Here are some names that end in <ese>:
Balinese Chinese Congolese Faroese Genoese Japanese Javanese Lebanese Maltese Milanese Nepalese Pekinese Siamese Viennese Vietnamese
For all of these, and more like them, the ending is pronounced iːz and the final syllable of the word carries the main stress.
When any of these names are are followed by a word beginning with a stressed syllable, then it is very likely that the main stress will be shifted to an earlier syllable. Here are some examples of this: