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In which country is Javanese the official language?
Nowhere. With 82 million native speakers (more than French) Javanese is the largest language without an official status anywhere (and thus the largest minority language in the world), despite being used throughout Southeast Asia and Suriname.
Why did people from southern Asia commonly suffer from beriberi sickness in late 1800s?
Eating mostly white rice. Beriberi is a sickness caused by extreme deficiency of vitamin B1, thiamine. White rice is generally a poor source of vitamins, and completely lacks thiamine. The sickness became common in Asia in 1800s with the increased processing of rice.
Where do the largest among all crocodilians (crocodiles, alligators, caimans, gharials) live?
In Southeast Asia. The saltwater crocodile is the largest of all living reptiles, reaching up to 6.3 m and 1,360 kg. It may be found from Northern Australia to the eastern coast of India.
What fruit is that?
Durian. The durian is a tropical fruit native to Brunei, Indonesia, and Malaysia, and is cultivated in other areas with a similar climate. It is distinctive for its large size, strong odour, and formidable thorn-covered rind. The unusual flavour and odour of the fruit have prompted many people to express diverse and passionate views ranging from deep appreciation to intense disgust.
Which Indonesian island is the most populous?
Island 3. With a population of 135 million (excluding the 3.6 million on the island of Madura which is administered as part of the province of Java), Java is the world's most populous island, and one of the most densely-populated places on the globe.
Where is Bali?
At point 3. Bali is the largest tourist destination in Indonesia. According to BBC Travel released in 2011, Bali is one of the World's Best Islands, rank in second after Greece. Since 2011, China has displaced Japan as the second-largest supplier of tourists to Bali, while Australia still tops the list.
Which two countries have similar flags, differing only by the reversed placement of colors?
Poland and Indonesia. The popular story of Indonesian flag is that when Indonesia threw out the Dutch after some 300 years of colonial rule, the nationalists tore off the blue part of the Dutch red-white-blue.