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Vignettes: Memories from Three Years in SE Asia with the Army Security Agency By Richard McCarthy
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The author’s personal memories from serving in Southeast Asia with the Army Security Agency during the early days of the Viet Nam War.
Please Do Not Lie In The Aisles: A Memoir Of Travels In Asia 2005-2006 By Olwyn Beatty
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The stars of this story are the people and customs of southeast Asia and China, structured around the author's account of travelling there as a backpacker. The countries she visited included Burma,... More > Cambodia, China, Laos, Thailand, Tibet and Vietnam. The flow of the story describes the typical backpacker routine of moving from town to village to city on a variety of modes of transport and in the company of friendly fellow travellers, many with their own memorable and humorous quirks. "Please Do Not Lie in the Aisles" provides an enticing taste of the immense and exotic world that awaits the would-be backpacker.< Less
CEO Guide to Doing Business in Asia (Thailand, Vietnam and Philippines) By Ade Asefeso MCIPS MBA
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Are you a CEO, consultant or entrepreneur interested in entering or expanding your activity in Thailand, Vietnam and Philippines’s market? Then this book is for you! The main objective of... More > this book is to provide you with basic knowledge about Thailand, Vietnam and Philippines; an overview of their economy, business culture, potential opportunities and an introduction to other relevant issues. Novice exporters, in particular will find it a useful starting point. Thailand is well placed to offer a gateway to both the ASEAN and Asia-Pacific markets, particularly India and China, many of which offer great business potential; on the other hand Vietnam borders China to the north, Laos and Cambodia to the west and South China to the east. It has the third-largest population in South-East Asia, over half of which is below the age of 30; while Philippines, boasts a literacy rate of 94.6 per cent among the highest in the region has a highly skilled and educated workforce.< Less
CEO Guide to Doing Business in Asia (Thailand, Vietnam and Philippines) By Ade Asefeso MCIPS MBA
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Are you a CEO, consultant or entrepreneur interested in entering or expanding your activity in Thailand, Vietnam and Philippines’s market? Then this book is for you! The main objective of... More > this book is to provide you with basic knowledge about Thailand, Vietnam and Philippines; an overview of their economy, business culture, potential opportunities and an introduction to other relevant issues. Novice exporters, in particular will find it a useful starting point. Thailand is well placed to offer a gateway to both the ASEAN and Asia-Pacific markets, particularly India and China, many of which offer great business potential; on the other hand Vietnam borders China to the north, Laos and Cambodia to the west and South China to the east. It has the third-largest population in South-East Asia, over half of which is below the age of 30; while Philippines, boasts a literacy rate of 94.6 per cent among the highest in the region has a highly skilled and educated workforce.< Less
Three Years in Asia: Forgotten Buddhist Temples, Barefoot Children, and Unexpected Romance By Chris Wedding
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Between 2000 and 2003, Chris Wedding, a Kentucky native and North Carolina resident, taught in Japan with the Japanese Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program. During that time, he sent home letters... More > which described the 80,000 miles and 1,000 days of his life and travels in Japan, Vietnam, Malaysia, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Indonesia, and Australia. This book, with over sixty pictures, is based on these letters. It is part travelogue, part social and environmental commentary, and part humor. The book was inspired by the best-selling comedic travel writings of Bill Bryson. Those who have read Three Years in Asia call it “charming” and “an entertaining portrait of life in Japan” claiming that it makes them “laugh out loud” and feel as if they’re on the journey with the author to “the other side of the world.” 100% of the profits from the sale of this book go to charities which support children in need in Southeast Asia.< Less
Three Years in Asia: Forgotten Buddhist Temples, Barefoot Children, and Unexpected Romance By Chris Wedding
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Between 2000 and 2003, Chris Wedding, a Kentucky native and North Carolina resident, taught in Japan with the Japanese Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program. During that time, he sent home letters... More > which described the 80,000 miles and 1,000 days of his life and travels in Japan, Vietnam, Malaysia, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Indonesia, and Australia. This book, with over sixty pictures, is based on these letters. It is part travelogue, part social and environmental commentary, and part humor. The book was inspired by the best-selling comedic travel writings of Bill Bryson. Those who have read Three Years in Asia call it “charming” and “an entertaining portrait of life in Japan” claiming that it makes them “laugh out loud” and feel as if they’re on the journey with the author to “the other side of the world.” 100% of the profits from the sale of this book go to charities which support children in need in Southeast Asia.< Less
THE RF-101 VOODOO OVER SOUTH EAST ASIA 1961 - 1970 By William Greenhalgh
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Among the first U.S. reconnaissance aircraft in Southeast Asia, the RF-101Cs from PACAF's squadrons spent long periods of temporary duty at Don Muang Airport and Udorn Royal Thai Air Force Base in... More > Thailand and at Tan Son Nhut Air Base, South Vietnam, photographing vital objectives in Laos and South Vietnam to provide most of the intelligence used by U.S. and South Vietnamese forces. When the United States finally decided to bomb targets in North Vietnam, RF-101C pilots took the first prestrike and poststrike photographs and led the Air Force and Vietnamese strike aircraft to the targets. The Voodoo pilots photographed objectives all the way to the China border, surviving anti-aircraft fire, missiles, and MiG interceptors – and suffering losses. Truly, the pilots of the RF-101s had a deadly dangerous job, and this history of their achievements pays a much-deserved tribute to their skill and fortitude.< Less
Natural Allies? Regional Security In Asia And Prospects For Indo-american Strategic Cooperation By Stephen J. Blank & Strategic Studies Institute
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One of the hallmarks of the two Bush administrations’ foreign and defense policies has been a growing rapprochement with India. Indeed, in June 2005 the U.S. Government signed a defense... More > agreement with that country. In part, this rapprochement is driven by and coincides with India’s increasingly visible role as a major Asian power. This book-length monograph seeks to illuminate India’s rising power and capabilities with regard to the key regions on its periphery: the Persian Gulf, Central Asia, and Southeast Asia. The author, Dr. Stephen Blank, also considers the major issues pertaining to India’s bilateral defense agenda with the United States. By revealing the dimensions of India’s growing capabilities and interests, he also provides a strategic rationale for the development of the partnership to date and for its further evolution. Numerous analyses of current global trends point to the rise of India as a major transformation in world politics.< Less
On My Way By David Draper & Clayton Joseph Scott
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Collected writings of Clayton Joseph Scott Di Chiro during his travels in India,southeast Asia, and the Middle East, 2008.
Letters from Singapore By William Boot
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Letters to friends detailing the curious experiences and discoveries of an ex-patriate living in Singapore

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