The first Afro-Asian Conference known as the Bandung Conference was a meeting of mostly newly independent Asian and African states, which took place on April 18-24, 1955 in Bandung, Indonesia
Caption: An owl at a bird market in Bandung, Indonesia
Cambodia and China's is a longstanding relationship, dating back to Norodom Sihanouk meeting Zhou Enlai in Bandung, Indonesia
in April 1955.
Yohanes Sulaiman is a lecturer at the School of Government at Universitas Jendral Achmad Yani, in Cimahi, Bandung, Indonesia
Teachers from three Bontang schools had the opportunity to attend a five-day STEM workshop in Bandung, Indonesia
, hosted by the SEAMEO QITEP (South East Asia Ministers of Education Organisation, Quality Improvement in Teaching and Education Personnel).
A picture shows the meeting between former Prime Minister Mohammad Ali Bogra of Pakistan and former Premier Zhou Enlai of China at Asian African Conference in Bandung, Indonesia
on April 18, 1955, which laid the basis for future ties.
Entre el 18 y el 24 de abril de 1955, en plena Guerra Fria y con la participacion de 29 Jefes de Estado de la primera generacion de lideres de colonias liberadas de Africa y Asia, fue celebrada la Conferencia de Bandung, Indonesia
, como el mas importante antecedente hacia la creacion del Movimiento de Paises No Alineados (MNOAL), que nace entonces con el objetivo de favorecer la cooperacion economica y cultural afroasiatica, en oposicion al colonialismo y el neocolonialismo de las antiguas metropolis y de Estados Unidos.
Islamabad -- Sartaj Aziz, Adviser to the Prime Minister on National Security and Foreign Affairs, represented Pakistan at the Commemoration of the 60th Anniversary of the Asian-African Conference (AAC) (Bandung Conference) held in Bandung, Indonesia
on April 24, 2015.
The conference is seen as a milestone in the history of Asian and African countries and was held in Bandung, Indonesia
, for the first time in 1955 in order to discuss issues related to peace, security and economic development.
Held in Bandung, Indonesia
in 1955, the Bandung Conference or the Afro-Asian Conference gathered 29 African and Asian nations to promote economic and cultural cooperation, call for the end of racism, oppose colonialism and express their reservations about the then growing rivalry between the United States and the Soviet Union.
The First large-scale Asian-African or Afro-Asian Conference-also known as the Bandung Conference was a meeting of Asian and African states, most of which were newly independent, which took place on April 18-24, 1955 in Bandung, Indonesia
Evidence for endemic chikungunya virus infections in Bandung, Indonesia