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southeast asia

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William Heinen

on 27 April 2010

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Transcript of southeast asia

Southeast Asia Cambodia government- Monarchy headed by King "celestial dancers"-classical cambodian dance Heian Period costume Khmer culture Cambodian Noodles Cambodian School Children Theravada Buddism Indonesia Pancasila Religion- 85% Muslim, 10% Christian Government provides primary and intermediate schooling for a small fee Indonesian culture has inherited an interesting blend of its Hindu, Buddists, Islamic, and Portugese history Hokkien shrimp noodle curry soup Batik Shoe Traditional Balinese Dances was entertainment in Indonesia Vietnam Communist State Government Mahayana Buddism, Taoism, and Confucianism Children ages 6-10 are required to attend school Lehoi Culture Shrimp they wear colorful clothes Vietnam Buffalo Fighting Festival Philippines Republic Government Christians The law requires children from 7 to 12 years old to go to school atleast through the 6th grade They have many festivals for their entertainment Garlic Shrimp Philippines wear casual clothes Their culture is a mix of diverse cultures Malaysia Government is a constitutional monarchy and parlimentary democracy Malaysia culture is racially and ethnically diverse Islam is the religion of almost all Malays Children start school at 6 years old. They remain in primary schools for six years then go to secondary schools Their food is called Satay Traditional Asian Fabrics They have music as entertainment ringgit dong Indonesian Rupiah Riel Philippine Peso
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