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Thailand Culture ^.^

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Rosa Lopez

on 10 December 2012

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By: Rosa Lopez Religion Education Fun Facts Food tropical; rainy, warm, cloudy southwest monsoon (May to September); dry, cool northeast monsoon (November to March); southern part always hot and humid
Thai people judge each other on their clothing and accessories.
Women do not wear hosiery when they dress in conservative business apparel .
Thailand clothing is very colorful as well as attractive and is usually designed based on the climate Buddhism is the main religion in Thailand followed by muslim as well as other common religions.
Jewish is the smallest religion followed in Thailand.
Buddhist monks have always been accorded great respect for renouncing worldly pleasures and seriously undertaking the study of the buddha teaching to attain a "Perfect Manhood" The Capital of Thailand is Bangkok.
Thai people use the phrase "land of the free" to express pride in the fact that Thailand is the only country in southwest Asia that was never colonized by european power.
In the past all Thailand young men & kings became Monks for a short period of time before their 20th birthday
Thailand Houses the worlds largest fish, the 12meter Rhincondon A.K.A "the wale shark"
The movie "Hangover 2" was filmed in Bangkok,Thailand & They had monks in parts of the movie. Thailand food was traditionally eaten with the right hand while sitting on a mat or carpet , Now in days Thai people use forks/spoons and tables, and occasionally they use the traditional way of eating
Their food occasionally contains, Many types of Sauces and Condiments and Vegetables as well as white rice and sea food. Climate/Clothing Thailand Culture A free basic education of twelve years is guaranteed . Must attend school for a minimum of nine years. The school systems are divided into groups such as Prathom 1-2, Prathom 4-6 and Mattayom.
The grading system in Thailand uses numbers and the highest grade is a 4 & the lowest is a 1. The only grading that uses "Letter Grades" is when grading English homework/Tests Government The Prime Minister of Thailand (Thai: ; Nayok Ratthamontri Haeng Ratcha-anachak Thai)
Thaliand has no president because they condider the prime minister their president.
. The incumbent PM is Yingluck Shinawatra, leader of the Pheu Thai Party. She has held the position since 5 August 2011.
King: Bhumibol Adulyadej
Government: Parliamentary system, Unitary state, Constitutional monarchy
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