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This WikiProject was formed to foster better articles on the countries of Southeast Asia with a spirit of cooperation.


Goals[edit]

The goals of this project are to:

  • Assist with the various portals associated with the area

Requested articles[edit]

Brunei[edit]

  1. Princess Hajah Masna
  2. Queen Raja Isteri Pengiran Anak Hajah Mariam, former second wife of Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah

Cambodia[edit]

  1. Tem Im
  2. Pok Thiem

Indonesia[edit]

  1. United States-Indonesia relations

Malaysia[edit]

  1. Yang di-Pertuan Besar of Negeri Sembilan
  2. Frank Cooper Sands
  • Scouts movements in the states of Malaysia founders
  1. 1913 - Sabah, by Reverend Thomas Cecil Alexander in Sandakan. (See Here)
  2. 1915 - Penang, by H.R. Cheeseman of the Penang Free School
  3. 1915 - Sarawak, by Reverend Thomas Cecil Alexander in Kuching (active only from 1930 onwards). (See Here)
  4. 1922 - Kedah, by E.C. Hicks, E.A.G. Stuart, R.P.S. Walker and C.W. Bloomfield.
  5. 1926 - Perak, by I.R. Wheeler at Malay College Kuala Kangsar.
  6. 1926 - Melaka, by R. Brunstone in Malacca.
  7. 1926 - Negeri Sembilan, by R. Brunstone, Bird and Roger Smith.
  8. 1926 - Selangor, by Ameen Akbar.
  9. 1927 - Terengganu, by A.J. Gracle.
  10. 1927 - Kelantan, by Y.M. Tengku Ahmad Temenggong.
  11. 1928 - Johor, by H.R. Cheeseman in the English College (now Maktab Sultan Abu Bakar).
  12. 1931 - Perlis, by Bird and Roger Smith.
  13. Pahang, by G.M. Laidlow in Pekan, restored in 1927 by H.P. Hertslet

Myanmar (Burma)[edit]

Philippines[edit]

  1. United States-Philippines relations
  2. Santa Maria, Bulacan
  3. Maria Lorena Barros

Thailand[edit]

Vietnam[edit]

  1. The Old Quarter, historic centre of Hanoi
  2. Tạ Văn Rục
  3. 27 missing articles for administrative divisions of Huế#Administrative divisions
  4. 28 blank articles in the List of non-governmental organizations in Vietnam
  5. 22 blank articles in the List of hospitals in Vietnam.
  6. Bà Huyện Thanh Quan (poet)
  7. Vietnamese Confucianism (equivalent to Korean Confucianism article)
  8. Ông đồ (specialist in writing Chinese characters)
  9. Citadel of Hue
  10. Quảng Yên - mentioned at Viet Bac
  11. Hồng Gai Special Zone — mentioned at Viet Bac
  12. Mai Đà - District of Hòa Bình; mentioned at Viet Bac
  13. Tien River
  14. Giao Châu
  15. Dương Đông - district seat of Phú Quốc
  16. Hoa Long a village in the former Phuoc Tuy Province, now Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province.
  17. Trần Văn Khê, musicologist
  18. Trần Quang Hải, musician and son of Trần Văn Khê
  19. Cassia javanica (hoa đào, a flower used for Tet in northern Vietnam) -- or is it Prunus persica, the peach? It seems that Vietnamese use the term hoa đào for the flower of both plants; which is the species of the one used as a symbol of the north? (see [1])

Regional[edit]

  1. Fédération Indochinoise des Associations du Scoutisme
  2. Peopling of Southeast Asia
  3. Seiichi Iwao - leading Japanese scholar of Nihonmachi in SE Asia; early modern Japanese trade/relations with SE Asia

Language requests[edit]

Khmer[edit]

  1. Fédération Indochinoise des Associations du Scoutisme

Edit request[edit]

Population count results 2004 for districts, subdistricts and sucos of East Timor: This [2] was only a provisional result, the final results can be found here: [3]. I edited the table at Districts of East Timor, more has to be done by someone else, cause I have to change all German articles. Greetings, --J. Patrick Fischer 10:02, 12 June 2007 (UTC)

Scope[edit]

The scope of this project is all articles which fall in the Category:Southeast Asian countries. We acknowledge up front that there may be other WikiProjects, both now and in the future, which deal directly with individual nations or areas within the above. We are grateful for their efforts, and will concentrate our own on those areas which are not covered by a currently existing project.

Participants[edit]

Volunteers may want to have place {{User WPSoutheast Asia}} on their userpages.

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WikiProject Southeast Asia




Departments and subprojects[edit]

Statistics[edit]


To do[edit]

Related WikiProjects and task forces[edit]

Showcase[edit]

The following items have received recognition from the Wikipedia community:

Featured Articles[edit]

Featured Lists[edit]

Good Articles[edit]

Did you know... (DYK)[edit]

The following items all appeared in the Wikipedia:Main page Did You Know section:

Peer Review[edit]

Wikipedia:Peer review/Kota Kinabalu/archive1 (Request made March 5, 2007)

Templates[edit]

Stub templates[edit]

