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Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
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Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Presentationsm
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    • 1. Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia
    • 2. Indonesia: Land
    • 3. Indonesia: Land
    • 4. Indonesia: Land
    • 5. Indonesia: LandIndonesia is Southeast Asia’s largest country.
    • 6. Indonesia: LandIndonesia is Southeast Asia’s largest country.It is an archipelago that is made up of more than (1)13,600 islands.
    • 7. Indonesia: LandIndonesia is Southeast Asia’s largest country.It is an archipelago that is made up of more than (1)13,600 islands.The island of (2) BORNEO is shared with Malaysiaand Brunei.
    • 8. Indonesia: LandIndonesia is Southeast Asia’s largest country.It is an archipelago that is made up of more than (1)13,600 islands.The island of (2) BORNEO is shared with Malaysiaand Brunei.The other main islands are Sumatra, Java, andCelebes.
    • 9. Indonesia: LandIndonesia is Southeast Asia’s largest country.It is an archipelago that is made up of more than (1)13,600 islands.The island of (2) BORNEO is shared with Malaysiaand Brunei.The other main islands are Sumatra, Java, andCelebes.Because of its location on the Ring of Fire, Indonesiaexperiences volcanoes, earthquakes, and tsunamis.
    • 10. Climate and Economy
    • 11. Climate and EconomySince Indonesia is located on theEquator, its climate is (3) TROPICAL.
    • 12. Climate and EconomySince Indonesia is located on theEquator, its climate is (3) TROPICAL.Major economic activities includefarming, mining, and manufacturing.
    • 13. Climate and EconomySince Indonesia is located on theEquator, its climate is (3) TROPICAL.Major economic activities includefarming, mining, and manufacturing.
    • 14. Climate and EconomySince Indonesia is located on theEquator, its climate is (3) TROPICAL.Major economic activities includefarming, mining, and manufacturing.Terrace Farming
    • 15. Climate and EconomySince Indonesia is located on theEquator, its climate is (3) TROPICAL.Major economic activities includefarming, mining, and manufacturing. Terrace Farming
    • 16. People
    • 17. PeopleIndonesia has about (4) 235 millionpeople.
    • 18. PeopleIndonesia has about (4) 235 millionpeople.It is the most populated country inSoutheast Asia.
    • 19. PeopleIndonesia has about (4) 235 millionpeople.It is the most populated country inSoutheast Asia.60% of people live on the island of (5)JAVA, where you will also find thecapital city, Jakarta.
    • 20. People
    • 21. PeopleThe main religion is (6) ISLAM. It is thelargest Muslim country in the world.
    • 22. PeopleThe main religion is (6) ISLAM. It is thelargest Muslim country in the world.The official language is Bahasa.
    • 23. PeopleThe main religion is (6) ISLAM. It is thelargest Muslim country in the world.The official language is Bahasa.In (7) 1949 Indonesia gained itsindependence from the Dutch.
    • 24. Up Next, The World’sCutest Animal Baby!!!!
    • 25. Mount Merapi
    • 26. Mount Merapi
    • 27. Mount Merapi
    • 28. The PHILIPPINES: Land
    • 29. The PHILIPPINES: Land This country is an (8) ARCHIPELAGO, or chain of islands
    • 30. The PHILIPPINES: Land This country is an (8) ARCHIPELAGO, or chain of islands Of the 7,000 islands, only (9) 900 are inhabited
    • 31. People
    • 32. About (10) 81.6 millionPeople people live in the Philippines
    • 33. About (10) 81.6 millionPeople people live in the Philippines Most Filipinos live on the island of Luzon, where the capital (11) MANILA is located
    • 34. About (10) 81.6 millionPeople people live in the Philippines Most Filipinos live on the island of Luzon, where the capital (11) MANILA is located About (12) 90% of Filipinos are Roman Catholic
    • 35. History
    • 36. History The Philippines were a (13) SPANISH, then (14) AMERICAN colony for more than 300 years
    • 37. History The Philippines were a (13) SPANISH, then (14) AMERICAN colony for more than 300 years It became independent in 1946
    • 38. Land andEconomy
    • 39. Land and Because of steep mountain slopes, only (15)Economy 1/3 of the land can be used for farming
    • 40. Land and Because of steep mountain slopes, only (15)Economy 1/3 of the land can be used for farming On that land, Filipino farmers grow (16) RICE, sugarcane, and pineapples
    • 41. Land and Because of steep mountain slopes, only (15)Economy 1/3 of the land can be used for farming On that land, Filipino farmers grow (16) RICE, sugarcane, and pineapples Filipino workers produce textiles, electronic products and other manufactured goods.
    • 42. Malaysia: Land
    • 43. Malaysia: Land
    • 44. Malaysia: Land
    • 45. Malaysia: LandMalaysia is one of the most prosperouscountries in Southeast Asia and is split intotwo areas.
    • 46. Malaysia: LandMalaysia is one of the most prosperouscountries in Southeast Asia and is split intotwo areas.The mainland part is called (17) MALAYAand is located on the Malay Peninsula.
    • 47. Malaysia: LandMalaysia is one of the most prosperouscountries in Southeast Asia and is split intotwo areas.The mainland part is called (17) MALAYAand is located on the Malay Peninsula.The other is made up of two territories:Sarawak and Sabah
    • 48. Agriculture
    • 49. Agriculture Agriculture is a major activity in Malaysia.
    • 50. Agriculture Agriculture is a major activity in Malaysia. Most farmers own small plots of land to grow (18) RICE and FRUIT.
    • 51. Agriculture Agriculture is a major activity in Malaysia. Most farmers own small plots of land to grow (18) RICE and FRUIT. (19) PLANTATION owners grow rubber and coconuts for export.
    • 52. Economy
    • 53. EconomyMalaysia is rich in tin, bauxite, and iron ore.
    • 54. EconomyMalaysia is rich in tin, bauxite, and iron ore.Malaysians perform (20)MANUFACTURING tasks for manyindustries.
    • 55. EconomyMalaysia is rich in tin, bauxite, and iron ore.Malaysians perform (20)MANUFACTURING tasks for manyindustries.For example, many computer parts are madein Malaysia and shipped to the UnitedStates.
    • 56. People
    • 57. PeopleAbout (21) 20 million people live inMalaysia and most belong to the Malayethnic group.
    • 58. PeopleAbout (21) 20 million people live inMalaysia and most belong to the Malayethnic group.Most Malaysians are (22) MUSLIMS,but there are many other religionsspread throughout the country.
    • 59. People
    • 60. PeopleThe people of Malaysia are aboutevenly divided between those living inrural and urban areas.
    • 61. PeopleThe people of Malaysia are aboutevenly divided between those living inrural and urban areas.(23) KUALA LUMPUR, located on theMalay Peninsula, is the capital andlargest city.

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