List of participating nations at the Asian Games

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This is a list of nations, as represented by National Olympic Committees (NOCs), that have participated in the Asian Games.

List of nations[edit]

51   In the table headings, indicates the Games year
Participated in the specified Games
H Host nation for the specified Games

Asian Games[edit]

Nation Code 51 54 58 62 66 70 74 78 82 86 90 94 98 02 06 10
Afghanistan AFG
Bahrain BRN
Bangladesh BAN
Bhutan BHU
Brunei BRU
Cambodia CAM
China CHN H H
Chinese Taipei TPE
Hong Kong HKG
India IND H H
Indonesia INA H
Iran IRI H
Iraq IRQ
Israel ISR
Japan JPN H H
Jordan JOR
Kazakhstan KAZ
Kuwait KUW
Kyrgyzstan KGZ
Laos LAO
Lebanon LIB
Macau MAC
Malaysia MAS
North Borneo NBO
Sarawak SWK
Maldives MDV
Mongolia MGL
Myanmar MYA
Nepal NEP
North Korea PRK
Oman OMA
Pakistan PAK
Palestine PLE
Philippines PHI H
Qatar QAT H
Saudi Arabia KSA
Singapore SIN
South Korea KOR H H
Sri Lanka SRI
Syria SYR
Tajikistan TJK
Thailand THA H H H H
Timor-Leste TLS
Turkmenistan TKM
United Arab Emirates UAE
Uzbekistan UZB
Vietnam VIE
Yemen YEM
North Yemen YAR
South Yemen YMD
Total 11 18 20 17 18 18 25 25 33 27 36 42 41 44 45 45
References [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [16]

Asian Winter Games[edit]

Nation Code 86 90 96 99 03 07 11
Afghanistan AFG
Bahrain BRN
China CHN H H
Chinese Taipei TPE
Hong Kong HKG
India IND
Iran IRI
Japan JPN H H H
Jordan JOR
Kazakhstan KAZ H
Kuwait KUW
Kyrgyzstan KGZ
Lebanon LIB
Macau MAC
Malaysia MAS
Mongolia MGL
Nepal NEP
North Korea PRK
Pakistan PAK
Palestine PLE
Philippines PHI
Qatar QAT
Singapore SIN
South Korea KOR H
Tajikistan TJK
Thailand THA
United Arab Emirates UAE
Uzbekistan UZB
Total 7 9 15 14 17 25 26
References [17] [18] [19] [20] [21] [22]

Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games[edit]

Nation Code 05 07 09 09 13
Afghanistan AFG
Bahrain BRN
Bangladesh BAN
Bhutan BHU
Brunei BRU
Cambodia CAM
China CHN
Chinese Taipei TPE
Hong Kong HKG
India IND
Indonesia INA
Iran IRI
Iraq IRQ
Japan JPN
Jordan JOR
Kazakhstan KAZ
Kuwait KUW
Kyrgyzstan KGZ
Laos LAO
Lebanon LIB
Macau MAC H
Malaysia MAS
Maldives MDV
Mongolia MGL
Myanmar MYA
Nepal NEP
North Korea PRK
Oman OMA
Pakistan PAK
Palestine PLE
Philippines PHI
Qatar QAT
Saudi Arabia KSA
Singapore SIN
South Korea KOR H
Sri Lanka SRI
Syria SYR
Tajikistan TJK
Thailand THA H H
Timor-Leste TLS
Turkmenistan TKM
United Arab Emirates UAE
Uzbekistan UZB
Vietnam VIE H
Yemen YEM
Total 37 44 37 42 43
References [23] [24] [25] [26] [27]

Asian Beach Games[edit]

Nation Code 08 10 12
Afghanistan AFG
Bahrain BRN
Bangladesh BAN
Bhutan BHU
Brunei BRU
Cambodia CAM
China CHN H
Chinese Taipei TPE
Hong Kong HKG
India IND
Indonesia INA H
Iran IRI
Iraq IRQ
Japan JPN
Jordan JOR
Kazakhstan KAZ
Kuwait KUW
Kyrgyzstan KGZ
Laos LAO
Lebanon LIB
Macau MAC
Malaysia MAS
Maldives MDV
Mongolia MGL
Myanmar MYA
Nepal NEP
North Korea PRK
Oman OMA H
Pakistan PAK
Palestine PLE
Philippines PHI
Qatar QAT
Saudi Arabia KSA
Singapore SIN
South Korea KOR
Sri Lanka SRI
Syria SYR
Tajikistan TJK
Thailand THA
Timor-Leste TLS
Turkmenistan TKM
United Arab Emirates UAE
Uzbekistan UZB
Vietnam VIE
Yemen YEM
Total 41 43 43
References [28] [29] [30]

Asian Youth Games[edit]

Nation Code 09 13
Afghanistan AFG
Bahrain BRN
Bangladesh BAN
Bhutan BHU
Brunei BRU
Cambodia CAM
China CHN H
Chinese Taipei TPE
Hong Kong HKG
India IND
Indonesia INA
Iran IRI
Iraq IRQ
Japan JPN
Jordan JOR
Kazakhstan KAZ
Kuwait KUW
Kyrgyzstan KGZ
Laos LAO
Lebanon LIB
Macau MAC
Maldives MDV
Malaysia MAS
Mongolia MGL
Myanmar MYA
Nepal NEP
North Korea PRK
Oman OMA
Pakistan PAK
Palestine PLE
Philippines PHI
Qatar QAT
Saudi Arabia KSA
Singapore SIN H
South Korea KOR
Sri Lanka SRI
Syria SYR
Tajikistan TJK
Thailand THA
Timor-Leste TLS
Turkmenistan TKM
United Arab Emirates UAE
Uzbekistan UZB
Vietnam VIE
Yemen YEM
Total 43 45
References [31] [32]

Notes[edit]

  • CAM: Cambodia was known as Khmer Republic (KHM) between 1970 and 1974.
  • IND: Athletes from India competed as Independent Olympic Athletes (AOI) at the 2013 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games and 2013 Asian Youth Games due to the suspension of the country's Olympic Committee. The Olympic flag was used in medal ceremonies.
  • ISR: Israel was excluded from the Olympic Council of Asia in 1981 for political reasons and could no longer participate.
  • KUW: Athletes from Kuwait competed as Athletes from Kuwait (IOC) at the 2010 Asian Games, 2010 Asian Beach Games and 2011 Asian Winter Games and as Independent Olympic Athletes (IOA) at the 2012 Asian Beach Games due to the suspension of the country's Olympic Committee. The Olympic flag was used in medal ceremonies.
  • MAS: Athletes from Malaya (MAL) and North Borneo (NBO) competed as independent teams at the 1954, 1958 and 1962 Games. and Sarawak (SWK) also competed at the 1962 Games, prior to the formation of the Federation of Malaysia in 1963.
  • MYA: Myanmar was known as Burma (BIR) between 1951 and 1982.
  • SRI: Sri Lanka was known as Ceylon (CEY) between 1951 and 1970.
  • TPE: Chinese Taipei was known as Republic of China (ROC) between 1954 and 1970.
  • VIE: Vietnam first competed in the Asian Games in 1954 as State of Vietnam, after the Partition of Vietnam only South Vietnam as the Republic of Vietnam competed from 1958 to 1974. Then after the reunification of Vietnam, they have competed under the Socialist Republic of Vietnam from 1982 onwards.
  • YEM: Prior to Yemenite unification in 1990, North Yemen participated as the Yemen Arab Republic (YAR) in 1982 and 1986 and South Yemen participated as the Yemen Democratic Republic (YMD) in the 1982 Games.

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