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a grasping official, a greedy mandarin貪官 [tan1 guan1]
a grasping official, a greedy mandarin贪官 [tan1 guan1]
a kind of water bird resembling a mandarin duck鸂鶒 [xi1 chi4]
a treacherous official, a mandarin who conspires against the state奸官 [jian1 guan1]
Aceh province of Indonesia in northwest Sumatra亚齐省 [Ya4 qi2 sheng3]
Aceh province of Indonesia in northwest Sumatra亞齊省 [Ya4 qi2 sheng3]
Aceh province of Indonesia in northwest Sumatra, Aceh sultanate 16th-19th century亚齐 [Ya4 qi2]
Aceh province of Indonesia in northwest Sumatra, Aceh sultanate 16th-19th century亞齊 [Ya4 qi2]
Bali (island in Indonesia)巴厘 [Ba1 li2]
Bali (island in Indonesia)巴厘岛 [Ba1 li2 dao3]
Bali (island in Indonesia)巴厘島 [Ba1 li2 dao3]
Banda Aceh, capital of Aceh province of Indonesia in northwest Sumatra班达亚齐 [Ban1 da2 ya4 qi2]
Banda Aceh, capital of Aceh province of Indonesia in northwest Sumatra班達亞齊 [Ban1 da2 ya4 qi2]
Bandung (city in Indonesia)万隆 [Wan4 long2]
Bandung (city in Indonesia)萬隆 [Wan4 long2]
Borneo province of Indonesia on Kalimantan Island)婆囉洲 [Po2 luo2 zhou1]
Borneo province of Indonesia on Kalimantan Island)婆罗洲 [Po2 luo2 zhou1]
Borobudur (in Java, Indonesia)婆罗浮屠 [Po2 luo2 fu2 tu2]
Borobudur (in Java, Indonesia)婆羅浮屠 [Po2 luo2 fu2 tu2]
Chinese language (Mandarin), emphasizing its national nature, Chinese as a primary or secondary school subject, Chinese in the context of the Nationalist Government, Guoyu, book of historical narrative c. 10th-5th century BC国语 [guo2 yu3]
Chinese language (Mandarin), emphasizing its national nature, Chinese as a primary or secondary school subject, Chinese in the context of the Nationalist Government, Guoyu, book of historical narrative c. 10th-5th century BC國語 [guo2 yu3]
cogon grass (Imperata cylindrica), used as thatching material in China and Indonesia白茅 [bai2 mao2]
Eid ul-Fitr or Hari Raya (Muslim day of celebration after Ramadan); the latter name is commonly used in Malaysia and Indonesia开斋节 [Kai1 zhai1 jie2]
Eid ul-Fitr or Hari Raya (Muslim day of celebration after Ramadan); the latter name is commonly used in Malaysia and Indonesia開齋節 [Kai1 zhai1 jie2]
Indonesia印度尼西亚 [Yin4 du4 ni2 xi1 ya4]
Indonesia印度尼西亞 [Yin4 du4 ni2 xi1 ya4]
Indonesia (abbr. for 印度尼西亞|印度尼西亚)印尼 [Yin4 ni2]
Jakarta, capital of Indonesia雅加达 [Ya3 jia1 da2]
Jakarta, capital of Indonesia雅加達 [Ya3 jia1 da2]
Java (island of Indonesia)爪哇 [Zhao3 wa1]
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