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Mountain Provinces Mission headquarters is located at Navy Base Road, Baguio City, Philippines. It covers the whole territory of Apayao, Benguet, Ifugao, Kalinga, and Mountain Provinces. Included in the territory are some upland municipalities of Abra and Ilocos Sur Provinces.

​Mountain View College is a private, co-educational, Seventh-day Adventist college in Valencia, Bukidnon, Philippines which was established in 1949. It was the second Adventist college to be established in the Philippines and the first in Mindanao.

​Mountain View College Academy (MVCA) is one of the secondary schools of the South Philippine Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. Located on a beautiful plateau in the province of Bukidnon, it is overshadowed by the heights of Mounts Dulang-Dulang and Kalatungan—second and fourth highest mountains of the Philippines respectively. The 1,024-hectare campus includes farm, forest, and ranch for the support and training of students in the practical aspects of life.

Albert Munson worked for the Adventist Church in Australia, Indonesia, Singapore, and the United States. He dedicated his life to mission and service through canvassing, preaching, teaching, and civil chaplaincy.

Melvin Munson was an editor, evangelist, and missionary to Indonesia and Singapore.

Ralph Waldo Munson was a Seventh-day Adventist missionary pioneer in Indonesia and Singapore.

​William Lawrence Murrill was a church planter, pastor, educator, administrator, treasurer, missionary, missiologist, and philantrophist.

The Seventh-day Adventist work in Myanmar began in 1902, when Herbert B. Meyers, who had become an Adventist in Kolkata, India, entered the country along with A. G. Watson to sell Adventist books and take subscriptions for the Oriental Watchman Publishing house from Europeans and English-speaking Burmese people.

Myanmar Union Adventist Seminary (MUAS), formerly known as Burma Union Bible Seminary, is a baccalaureate college offering programs in religion, theology, education, and business.

Vicente Nicol Napod was an evangelist, pastor, and administrator in the Philippines and the United States.

Negros Occidental Conference (NOC) is in Central Philippine Union Conference in the Southern Asia-Pacific Division.

​The Negros Oriental-Siquijor Mission of the Central Philippine Union was established in 1997.

​Luciano Trasga Nermal, Jr. was a dynamic Adventist leader, pastor, and church administrator.

​John Milford Nerness served for 20 years in southeast Asia, most notably as the first president of the Sarawak Mission in Kuching, Malaysia.

​Bryce Franklin Newell was a learned man with rich teaching, administrative, and pastoral experiences. He was a dedicated missionary who had served in Indonesia.

Pasoloran Ngadjo was an Adventist pastor, evangelist and administrator of East Indonesia Union Conference. He was the first Seventh-day Adventist minister from Rongkong tribe in Indonesia.

​Edward Ward Niemann was an Adventist pastor, department director, pioneer missionary, treasurer, and church administrator. A missionary from Germany, he oversaw the early years of the Adventist mission work in Indonesia.

Njong Daniel Langie was an Adventist pastor and evangelist in Indonesia.