In being involved in the missionary effort in Asia and the Pacific from the sixteenth century onwards, the Augustinians were often working beside other religious orders of the Catholic Church. This was particularly true of the Franciscans and the Jesuits, who often arrived there before the Augustinians and who also were present in greater numbers. Even so, the total number of years invested by Augustinians there was considerable, as can be seen hereunder.
Reference Maps of the Middle East, Far East and the Asian Pacific. http://www.bugbog.com/maps/asia/asia_map.html
....(1) Portuguese Involvement
Mombasa (now in Kenya, East Africa): years 1593 to 1698.
Hormuz (now in Iran): years 1573 to 1622.
Isfahan (now in Iran): 1602 to no later than 1622.
Bacaim, the Mumbai/Bombay area of India:
Goa (now in India):
Malabar, including Cochin (now in Kerala State, India): 74 years from 1579 onwards, and returned there again in 1978.
Ceylon (now Sri Lanka):
Coromandel (Madras area of India):
Chittagong (now in Bangladesh) and in nearby Calcutta, India:
....(2) Spanish Involvement
The Philippines - begun by Spanish Augustinians.
Japan - begun by Portuguese, Spanish and much later by the American Augustinians.
....(3) Other Augustinian Involvement
Australia - begun by Irish Augustinians.
Indonesia - begun by Dutch Augustinians.
South Korea - begun by Australian and English Augustinians, and later joined by Augustinians from the Philippines.
Although much effort has been made to present the above material accurately and fairly, it is recommended that it not be used without cross-checking it with other sources.