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  • Pangkat Etniko at Kulturang Asyano

    Etnolingwistiko-Ang pagkakahati ng mga tao sa Asya sa iba't ibang pangkat batay sa wika at etnisidad na kinabibilangan.

    Etnisidad- iba't ibang pangkat na kinabibilangan.

  • Mga Wika sa Mundo

  • Pangkat Etniko at Kulturang Asyano Etnikong Pangkat- pangkat ng tao na nagtataglay ng parehong wika at kalinangan(kultura) na nagbibigay ng natatanging pagkakakilanlan(identy)Sa Asya matatagpuan ang napakaraming pankat etniko na may ibat ibang wika, relihiyon, pisikal na anyo at uri ng pamumuhayWika- ang isa sa pinakamatibay na pagkakakilanlan(identity) ng isang pangkat ng tao

  • Pangkat Etniko at Kulturang Asyano

    SilanaganAng kultura ng mga bansa sa Silangan ay napangingibabawan(dominated) ng relihiyong Buddhism at prinsipyong ConfucianismKabilang sila sa pamilya ng mga wikang Sino- Tibetan na karaniwang gamit sa rehiyonChina: Han at ang Minority Groups na Manchu, Mongol, Hui, at Uygur- na kinakatawan ng 5 bituin sa bandila ng bansa

  • Han, Yamato, Korean, Tibetan, Uyghur, Kazakh, Manchu, Mongol, Buryats, Evenks, and Yakuts.

  • Evenks Buryats Yakuts Han

  • Uyghur Manchu- Mongol

  • Korean

  • Yamato, Ainu

  • Timog Asya

    Ang kultura ng mga bansa sa Timog ay naimpluwensyahan ng relihiyong Hinduism,Islam Budhism at Jainism Kabilang sa pamilyang Dravidian, Indo-Aryan at Bengali ang nakahihigit sa wikang gamit sa Rehiyon

  • Dravidian,Punjabi, Bishnoi & Gadaric Indian

  • Timog Silangan

    Ang Kultura ay napangibabawan ng relihiyong Buddhism,Hinduism, Islam at prinsipyong ConfucianismAng wikang gamit sa rehiyon ay kabilang sa pamilyang Austro- Asiatic na kilala sa dating tawag na Malayo-Polynesian na nagmula sa Austronesian language- tinatawag na mother language sa rehiyonPilipinas: Malayo Polynesian Myanmar: Shan, Karen, Kachin, Burman, Achang, Padauang at KayanThailand: Miao, Man, Thai, Ho at Muong(dayo mula China)Vietnam: Akha, VietnameseLaos: Lao-dominant, Laaoloum,Lao Soung, Hmong,Yao

  • L-R: Burmese, Paduang,Malay& Akha-VietnameseCambodia: KhmerMalaysia: Malay,Bumiputra at Bajaos, Orang AsliIndonesia: Javanese, Balinese, Austronesian Malay at Sudanese MadureseTimor Leste: Malayo-Polysnesian, Melanesian at Papauan, TetumBrunei: Malay at Tsino

  • Miao

  • Timog - Kanlurang Asya

    Pinagbuklod ng wikang Arabic at relihiyong IslamIlan sa kanila ay Kristiyano at JewAng panitikan, musika at arkitektura ay pinagyaman ng kombinasyong Arabic at PersianKaraniwang nagmula sa angkang Turk, Arab, Afghan, Jew at Farian,Kurd,Assyrian, Iraqui,Turkmen,Kaktiari, Iraqui, reek Cypriot( Cyprus)

  • Kurd, Afghan Turk,Cypriot(greek& turkish,Kurdish)

  • Hilagang Asya

    Makikita sa etratehikong Silk RoadPinag-isa ng Kazakh Khanate na pinangibabawan ng kulturang IslamMga dating nomadic na pinag-isa ng Khanate(Khan- maning general, surname given to Genghis and his sons)Kulturang pinagyaman ng impluwensyang Mongol, Persian,Russian, Tsino, Indian, Arabic at Turkish

  • Kazakh, Tajik

  • Kyrgyz

  • Kazakh woman, Uzbek women

  • Turkmen women. Photo: ISNA/Ebrahim Asghari.

    Turkic peoples / Turkmens Turkmen women. Photo: ISNA/Ebrahim Asghari. Turkic people living mainly in Turkmenistan, Afghanistan and Iran, counting around 7.6 million altogheter. Of these, around 2.1 million live in Iran (some estimates go down to 1.1 million). There are 4.4 million in Turkmenistan, around 1 million in Afghanistan, there are also communities in Pakistan (60,000) and Russia (35,000). The poeple today called Turkmens are of Western or Oghuz origins. The term is believed to come from Sogdian language, which by the word "-men", the term means "like a Turk", pointing at a claimed ethnic purity of the Turkmens. Turkmens speak Turkmen, a Turkic language close to Turkish and Azerbaijani. There are other names used for Turkmens too, in Iran there are four main branches or tribes: Yomut, Goklan, Nokhorli and Teke. The Iranian part of Turkmen lands is often called Southern Turkmenistan or Turkmensahra Iranian Turkmen remains semi-nomadic, while permanent agriculture is of great importance to their economy. Turkmens are generally Muslims of both the Sunni and Shi'i branches, in Iran mainly Sunnis. Many also belong to Naqshbandieh Sufism. Historically, Turkmens of Iran has been in clear opposition to the governments of Teheran. In their culture certain traditions survive strongly into the modern age, like high dowry paid for a bride. Before, as well as now, bridal kidnapping is a popular method of avoiding this high expense. History Middle 11th century: A Oghuz tribe establishes what would become the strongest power in the Middle East, the Seljuq Dynasty. Late 11th century: Another Turkmen dynasty emerges, the Khwarezmian which soon would challenge the Seljuqs. 1194: End of the Iranian Seljuq state, the Khwarezmian emerging as its replacement. 1220: End of the Khwarezmian Dynasty, due to the Mongol invasion of their heartlands. 1881: Treaty of Alkhal divides the lands of the Turkmen between Russia, Iran and Afghanistan. 1991: Independence for Turkmenistan creating a national state for somewhat more than half of the Turkmens.

    By Tore Kjeilen