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Transcript of Culture
Shelter and Tools
Cambodians use wooden plows and rakes.
Imports and Exports
Cambodia's exports are rice, timber, rubber, and clothes made in factories.
The land is a major resource to Cambodians because Cambodians use many resources that they get from planting crops in the land.
Education and Recreation
Some kids can’t go to school because they don't have enough money or they are to busy helping their parents with farm work.
Primary school - 6 years Secondary school - 6 years.
The Mekong river flows through both Thailand and Cambodia.
Arts and Clothing
The women in the family make the clothes.
The dances includes classical and native. There are many different styles in between though.
Customs, Religion and Family
Women worked hard for the family and sold cigars, fruit and clothes.
Cambodians take their shoes off before entering anyones house.
A lot of the houses and farms in Cambodia are broken down.
Cambodia imports vegetables and bullets.
The main jobs in Cambodia are farming, gathering and selling.
Cambodians celebrate a festival called Bonn Om Tuk.
Some of the sports in Thailand are Muay Thai (kick boxing) and Takraw.
In Thailand you always put your family before yourself.
The Killing Feilds is a monument full of skulls from acctual once living humans.
Buddha Golden Tower (Wat Traimit) has 5.5 tons of solid gold. Buddha named Phra Sukhothai Traimit weighs 45 kilograms.
The kids have to take a test at end of each school year and they have the option to take the test again or summer school or stay back.
The earth and rocks are major resources for the people of Thailand.
Thailand's exports are coal, gold, lead, tin, tungsten, manganese, zinc, rare stones, and fish.
Cambodians farming rice
Farming and Earth
15 year old tin miner
Some of the jobs in Thailand include working in factories, faming and mining.
A Factory in Thailand
Woman washing Clothes
Traditional Dance in Cambodia
The classical dances in Thailand are Khon, Lakhon, and Fawn Thai.
Women and men wear traditional clothing to formal events.
Traditional Clothing in Thailand
Cambodian House and Farm
Houses in Thailand are very often found on stilts to avoid flooded houses.
A House in Thailand
The Sab river flows backwards in the wet season when the Mekong river pushes the water back.
The Mekong river goes on the border of Laos and Thailand.
A Man Taking Off His Shoes
Tônlé Sap lake overflows once a year and creates fertile soil.
Religions in Thailand are Buddhism, Muslim, Christianity and Hinduism.
Religions in Cambodia are Angkor, Buddhism and Christianity
Cambodia is part of indochinese peninsula.
Thailand has Gulf of Thailand and the Andaman Sea.
The Andaman Sea
The golden triangle is one of Asia's top opium-producers.