Southeast Asia: History and culture By: isabella valdES

A volcano is a mountain that may release hot or melted rocks from inside the Earth

A tsunami is a huge ocean wave caused by an undersea earthquake

Early people in Southeast Asia grew rice, raised cattle and pigs, and made metal goods.

Southeast Asia has two major parts.

One is a mainland made of long, winding peninsulas

The other is a large, archipelago, or chain of islands

A network is a system in which all parts are connected

Style is a distinctive form or type of something

Maritime is related to the sea or seafaring

West of Vietnam is the present day country of Cambodia

The earliest Thai settlements arose along the border of China.

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