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And there is even evidence of Armenian traders in Lhasa, Tibet, as early as the 1680s. Armenians were a notable presence in the world of trade and industry in Singapore, Penang (Malaysia), Java (Indonesia), Hong Kong, and Japan during the 1800s, up to the early-to-mid-20th century.
The island city-state of Singapore – with its strategic location on the world’s shipping routes – is particularly well-known as the location of some noteworthy Diaspora achievements.
The plateau is bordered on the east by Iran, on the west by Asia Minor, on the north by the Transcaucasian plains, and on the south by the Mesopotamian plains.
Armenians also identify themselves as the people of Ararat/Urartu and of Nairi, and their habitat as nairian ashkharh or yergir nairian .
Armenians have called themselves Torkomian or Torgomian .
The first Christian church of Singapore was built by Armenians there in 1835, consecrated the following year. Gregory the Illuminator, the Armenian patron saint, and stands today as a national landmark.
The famous Raffles Hotel of Singapore, for its part, was Armenian-owned and -operated.