Indonesian Orthodox Church (ROCOR)http://friendsofindonesia.org/
Friends of Indonesia exists to raise awareness and support for the Indonesian Orthodox Church. The vision of those who support the Indonesian Orthodox Church is to infuse the local Indonesian culture with Orthodoxy and in the United States is to make known Orthodoxy among people of Oriental and Asian backgrounds. It is hoped that the Orthodox Church in Indonesia reflects the local culture, reaching people on a familiar and cultural level.Japanese Orthodox Church (Moscow Patriarchate) http://www.orthodoxjapan.jp/http://orthodoxwiki.org/Japan
St. Nicholas of Japan (baptized as Ivan Dimitrievich Kasatkin) brought Orthodoxy to Japan in the 19th Century. In 1861 he was sent by the Church of Russia to Hakodate, Hokkaido, as a priest to a chapel of the Russian consulate. Though the contemporary Shogun's government prohibited the Japanese conversion to Christianity, soon some neighbors who frequently visited the chapel. In April 1868, among them three converted -- Nicholas's first three converts in Japan. While they were his first converts in Japan, they were not the first Japanese to do so—some Japanese who had settled in Russia had converted to Orthodoxy.Chinise Orthodox Church (Moscow Patriarchate)http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_Orthodox_Churchhttp://www.orthodox.cn/
Chinese Orthodox Church is an autonomous Eastern Orthodox church in China, which, prior to the Chinese Cultural Revolution in 1966, was estimated to have as many as twenty thousand members. It was granted autonomy by its mother church, the Russian Orthodox Church in the mid 1950s. Nowadays, Orthodox Christianity is practiced primarily by the ethnic Russian minority in China.