In this speech given at the Dar al Islam Institute in New Mexico, Sulayman Nyang captures the history of the Muslim experience in Central, South and Southeast Asia. Traveling Muslim armies and trading expeditions gave rise to the spread and development of Islam in this part of the world many centuries ago. And although the distinct cultures, languages and dynasties that existed in this region all presented various barriers for Islamic development they also presented many opportunities. Learn the fascinating history behind the knowledge transfer between the Arab Muslims and the Hindus, Chinese and other Asians from language blending, cultural adaptations, building of Masjids and other community establishments. How did the coming of Islam affect these groups and influence what we now see in Asia today?