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The Japanese Mission opened in but closed in and was not reopened until The Singapore Mission was organized in The Taiwan Mission [later renamed the Taiwan Taipei Mission] was organized in and Thailand became its own mission in The Singapore and Indonesia Jakarta Missions periodically closed and reopened between the mids and the mids.
There were 50, Latter-day Saints in Asia in  and approximately , members in East Asia by East Asian LDS membership numbered , in , , in , , in , and , members in There were , members in and , in Among countries with a known church presence, the ratio of the general population to LDS membership varies from a high of one member per , in Burma to a low of one member per in the Philippines.
In , one in 2, was LDS. LDS congregations numbered 1, in , 1, in , 1, in , 1, in , and 1, in early Likely between and groups operate in the region primary in China and the Philippines. Other countries which have stakes at present provided with the year the first stake was organized include the Philippines and South Korea , Hong Kong and Taiwan , Singapore and Thailand , Mongolia , and Indonesia The number of stakes increased from one in to 28 in , 76 in , 94 in , in , in , in , and in May In May , stakes discontinued since were located in the Philippines 6 , Japan 4 , and Hong Kong and new stakes organized were located in the Philippines 17 , Taiwan 5 , Japan 2 , and Mongolia and Indonesia 1.
The number of districts in East Asia numbered 57 in , in , in , in , in , and in May The number of active members per congregation varies widely by country and region, with some branches and wards in Japan and South Korea with fewer than 50 active members whereas some wards in the Philippines have as many as active members. Some branches in the region have as few as 30 active members, particularly in Japan and South Korea. Today convert retention rates in the region rank from modest to excellent, with the highest retention rates occurring in China, Laos, Burma, and the lowest convert retention rates occurring in the Philippines, Cambodia, and Malaysia.
Open houses in developing nations are commonly utilized to find investigators. New investigators are found in nations with government restrictions barring open proselytism primarily by member referral. Full-time missionaries utilize English classes and street proselytism to find investigators in South Korea, Japan, and Taiwan and have generally received few member referrals in the past. Select passages of the Book of Mormon and limited numbers of church materials are available in Laotian.