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South East Asia

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on 29 April 2010

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SouthEåst Asiå § § By: Cåde Leßlånc ô ô Indonisia ¤ ¤ ¤ ¤ Cùltùre: Indonesia has one of the most ethnically diverse populations in the world, with people from about 300 ethnic groups. The largest ethnic group is the Javanese, who live mostly on the island of Java and make up about 41 percent of Indonesia's population. Religon: More than 85 percent of the Indonesian people are Muslims, and about 10 percent are Christians. Many of Indonesia's Muslims follow Islam less strictly than other Muslims do. For example, many Indonesians combine ancestor and nature worship with Islam or Christianity. Fööd: The main food of Indonesians is rice, boiled or fried in various ways and served with a great variety of other foods. Indonesians eat their rice with meat, fish or a fish sauce, or vegetables; or they simply flavor it with hot spices. Indonesian cooks often simmer food in coconut milk and oil, and sometimes serve it wrapped in banana or coconut leaves. Fa§ion: The traditional clothing of Indonesian men and women is a colorful skirt called a sarong or a kain. A sarong is a long strip of cloth wrapped around the body. A kain is similar, but with the ends sewn together. Men wear a shirt with trousers, or a sarong. Women usually wear a long-sleeved blouse and a sarong or kain. Schòöl: The schools do not run on the Duey decimal system much like ours,
they concentrate on how well a student does in school to determine what job they will get. Most schools are not funded by the government. Teachers and faculty must pay out-of-pocket for suplies. Government: : _____________ ______________ . The Indonesian government is based on a set of beliefs known as Pancasila. Pancasila consists of five principles: belief in one God, humanitarianism, the unity of Indonesia, democracy based on deliberation and consensus among representatives, and social justice for all people. Sukarno, Indonesia's first president, set forth the principles of Pancasila in 1945 and made it an official state doctrine. Entertainment: The most famous arts of Indonesia include two types of traditional dancing: the dances of the old royal courts of Java and the dramatic folk dances of Bali. Both types of dancers wear elaborate costumes and heavy makeup or masks. Javanese dances consist of slow, elaborate motions in which even finger gestures have a meaning. The dances may represent scenes of adventure, battle, or love. Balinese dances have quicker rhythms and more forceful movements. Many Balinese dances have a religious meaning and are based on ancient Hindu stories. :$: Curen¢y :$: They are called "Rupiahs" 1 Rupiah to every 0.000111$ Exchange rate:
§ « » Laòs ô ô Culture The Lao Lum—that is, the Lao of the lowlands—include the ethnic Lao, as well as the Lu, Phuan, and various upland Tai tribes. The Lao Lum speak Tai languages, including Lao, which is the official language of Laos. Most Lao Lum live in villages of 40 to 50 households. Their houses are typically built above the ground on wooden posts. Most Lao Lum are Buddhists, and the wat (temple) is the social center of the village. They grow rice on irrigated paddies. Their main food is glutinous (sticky) rice eaten with chopped meat or fish and vegetables. Religon The religeon is loose but most of the residents of Laos follow Budhism. Food . wide veriety of food School ___
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You should read it some time. ____ ___ No information given. _ - Goverment Laos has little industrial development, and the country is the poorest in Southeast Asia. Following the Communist take-over in 1975, the government tightly controlled the economy. Since the late 1980's, however, the authorities have relaxed their hold on the economy and encouraged private enterprise and foreign investment and is mostly a comunist country. Choummaly Sayasone Entertainment The comunity of laos is rather boring. Not many public events go on in most parts of the coutry but is most popular in the movie industry.
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Culture: Religon _ _ :Most of Cambodia's people are Khmer, one of the oldest ethnic groups in Southeast Asia. They speak the Khmer language, which has its own alphabet. Most Khmer are farmers, laborers, or soldiers. Vietnamese make up the second largest ethnic group in Cambodia. The vast majority of Cambodians are Buddhists. Cambodia is chiefly a farming nation. Its relatively flat land, plentiful water, and tropical climate are ideal for growing rice. By Western standards, its farms are small, and the farmers have few modern tools. The country has few factories and imports most of the manufactured goods it needs. Government Cambodia is a monarchy with a king as head of state. But the king has only ceremonial powers. A prime minister heads the government. Cambodia's legislature consists of a National Assembly and a Senate. The voters elect the members of the Assembly. Members of the Senate are chosen by local councilors, National Assembly members, and the king. Food: C < C . . . . Most Cambodians live in villages of 100 to 400 people and work on rice fields near the villages. Rice and fish are the main foods. School: About one-quarter of Cambodian adults cannot read or write. Some parts of the country do not have schools. Entertainment: The natives to cambodia only have minor entertainment.
The country itself does not have many public events other than parades. The movie
district is also very small. Currency: It is called a "Riel" Exchange rate= 1 Riel to ??? $ ~ ~ ~
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