The continent of Asia extends from the Mediterranean in the West to the Pacific in the West: think Hong Kong. I include in my own delineation of Asian borders as being from Siberia in the North to the tip of Saudi Arabia in the South, but some might include a greater part of Russia.
Perhaps the most intriguing jewelry being worn in Asia are the very eclectic 'jangling' jewelry of the various nomadic peoples of the deserts of Asia, in the Karakum and Kizilkum of Turkmenistan, the Gobi and Taklamakan in China, the Sindh in Pakistan and the Sahara in Arabia. I call it jangly or jangling jewelry because it is usually put together in a way that makes a musical sound as the wearer moves. Hollow bracelets may be filled with tiny pellets or stone chips so that they whisper with the wearer's movement. For example this pair of Bedouin bracelets from the Arabian desert of Yemen was created with such an enhancement.