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Living in Limbo, Photographs, Southeast Asia (2003-2006) By Christopher Cain
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With a little money in the bank and lots of free time on his hands a photographer heads off to Southeast Asia. With no knowledge of the language, culture, and no ‘particular goal in... More > mind,” he sets off to explore Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam and Malaysia. Traveling by train, plane, bus, truck or his trusty “Honda Dream,” he explores the back roads, big cities, and small villages of the region documenting the lives and humanity of the people.< Less
Portrait of Asia By Mkemo Zaire London
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This photography book is a look into the lives of Asian people in Japan, China and Thailand. Experience this collection of black and white photographs from the streets, subways and culture of... More > downtown Tokyo and Yokohama, Japan to Hong Kong and Thailand, as well as the proud history of Hiroshima and the Great Buddha of Kamakura. The collection is divided into two sections; People and Places. People, represents the intimate portraits of the public as well as individuals encountered throughout Asia. Places, is made up of sites that represent the architectural, historical and urban landscape throughout this land. Each photograph is titled with the description, place and year. Mkemo London is a photographer who traveled throughout Asia, while serving in the US Navy. Photographs are available at www.mkemolondon.com< Less
Portrait of Asia By Mkemo Zaire London
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This photography book is a look into the lives of Asian people in Japan, China and Thailand. Experience this collection of black and white photographs from the streets, subways and culture of... More > downtown Tokyo and Yokohama, Japan to Hong Kong and Thailand, as well as the proud history of Hiroshima and the Great Buddha of Kamakura. The collection is divided into two sections; People and Places. People, represents the intimate portraits of the public as well as individuals encountered throughout Asia. Places, is made up of sites that represent the architectural, historical and urban landscape throughout this land. Each photograph is titled with the description, place and year. Mkemo London is a photographer who traveled throughout Asia, while serving in the US Navy.< Less
Portrait of Asia By Mkemo Zaire London
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This photography book is a look into the lives of Asian people in Japan, China and Thailand. Experience this collection of black and white photographs from the streets, subways and culture of... More > downtown Tokyo and Yokohama, Japan to Hong Kong and Thailand, as well as the proud history of Hiroshima and the Great Buddha of Kamakura. The collection is divided into two sections; People and Places. People, represents the intimate portraits of the public as well as individuals encountered throughout Asia. Places, is made up of sites that represent the architectural, historical and urban landscape throughout this land. Each photograph is titled with the description, place and year. Mkemo London is a photographer who traveled throughout Asia, while serving in the US Navy. Photographs are available at www.mkemolondon.com< Less
Southeast Asian Houses: Expanding Tradition By Ryeung Ju Seo et al.
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This book begins with an introductory section about housing culture in Southeast Asia as a whole and then examines the traditional houses of five countries in more detail. Each chapter contains a... More > brief summary of a Southeast Asian country’s history and culture and an introduction to the general characteristics and major types of traditional houses of the country. This is followed by a detailed explanation on the form and significance of one of the country’s major types of housing. The authors also explain how traditional houses are being modernized, offering a glimpse at the future of traditional housing in each country.< Less
South East Asia: Investment Resources and Capital for South-East Asian Countries Handbook - Strategic Information, Opportunities, Contacts By IBP, Inc.
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South East Asia: Investment Resources and Capital for South-East Asian Countries Handbook - Strategic Information, Opportunities, Contacts
Operation Ranch Hand: The Air Force and Herbicides in Southeast Asia, 1961-1971 By William A. Buckingham, Jr.
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This book is a study of the process by which herbicidal military policy was made in Southeast Asia. The author relates the intense controversy over the effects of the Agent Orange spraying program.... More > He connects policy to operations, showing how pressure from scientists and disagreements within the government imposed limits on the program. He explores the technical difficulties in spraying herbicides; and he pays tribute to the Ranch Hand airmen who flew planes "low and slow" over enemy positions (altogether, Ranch Hand aircraft took over 7,000 hits). Since the 1975 renunciation of the use of herbicides, this military episode has remained unique in U.S. history. Includes notes, appendices, bibliography, and photos.< Less
Avoiding Vietnam: The U.S. Army’'s Response To Defeat In Southeast Asia By Conrad C. Crane & Strategic Studies Institute
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As American operations against terrorism spread around the globe to places like Afghanistan and the Philippines, an increasing tendency has been for commentators to draw parallels with past... More > experience in Vietnam. Even soldiers on the ground have begun to speak in such terms. Dr. Conrad Crane analyzes the Army’s response to that defeat in Southeast Asia and its long-term impact. Contrary to the accepted wisdom that nations which lose wars tend to learn best how to correct their mistakes, he argues that Americans tried to forget the unhappy experience with counterinsurgency by refocusing on conventional wars. While that process eventually produced the powerful force that won the Persian Gulf War, it left an Army with force structure, doctrine, and attitudes that are much less applicable to the peace operations and counterterrorism campaign it now faces.< Less
The Ultimate Travel Guide to Thailand: The Most Exotic Destination in South-East Asia By Stamatis Stamatopoulos
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This is a complete and the only travel guide out there with over 200 pictures and maps to prepare and benefit all future travelers to enjoy their traveling experience to this amazing country in... More > South-East Asia. Readers will feel captivated, intrigued and fully informed about the Thai history, religion, visas, weather, seasons, transportation, Thai people and culture, Thai dishes, Thai fruits, places to eat, scams and problems, things to avoid, things to do, shopping, attractions, entertainment, nightlife, white water rafting, diving destinations, most popular places to visit, accommodation, useful phone numbers, websites, embassies, police, immigration, post offices, hospitals, Thai language, Thai dictionary with over 700 words and phrases. Please know that I do not get commission from any of the Hotels, Restaurants, etc. I mention in this travel guide, and I guarantee the information I provide in a single copy, won’t be found in any book store or on the internet. Please check my previews version reviews.< Less
East To America, West To Asia By A.L. Bates
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A journal of travels across the United States, through New England, followed by six weeks of backpacking across Southeast Asia, including Thailand, Laos, and Cambodia.

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