  • {{SEAsia-geo-stub}} - Stub template to be added to articles relating to the geography of Southeast Asia which are not included in any of the more specific stub types below; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
  • {{Brunei-stub}} - Stub template for articles relating to Brunei; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
  • {{Cambodia-stub}} - Stub template for articles relating to Cambodia; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
    • {{Cambodia-geo-stub}} - Stub template for articles relating to Cambodian geography; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
    • {{Cambodia-bio-stub}} - Stub template for articles relating to the people of Cambodia; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
  • {{Indonesia-stub}} - Stub template for articles relating to Indonesia; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
    • {{Indonesia-geo-stub}} - Stub template for articles relating to the geography of Indonesia; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
    • {{Indonesia-bio-stub}} - Stub template for articles relating to Indonesian people; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
    • {{Indonesia-university-stub}} - Stub template for articles relating to colleges and universities in Indonesia; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
  • {{Laos-stub}} - Stub template for articles relating to Laos; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
    • {{Laos-geo-stub}} - Stub template for articles relating to the geography of Laos; to be put on the bottom of each article page with {{SEAsia-geo-stub}} as well.
  • {{Malaysia-stub}} - Stub template for articles relating to Malaysia; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
    • {{Malaysia-bio-stub}} - Stub template for articles relating to the people of Malaysia; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
    • {{Malaysia-geo-stub}} - Stub template for articles relating to the geography of Malaysia; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
      • {{Johor-geo-stub}} - Stub template for articles relating to the geography of Johor; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
      • {{Sabah-geo-stub}} - Stub template for articles relating to the geography of Sabah; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
      • {{Sarawak-geo-stub}} - Stub template for articles relating to the geography of Sarawak; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
    • {{Malaysia-rail-stub}} - Stub template for articles relating to the railway system in Malaysia; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
  • {{Myanmar-stub}} - Stub template for articles relating to Myanmar; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
    • {{Myanmar-geo-stub}} - Stub template for articles relating to geography of Myanmar; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
  • {{Philippines-stub}} - Stub template for articles relating to the Philippines; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
    • {{Philippines-bio-stub}} - Stub template for articles relating to Filipino people; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
      • {{Philippines-actor-stub}} - Stub template for articles relating to Filipino actors; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
      • {{Philippines-politician-stub}} - Stub template for articles relating to Filipino politicians; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
      • {{Philippines-writer-stub}} - Stub template for articles relating to Filipino writers; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
    • {{Philippines-university-stub}} - Stub template for articles relating to universities and colleges in the Philippines; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
    • {{Philippines-tv-stub}} - Stub template for articles relating to television of the Philippines; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
  • {{Singapore-stub}} - Stub template for articles relating to Singapore; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
    • {{Singapore-geo-stub}} - Stub template for articles relating to geography of Singapore; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
    • {{Singapore-LRT-stub}} - Stub template for articles relating to Singapore's Light Rapid Transit system; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
    • {{Singapore-MRT-stub}} - Stub template for articles relating to Singapore's Mass Transit System; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
    • {{Singapore-bio-stub}} - Stub template for articles relating to people from Singapore; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
    • {{Singapore-org-stub}} - Stub template for articles relating to organizations based in Singapore; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
  • {{Thailand-stub}} - Stub template for articles related to Thailand; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
    • {{Thailand-geo-stub}} - Stub notice for articles related to the geography of Thailand; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
    • {{Thailand-bio-stub}} - Stub notice for articles related to Thai people; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
    • {{Thailand-university-stub}} - Stub notice for articles related to universities and colleges in Thailand; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
  • {{Vietnam-stub}} - Stub notice for articles related to Vietnam; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
    • {{Vietnam-geo-stub}} - Stub notice for articles related to Vietnamese geography; to be put on the bottom of each article page.
    • {{Vietnam-war-stub}} - Stub notice for articles related to the Vietnam war; to be put on the bottom of each article page.


Resources[edit]

There are a huge number of resources available for this area. Please see the page of the specific country or area in which you are interested for the ones applicable for your specific interest.

Sisterlinks[edit]

Related WikiProjects[edit]

WikiProject Southeast Asia is one of the Asian WikiProjects:

Continental Asia 
Regional Arab world | Caucasia | Central Asia | Commonwealth | East Asia | South Asia | Southeast Asia | Western Asia
North Asian countries Russia 
Central Asian countries Kazakhstan | Kyrgyzstan | Tajikistan | Turkmenistan | Uzbekistan 
East Asian countries Hong Kong | Japan | Macau | Mongolia | North Korea | People's Republic of China | Republic of China (Taiwan) | South Korea 
South East Asian countries Brunei | Burma (Myanmar) | Cambodia | East Timor | Indonesia | Laos | Malaysia | Philippines | Singapore | Thailand | Vietnam 
South Asian countries Afghanistan | Bangladesh | Bhutan | India | Maldives | Nepal | Pakistan | Sri Lanka 
West Asian countries Armenia | Azerbaijan | Bahrain | Cyprus | Georgia | Iraq | Iran | Israel | Jordan | Kuwait | Lebanon | Oman | Palestinian territories | Qatar | Saudi Arabia | Syria | Turkey | United Arab Emirates | Yemen 
Culture Indian cinema | Iranian football | Korean cinema | Persian cinema | Persian literature | Southeast Asian cinema
History Ancient Near East | Indian history | Ottoman Empire | Pakistani history | Soviet Union | Three Kingdoms | Zoroastrianism
Military history Chinese | Early Muslim | Japanese | Korean | Middle Eastern | Ottoman | Russian and Soviet | South Asian | Southeast Asian 
Society Dravidian civilizations | Hazara | Kurdistan | Pashtun | Punjab

Tools[edit]

Main tool page: toolserver.org
  • Reflinks - Edits bare references - adds title/dates etc. to bare references
  • Checklinks - Edit and repair external links
  • Dab solver - Quickly resolve ambiguous links.
  • Peer reviewer - Provides hints and suggestion to improving articles.

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