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TEXTILES, SOUTHEAST ASIAN ISLANDS
The Asian Textile Journal (ATJ)
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The textile traditions of insular Southeast Asia , an area from Sumatra, the westernmost island of Indonesia, to the northernmost region of Luzon in the Philippine Islands, covers an equally wide variety of types, styles, and traditions. These insular people are related by language and customs from former waves of migrations and by methods of textile manufacture as well as design elements and patterns. Trade through the region influenced styles with those in direct contact adapting new techniques of weaving while peoples farthest from these influences retained older traditions the longest. The following essay examines textiles in insular Southeast Asia from the broad perspective, seeking commonalities that link groups and regions together.
The fastest times in the swimming events at the Southeast Asian Games are designated as the Southeast Asian Games records in swimming. All records were set in finals unless noted otherwise. The Games were held in Vientiane , Laos where the records for 25 events were broken. Of these, 12 records were broken by Singapore, eight by Malaysia, two by the Philippines, and one each by Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam.