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'O se konetineta telē lenei konetineta, ma e aofia ai fo'i ma ni motu e iai Initonesia (Indonesia) Iapani ma isi. E maua ai le piliona ma ona tupu o tagata o le lalolagi.

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Faʻafanua[Teuteu | edit source]

From 1841 to 1997, Hong Kong was a British colony.

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fuʻa Igoa Toatele O TagataTemplate:UN Population
(Template:UN Population)
Nofoaga
(km²)
Tupe Faavae
Afakanisitana Template:UN Population 647,500 Kabul
Armenia Template:UN Population 29,743 Yerevan
Azerbaijan[1] Template:UN Population 86,600 Baku
Bahrain Template:UN Population 760 Manama
Bangladesh Template:UN Population 147,570 Dhaka
Bhutan Template:UN Population 38,394 Thimphu
Brunei Template:UN Population 5,765 Bandar Seri Begawan
Cambodia Template:UN Population 181,035 Phnom Penh
China (PRC) Template:UN Population 9,596,961 Beijing
Cyprus Template:UN Population 9,251 Nicosia
East Timor Template:UN Population 14,874 Dili
Egypt[1] Template:UN Population 1,010,408 Cairo
Georgia[1] Template:UN Population 69,700 Tbilisi
India Template:UN Population 3,287,263 New Delhi
Initonesia[1] Template:UN Population 1,904,569 Jakarta
Iran Template:UN Population 1,648,195 Tehran
Iraq Template:UN Population 438,317 Baghdad
Israel Template:UN Population 20,770 Jerusalem (disputed)
Iapani Template:UN Population 377,915 Tokyo
Jordan Template:UN Population 89,342 Amman
Kasakisitana[1] Template:UN Population 2,724,900 Asetana
Kuwait Template:UN Population 17,818 Kuwait City
Kyrgyzstan Template:UN Population 199,951 Bishkek
Laos Template:UN Population 236,800 Vientiane
Lebanon Template:UN Population 10,400 Beirut
Malaysia Template:UN Population 329,847 Kuala Lumpur
Maldives Template:UN Population 298 Malé
Mongolia Template:UN Population 1,564,116 Ulaanbaatar
Myanmar Template:UN Population 676,578 Naypyidaw
Nepal Template:UN Population 147,181 Kathmandu
North Korea Template:UN Population 120,538 Pyongyang
Oman Template:UN Population 309,500 Muscat
Pakisitana Template:UN Population 796,095 Islamabad
Palestine Template:UN Population 6,220 Ramallah
(Jerusalem) (claimed)
Philippines Template:UN Population 300,000 Manila
Qatar Template:UN Population 11,586 Doha
Russia[1] Template:UN Population 17,098,242 Moscow
Saudi Arabia Template:UN Population 2,149,690 Riyadh
Singapore Template:UN Population 697 Singapore
South Korea Template:UN Population 100,210 Seoul
Sri Lanka Template:UN Population 65,610 Colombo
Syria Template:UN Population 185,180 Damascus
Taiwan (ROC) Template:UN Population 36,193 Taipei
Tajikistan Template:UN Population 143,100 Dushanbe
Thailand Template:UN Population 513,120 Bangkok
Turkey[2] Template:UN Population 783,562 Ankara
Turkmenistan Template:UN Population 488,100 Ashgabat
United Arab Emirates Template:UN Population 83,600 Abu Dhabi
Uzbekistan Template:UN Population 447,400 Tashkent
Vietnam Template:UN Population 331,212 Hanoi
Yemen Template:UN Population 527,968 Sana'a

Within the above-mentioned states are several partially recognized countries with limited to no international recognition. None of them are members of the UN:

Flag Name Population
Area
(km²)
Capital
Abkhazia 242,862 8,660 Sukhumi
Nagorno-Karabakh 146,573 11,458 Stepanakert
Northern Cyprus 285,356 3,355 Nicosia
South Ossetia 51,547 3,900 Tskhinvali

Asia atunuu[Teuteu | edit source]

I Asia, e 49 atunuu - O isi atunuu e aofia ai i le sili atu ma le tasi le itulagi (e tele taimi e faʻaalia):

References[Teuteu | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 transcontinental country.
  2. Eastern Thrace region of Turkey is in Europe. Therefore Turkey is a transcontinental country.

Bibliography[Teuteu | edit source]

  • Lewis, Martin W.; Wigen, Kären (1997). The myth of continents: a critique of metageography. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press. ISBN 0-520-20743-2. 
  • Ventris, Michael; Chadwick, John (1973). Documents in Mycenaean Greek (2nd ed.). Cambridge: University Press. 

Further reading[Teuteu | edit source]

  • Higham, Charles. Encyclopedia of Ancient Asian Civilizations. Facts on File library of world history. New York: Facts On File, 2004.
  • Kamal, Niraj. "Arise Asia: Respond to White Peril". New Delhi:Wordsmith,2002, Template:ISBN
  • Kapadia, Feroz, and Mandira Mukherjee. Encyclopaedia of Asian Culture and Society. New Delhi: Anmol Publications, 1999.
  • Levinson, David, and Karen Christensen. Encyclopedia of Modern Asia. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 2002.