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Richie maika Nemil

on 25 February 2015

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Bangkok Rehabilation Centeral
Pattaya Beach.
Thailand (previously known as Siam) has been populated ever since the dawn of civilization in Asia. There are conflicting opinions of the origins of the Thais. It presumed that about 4,500 years. Thais originated in northwestern Szechuan in China and later migrated down to Thailand along the southern part of China. They split into two main groups. One settled down in the North and became the kingdom of "Lanna" and the other one is in further south, which afterward was defeated by the Khmers and became the kingdom of "Sukhothai".

There are conflicting opinions as to the origins of the Thais. Three decades ago it could be said with presumed certainty that the Thais originated in the southern part of what is now China about 4,500 years ago. Recently, however, this theory has been altered by the discovery of prehistoric artifacts in the village of Ban Chiang in the Nong Han District of UdonThani province in the Northeast. From these evidence of bronze metallurgy going back 3,500 years, as well as other indication of a far more sophisticated culture than any previously suspected by archaeologists. It now appears that the Thais might have originated here in Thailand and later scattered to various parts of Asia, including China.

The controversy over the origin of the Thais shows no sign of definite conclusion as many more theories have been put forward and some even go further to say that Thais were originally of Austronesian rather than Mongoloid. What the outcomes of the dispute may be, by the 13th century the Thais had already settled down within the Southeast Asia.

Moral Lesson
In a family having a child with disability it needs full support from all the members of the family whether its physical, emotional and psychological support.
In a relationship between a husband and a wife it should have trust and respect with each other.
Parents should treat their children with equality.

Literary Elements
Danu Thamrongsakdi - an eight year old polio victim.
Miss Ubol - the superintendent of
the Rehabilitation Centre.
Pitak - friend of Danu.
Darunee - Danu sister
Sriparai - sibling of Darunee and Danu
Kamjorn - father
Aneg- Kamjorn`s bestfriend
Character`s of the story
"You will never know what lies ahead of you."
"Regrets always at the end"
"Point of view"
Danu an eight year old polio victim. He is in a Bangkok Rehabilitation Center, he is scheduled for an operation of his legs. He wanted to see his Mother before he proceed to the operating theater. But his Father don`t allow his Mother to see him. Without the knowledge of his Mother, Kamjorn his father went to him and without knowing that his wife is also on her way to Bangkok by an express train.
In the hospital, Kamjorn accompanying Danu and waiting for his son to went out from the operating theater. He heard a sad news, its was about the train crash. Kamjorn collapsed because he saw the name of his wife in the news paper.
After Danu`s succesful operation, his Father tried to hide his own feelings from his son regarding the death of his wife who happen to be the Mother of Danu. Danu believes that his Mother is not dead, in fact thankful about it.

Bastida, Christy C.
Simbajon, Laura M.
Nemil, Richie Maika O.
Garcia, Lucille O.
Canete, Evelyn, L.
Thank you for watching :)
God bless us all ^_^
"The Operation"
By: Pensri Kiengsiri
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