World and Its Peoples: Eastern and Southern Asia - Vol. 6

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Index
Page numbers in italic refer to illustrations.
A
Agent Orange 825
Angkor 745, 759, 767, 768, 770
Angkor Thorn 745, 759
Angkor Wat 743, 745, 758, 759, 770–771, 785
Annam 748, 817
Annamese Cordillera 726, 727, 729, 730
climate 735
forests 738–740
Ho Chi Minh Trail 762, 793, 794, 813, 822
Truong Son Mountains 738
Apsara dance 773
Au Co (legendary princess) 828
All Lac 828
[August Revolution] 751
avian flu. and Vietnam 852–85 3, 855
Awk Phansaa (celebration! 802
ayai (singing) 772

B
Bangfai River 727
Bao Dai, Annamese emperor 751, 819, 851
Bao Tang Quan Doi Army Museum 847
Battambang 756, 783
bidan (cloth) 769
Black River (Song Da) 724, 727
Bolovens Plateau 731
Bonn Chaul Chhnam (festival) 774
Boun Bang Fai (festival) 802
Boun Oum 751, 791
Boun Pai Mai (celebration) 802
Bru (people) 755
Buddhism
in Cambodia 768, 776
Hoa Hao 841
in Laos 796, 798, 804
three schools of 840
in Vietnam 828, 840, 841
Bui Chu-Phat Diem 840
Bun Nam (festival) 802
Bun Pha Wet (festival) 802
Buon MaThuot 815

C
C. Turner Joy, USS 820
Calley. William 824
Cambodia 756–785
agriculture 782, 783
area 756
art and architecture 767–769
capital city see Phnom Penh
climate 734–737, 756
coastline 756
communications 785
cultural expression 766–775
currency 758
dance 773
economy 758, 782–785
education 779
employment 783
family life 777, 778
festivals and ceremonies 774
fishing 783
flag 756
flora and fauna 738–741
food and drink 775
French control 748–749, 750, 759, 761, 769, 771, 780
Funan state 743
GDP 758, 785
geography 724–733, 756
geology 732–733
government 758, 760
health care 778, 779
history 743, 744, 748–749, 750–751, 752, 759, 761–765
independence 750–751, 752, 761
industry 784
Khmer Empire 743, 744, 766, 767–768, 769
lakes 727, 735, 740
land use 756
land mines 779, 783
languages 758, 766
literacy 758
literature 766
maps 725, 736, 741, 757, 784
mountains 756
municipalities 760
music and performing arts 772–773
names for 758
national anthem 758
national day 758, 774
natural hazards 756
neighbors and borders 727, 730, 756
peoples 754, 755, 758
personal status in 777–778
population 756, 757, 758
poverty 758, 782
provinces 760
religions 758, 767, 776
resources 783, 784
rivers 724, 727, 735, 756
services 784–785
society 777–778
standard of living 782
terrain 756
trade 758, 785
transportation 758, 785
unemployment 758, 782
voting rights 758
welfare 778–779
Cambodian People's Party (KPK) 760, 765
Cambodian Uplands 726, 727
Can Tho 8l5
Caodai Pope Pham Cong Tac 840
Caodaism 840–841
Cardamom Mountains see Kravanh Mountains
Cham (people) 743–744, 747, 755
temples and sculptures 830–832
Champa (state) 743–744, 746, 747
Champasak 746, 748, 789, 791
channam touk (food! 803
Chattomuckh 727
China, invasion of Vietnam 742
Chinh Phu Ngam (poem) 829
choum (drink) 775
chrieng chapey (songs! 772
Christianity, in Vietnam 840
[Christmas bombing] (19721 824
Chru (people) 755
Clear River (Song Lo) 724
climate change, and Indochina 737
Cochinchina 748, 817
coffee, grown in Vietnam 854
Communist Party of Vietnam (DCSV) 818
(Communist) Revolutionary People's Party of Laos (PPPL) 790
Confucianism, in Vietnam 840
Confucius 828
crachin (weather) 735
Cua (people) 755

D
Da Lat 729
Da Nang 729–730, 814, 837
climate 735
Da Rang River 727
Dae Lac Plateau 729
dai nhac (ensemble) 834–835
l), ii Viet 744, 746, 817
Dak Ben (festival) 774
Damrei (Elephant) Mountains 727
Dance of the Red Masks 800
Dang Tran Con 829
Dangrek Mountains 727
Dara Viravong 797
Day of the Wandering Souls 837
devaraja cult 745
Di Linh Plateau 729
Dien Bien Phu, Battle of 752, 753, 817
dinh (building) 830
Dinh Bo Lin. emperor of Vietnam 744
dipterocarps 738
Doan Thi Diem 829
Hoi Moi program 825, 833, 852
Dong Son culture 830

E
El Niño, and Indochina 735
El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSOI, and Indochina 735
Elephant Mountains see Damrei Mountains

F
Fa Ngum. Lao king 746, 789
Fan Si Pan 730
feu (food) 803
Funan 742, 743, 759
FUNCINPEC (United Front for an
Independent. Neutral, and Free Cambodia) 760, 765
FUNK (National United Front of Kampuchea) 763

G
galangal (laos root) 803
Gaulle. Charles de. and Vietnam 751
Geneva Accords (1954) 753, 761, 791
Ghosananda, Maha 766
Gia Long, emperor of Vietnam 747, 832
Giac Lac pagoda 850
Gulf of Tonkin Resolution (1964) 820

H
Haiphong 730, 814, 848
Halong Bay 733
Ham Nghi. Annamese ruler 749
Hanoi (formerly Thang Long) 744, 846–847
architecture 833
art school 833
climate 736
population 814, 847
restaurants 839
Harriman. W. Averell 793
hat hoi (theater) 835
Heng Samrin 765
Hmong (Meo) (people) 755, 793, 794
music 801
Ho Chi Minh 749, 750, 751, 753, 817
holidays commemorating 837
promotion of art 833
promotion of literacy 829
Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon) 729, 849–850
architecture 833
climate 735, 736
docks 854
poor housing 845
population 729, 814, 849
restaurants 839
Ho Chi Minh Highway 857
Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum 833, 847
Ho Chi Minh Museum 847
Ho Chi Minh Trail 762, 793, 794, 813, 822
Ho Nai-Bien Hoa 840
Ho Xuan Hung 829
Hoa Binh. Battle of 752
Hoa Lu 744
Hoi An (formerly Myson) 744
Hre (people) 755
Hué 729–730, 747, 851
food 838
palaces and tombs 832–833
population 8I5, 851
Hun Sen 760
Hung dynasty 828
Huynh Phu So 841
hydroelectric power, in Laos 811

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  • Contents 723
  • Geography and Climate 724
  • Cambodia 756
  • Laos 786
  • Vietnam 814
  • Further Research 858
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