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SOUTHEAST ASIA

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!SOUTHEAST ASIA! BRUNEI CULTURE The culture of Brunei is predominantly Malay (reflecting its ethnicity), with heavy influences from Islam, but is seen as more conservative than Malaysia.

FOOD Breakfast can be savoury - sticky rice cubes or fried rice - sweet with local cakes like pinyaram, katilapam, calak, tapai and kuripit. The midday and late evening meals have more dishes or lauk-pauk served with rice. GOVERNMENT The politics of Brunei take place in a framework of an absolute monarchy, whereby the Sultan of Brunei is both head of state and head of government. education Education is free for all citizens. Any child aged five years or older is offered free government schooling. Everything is covered by the government including tuition, textbooks, supplies, food, transportation and even accommodation for students who come from rural areas religion Islam is the official religion of Brunei at 67 percent, and the sultan is the head of the religion in the country. Other faiths practised are Buddhism (13 percent, mainly by the Chinese) and Christianity (11 percent). fashion most women in Brunei wear dresses, skirts, etc. just like Americans. entainment most people in Brunei
like to shop, hike, and
hang out with their fam. currency Currency in Brunei Darussalam:
Bruneian dollar (BND)

Columbia Food
Colombian food is characterized by its blending of European cuisine with aspects of African and indigenous cuisine.

fashion
many men wear dress clothing like dress pants and shirts, but if not working most of them would wear jeans and t-shirts or shirts. Woman are very careful with their clothing: they wear tight pants. They like to wear blouses. Young females wear short t-shirts that show their bellies, for pants they wear trendy pants, many with decorations and many wear waistless jeans
religion more than 95% of the population adheres to Christianity,[56] the vast majority of which (between 81% and 90%) are Roman Catholic. About 1% of Colombians adhere to indigenous religions and under 1% to Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism. However, despite high numbers of adherents, around 60% dont practice their faiths. Education Education in Colombia comprehends the formal and non-formal education. Formal education is composed of nursery school, elementary school, high school and technical instruction and college education. The basic goal expected for the average citizen is of 11 grades (elementary school and mid highschool). GOVERNMENT The government of Colombia is a liberal democracy with separation of powers into executive, judicial and legislative branches. Its legislature has a congress, its judiciary has a supreme court, and its executive branch has a president.

MONEY
Currency in Brunei Darussalam: Bruneian dollar (BND) CULTURE Many aspects of Colombian culture can be traced back to the culture of Spain of the sixteenth century ENTAINMENT They play soccer alot and like to dance. money COP - Columbian Peso Indoesia culture Indonesia has around 300 ethnic groups, each with cultural differences developed over centuries, and influenced by Indian, Arabic, Chinese, Malay, and European sources entainment Many people play badminton and football Money Indonesian Rupiah Food Indonesia’s indigenous techniques and ingredients are influenced by India, the Middle East, China and finally Europe and influenced by local Indonesian culture and foreign influences.
government The politics of Indonesia takes place in a framework of a presidential representative democratic republic.
fashion Wear clothing that minimizes leg/arm exposure. No 'loud' clothing. Some temples require you remove your shoes; carry heavy socks to cover your shoes (if permitted) or feet (when demanded) but carry your shoes in a bag with you education In Indonesia, all citizens must undertake nine years of compulsory education, six years at elementary level and three in middle school.
religion The government officially only recognizes six religions, namely Islam, Protestantism, Catholicism, Hinduism, Buddhism and Confucianism. But the people have a freedom of religion.
Malaysia culture Malaysian culture or Malaya culture is a mixture of Malay, Chinese, Indian, and various indigenous tribes dating back to more than fifteen hundred years ago from a Kedah kingdom in Lembah Bujang. food Malaysian cuisine reflects the multicultural aspects but rice is the main thing in al meals. education Education in Malaysia is overseen by two government ministries: the Ministry of Education for matters up to the secondary level, and the Ministry of Higher Education for tertiary education. religion Malaysia is a multiconfessional society, with slightly more than half of its people being Muslims. money Malaysian currency is known as Ringgit Malaysia. fashion Baju is the term for clothing in the Malay language.The Malay wear the baju kurung and the baju kebaya . As for the men, they wear the baju melayu. entainment Malaysian people like to listen
to music, dance, and have family
gatherings. Government Malaysia is a federal constitutional elective monarchy. Thailand culture The culture of Thailand incorporates a great deal of influence from India, China, Cambodia, and the rest of Southeast Asia. food Most of the dishes in Thai cuisine combine herbs, spices and fruit, including: chili, galangal, garlic, lime leaves, basil, sweet basil, lime, lemongrass, coriander, pepper, turmeric, and shallots.

education The first three years in elementary school, Prathom 1-3, are for age groups 6-8, the second level, Prathom 4-6 are for age groups 9 -11, the third level, Matthayom 1-3, for age groups 12 -14. The secondary level of schooling consists of Matthayom 4-6, for age groups 15-17 & divided into academic & vocational streams. religion 94.7% of Thais are Buddhists making it the main
religion of Thailand and Muslism is the second
biggest religion at 4.6%. government Thailand goverment is constitutional monarchy under a parliamentary democratic system. fashion They wear brightly colored clothing normally made of silk, but only on hoilday. Everyday life they normally wear Western style clothing. entainment In Thailand they like to play the sport of Muay Thai money
Currency in Thailand: Baht (THB)

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