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The Meso-Melanesian languages are a linkage of Oceanic languages spoken in the large Melanesian islands of New Ireland and the Solomon Islands east of New Guinea.
Bagan Datuk is a town and mukim in southwestern Perak, Malaysia.
Tiang Sirikhanth was a Thai politician and a Seri Thai resistance leader during World War II.
Tan Sri Datuk Amar Ong Kee Hui was a Malaysian Chinese politician and founder / President of the Sarawak United People's Party. His family trace their origins to Longhai, Fujian Province, China.
Dyaul Island is an island in New Ireland Province, Papua New Guinea. Its area is 100 km2. The inhabitants live mainly in seven villages, and frequently visit Kavieng, the capital of the province, for supplies or to sell produce and fish. There are two languages, not counting Tok Pisin, spoken on Dyaul; Tigak and Tiang. Tigak is widely spoken on the western end of the island in two villages. Tiang is spoken across the remainder of the island.
The Tiang language also known as Djaul is a language spoken in Papua New Guinea.
Kapuk is an administrative village in the Cengkareng district of Indonesia. An industrial area, Kapuk is nonetheless also home to part of Pantai Indah Kapuk, one of Jakarta's most prestigious suburbs.
Rawa Buaya is an administrative village in the Cengkareng district of Indonesia. It formed part of the particuliere landen or private estates of N.V. Landbouw Maatschappij Tan Tiang Po, a colonial company belonging to Luitenant der Chinezen Tan Tiang Po and his son, Tan Liok Tiauw, Landheeren of Batoe-Tjepper.
Sapai Glai Peun Tiang is a Thai drama produced by Channel 3 and stars Chakrit Yamnam and Ann Thongprasom.
Thomas Tiang Ah Song is an architect based in Malaysia. In the 1970s, he was responsible for a few of Malaysia's earliest shopping centers, including one of the first South East Asian shopping centres, the modernist Ampang Park Shopping Centre. Ampang Park opened in March 1973; standing as the first and oldest shopping centre in Malaysia. The complex was developed by the Low Keng Huat Brothers Realty Sdn Bhd who were also the developers of the first shopping complex in Singapore; People's Park. The complex was 3 storeys tall, and because of cross-ventilation, its central atrium was, and remains, mostly un air-conditioned. It featured lifts, escalators, a carpark, and had 260,000 SF of commercial space. In addition to Tiang, the project architect, as listed in an advertisement, was the Design Partnership. Despite the shopping centre being over 40 years old, it still functions as a successful shopping hub.
The tiang is a subspecies of the tsessebe, an African antelope. Tiang are found primarily in southern Chad, northern Central African Republic, and south-west Sudan to south-western Ethiopia, and extreme north-western Kenya.
Bagan Datuk is a federal constituency in Perak, Malaysia, that has been represented in the Dewan Rakyat since 1959.
Ranau is a federal constituency in Sabah, Malaysia, that has been represented in the Dewan Rakyat since 2004.
Gerik is a federal constituency in Perak, Malaysia, that has been represented in the Dewan Rakyat since 1974.
Pendang is a federal constituency in Kedah, Malaysia, that has been represented in the Dewan Rakyat since 1986.
Kapitan China Ong Tiang Swee, was a renowned Chinese leader and businessman in Sarawak. He was Kapitan China of Sarawak and President of the Chinese Chamber of Commerce, as well as an advisor on Chinese Affairs and confidant to Rajah Charles Brooke. He was also the first Chinese nominated to the Sarawak Council Negri in 1937.
Sungai Tiang is a state constituency in Kedah, Malaysia, that has been represented in the Kedah State Legislative Assembly.
Hang Tuah Jaya is a federal constituency in Malacca, Malaysia, that has been represented in the Dewan Rakyat since 2018.
Jeremy Tiang is a Singaporean writer, translator and playwright based in New York City. Tiang won the 2018 Singapore Literature Prize for English fiction for his debut novel, State of Emergency (2017), which traces leftist movements throughout Singapore's history.
Never Grow Up is a 2015 autobiography by Jackie Chan with Zhu Mo. The book tells of Chan's life story from childhood years at the China Drama Academy, his big breaks in Hong Kong and Hollywood and honorary Academy Award for his lifetime achievement in film, and his life as a husband and father. In December 2018, the book was released in English, translated by Jeremy Tiang, with the title Never Grow Up.