Mar 212015
 
Jazz is set in the rugged outback of Australia

Jazz is set in the rugged outback of Australia

Travel to Vietnam in 1968 as lesbian nurse, Lt. Dee cares for the wounded and manages to fall in love

Travel to Vietnam in 1968 as lesbian nurse, Lt. Dee cares for the wounded and manages to fall in love

Paula here on a joyful note.   My Amazon ebooks in Asian countries are “taking off.”  At first, I wondered why North America and Europe were the first to grab them.  Next came Australia and New Zealand, but Asia lagged behind.  I wondered if they were over priced at $3.99 US, but these countries have a large middle class population of lesbians.

Jazz uses the city of London as her personal bedroom for lesbians

Jazz uses the city of London as her personal bedroom for lesbianshad to wait a year until the beginning of 2015.

I had to wait a year until the beginning of 2015.

Asian Lesbians ” Thank You” in your native language.

JapanありがとArigatō

China xie xie is 谢谢. (no sales from mainland China, but this thank you is for future orders. LOL.

Hindi (India) धन्यवाद Dhan’yavāda

Bengali (India) তোমাকে ধন্যবাদ Tōmākē dhan’yabāda

Urdu آپ کا شکریہ  spoken in Pakistan and western India  (Pakistan has had a couple of sales -)

Taiwan:  xie xie is 谢谢.     (Taiwan speak Mandarin the same as people on mainland China)

Hong Kong: 唔該 (m̀hgòi) – (The people of Hong Kong speak Cantonese).

Malaysia/Singapore/Indonesia – terima kasih

TWENTY LARGEST ASIAN COUNTRIES BY POPULATION

Rank Country
(or dependent territory)
July 1, 2015
projection[1]
% of
pop.
Average
relative
annual
growth
(%)[2]
Average
absolute
annual
growth
[3]
Estimated
doubling
time
(Years)[4]
Alternative
figure
Date Source
1  China 1,370,793,000 31.35 0.49 6,730,000 141 1,368,820,000 March 20, 2015 Official population clock
2  India 1,299,499,000 29.72 1.64 20,998,000 43 1,210,854,977 March 1, 2011 Final 2011 census result
3  Indonesia 255,462,000 5.84 1.41 3,549,000 50 255,461,700 2015 Official estimate
4  Pakistan 191,785,000 4.39 2.00 3,765,000 35 189,627,000 March 20, 2015 Official population clock
5  Bangladesh 158,762,000 3.63 1.37 2,139,000 51 158,180,000 March 20, 2015 Official population clock
6  Japan 126,896,000 2.90 -0.14 -181,000 126,970,000 February 1, 2015 Monthly official estimate
7  Philippines 102,965,000 2.35 2.13 2,147,000 33 102,965,300 2015 Official estimate
8  Vietnam 91,812,000 2.10 1.16 1,057,000 60 90,493,352 April 1, 2014 Official estimate
9  Iran 78,778,000 1.80 1.29 1,001,000 54 78,207,000 March 20, 2015 Official population clock
10  Turkey 78,214,000 1.79 1.34 1,035,000 52 77,695,904 December 31, 2014 Official estimate
11  Thailand 68,387,000 1.56 0.76 517,000 91 65,926,261 September 1, 2010 2010 census result
12  Burma 52,187,000 1.19 1.22 628,000 57 51,419,420 March 29, 2014 Preliminary 2014 census result
13  South Korea 50,617,000 1.16 0.38 193,000 181 50,617,045 2015 Official estimate
14  Iraq 36,575,000 0.84 2.90 1,030,000 24 36,575,000 2015 Official estimate
15  Saudi Arabia 31,521,000 0.72 2.44 751,000 29 31,521,418 2015 Official estimate
16  Uzbekistan 31,255,000 0.71 1.67 512,000 42 30,492,800 January 1, 2014 Official estimate
17  Malaysia 30,578,000 0.70 1.54 464,000 45 30,430,000 March 20, 2015 Official population clock
18    Nepal 28,038,000 0.64 1.42 392,000 49 28,037,904 2015 Official estimate
19  Afghanistan 27,171,000 0.62 2.31 614,000 30 26,556,800 2014 Official estimate
20  Yemen 26,745,000 0.61 2.95

 

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