from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The act or process of making or becoming Asian in character, culture, or outlook.
- n. Development of more complex, integral relations among Asian nations, apart from external involvements.
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- n. The process of becoming Asian in character or culture
- n. The conversion of something (such as the plot of a film) so as to use Asian characters and settings
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Chinese policy makers also frequently talk to the "Asianization" of international relations in the region.
"China wants to push 'Asianization' of the renminbi," says Yang Fan , an economist with the China University of Political Science and Law.
The stories of both Yue Feng and Ximen suggest that some Southeast Asian sex practices were introduced and practiced in Chinese elite culture (a process of Southeast Asianization), and that these practices might first have spread through Yunnan, which further signifies Yunnan's role in Sino-Southeast Asian interactions. 209
Note 165: Ho Ping-Ti instead prefers terms such as "Central-Asianization" or "Western-Asianization," as his discussions mainly focus on the northern frontiers.
And it was undergirded by a vast cultural and demographic transformation: with the Americanization of Asia came the human movements that have created a certain Asianization of America.
What is more, the deal is very likely to be on terms that will allow Qantas to press ahead with its "Asianization" strategy.
Asia-Pacific financial hubs such as Hong Kong, Seoul, Shanghai, Sydney, and Tokyo are leveraging globalization to spur an accelerating Asianization.
Tokyo are leveraging globalization to spur an accelerating Asianization.