focuses on promoting itself as a destination for those seeking medical facilities and therapeutic locales, he added.
The issue of peace and stability in the Eastern Asia is important for all of us and everyone should safeguard the security and peace with wisdom, especially in the region and Eastern Asia,' he added.
Mission at the United Nations and assistant legal adviser for various offices such as political and military affairs, Eastern Asia and Pacific Affairs, human rights and refugees and employment law.
She posits that its "local submission" to the support of "a given [Japanese] colonial rule" indicates the influence of pan-Asianism that recognized Japan's leadership in eastern Asia for "regional survival or alliance.
We felt the presence of international companies from China, India, Eastern Asia and other countries in the first edition of the show which shows its potential growth in the forthcoming editions.

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