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The current state of knowledge on the relatedness of the major language families of East and Southeast Asia is summarized following a major conference on this topic in Hawai'i in 1993. It is concluded that the Austric hypothesis linking the Austronesian and Austroasiatic language families is based on good evidence and the "homeland" of Austric was perhaps in the middle Yangzi Valley. On the other hand, the hypotheses suggesting common roots between Austro-Thai and Austronesian, and betweendoi:10.7152/bippa.v15i0.11536 fatcat:pzeyl6f2yzef7pa4uej2s2uxky