The island nation of Batiks, which has a population of nearly 6,000, has been transformed into a more diverse and cosmopolitan place.

Here are five things you need to know about the country.


It’s one of the most diverse places in Asia.

The Batikis are one of Asia’s most ethnically diverse communities, with a mix of ethnic and nationalities.

The island’s population is the third highest in the world after Singapore and Brunei, with about 15,000 people living there.

The city of Batis has more than 4,000 ethnic minorities and ethnic Chinese, with more than half of them belonging to BatiKas, a group of ethnic minority families who have lived on Batiik for generations.

The town of Batikhar has been called the most ethnocentric town in the region.


Batik has the largest Muslim population in the Philippines.

The largest Muslim community in Batik, the Batik Basik community, is concentrated in the city of Bulacan.

There are around 8,000 Muslims living in Batiikk, about 50% of the entire city.

The rest live in Bulacan and the rest in the surrounding islands.


Batik’s government is more democratic than other Asian countries.

Batia’s president, Tariq Alsaud, is a former vice president and served as an advisor to the United States in the 1970s and 1980s.

He was elected in 2004.

His policies have been championed by the Batika Balik, a powerful minority party that has been fighting against Batik’s Muslim-majority government.


Batike’s president has also served as the country’s vice president.

Tariqs brother, Sultan Mohammad, served as vice president in the 1980s, but was later elected to the presidency in 2004 after he was elected to his position as prime minister in the last round of elections.

In 2005, he became the countrys highest elected official, with an absolute majority.


Batikan has been a leader in the fight against HIV.

In 2016, Batik declared the country the first country in the Americas to declare a national strategy for combating the spread of HIV/AIDS.

A major focus of Batika’s efforts is to build on the success of the governments HIV strategy in Batike, which saw an average reduction of the virus in Batikkas population of 7% in 2015.