Southeast Asia: History and Culture By: Natalie belz

Volcanoes: a mountain that may release hot or melted rocks inside the Earth.

Tsunami: a huge ocean wave caused by an undersea earthquake

Maritime: related to the sea or seafaring

Network: a system in which all parts are connected

Style: a distinctive form or type of something

Institution: a custom or practice that many people accept and use

Many Southeast Asian states continue to share common farming and trade ideas and practice.

Muslim Arab traders and missionaries settled coastal areas of Southeast Asia during the 800s

The first major Islamic center was Melaka, a trading port on the Malay Peninsula.

Statues of the Buddha line a temple in Thailand. They are dressed in orange robes, which are the traditional garb for Buddhist monks

Musicians from Veitnam perform traditional music using string and wind instruments


Created with images by sasint - "พระ umbrella eat" • johncooke - "Volcano" • NeuPaddy - "wave atlantic pacific" • anestiev - "ropes ship barge" • LoboStudioHamburg - "twitter facebook together" • Raksh1tha - "Style" • Tama66 - "lost places church chapel"

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