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C hris, Shohei , Junichi, Risa , Yuuka. Thai history. Contents. Mon Malay Nan Chao ( Nan zheo ) Funan. Introduction . Thai culture was based on other counties such as India or China. There were many ethnic groups in Thailand. . Mon . The Mon are an ethnic group from Myanmar.

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Chris, Shohei, Junichi, Risa, Yuuka

Thai history


Contents

  • Mon

  • Malay

  • Nan Chao ( Nan zheo)

  • Funan


Introduction

  • Thai culture was based on other counties such as India or China.

  • There were many ethnic groups in Thailand.


Mon

  • The Monare an ethnic group from Myanmar.

  • They lived along the southern Thai-Myanmar border.

  • One of the Mon communities close to Bangkok is located on KoKret.

  • Mon controlled most of all Thai province.


Mon History

  • The Mon are the earliest known inhabitants of lower Burma.

  • They founded an empire, and introduced both writing and Buddhism into Burma.


Art influence

  • How did the Mon relate to Thai culture?

  • The Mon influenced Thai culture in architecture and religious paintings.

  • They are good at making potteries. And they influenced Thai in that field.

  • They irrigated to Thailand and they helped farming systems.


Art influence

Terracotta is a famous Mon aircraft.

Many of the inhabitants are of Mon origin, as is reflected in their architecture.


Agriculture influence

  • Today, we eat rice as main staple in Thailand.

  • Mon introduced rice growing to Thailand.


Language influence

  • Mon brought writing system to Thai language.

  • The writing system is based on Sanskrit language.

  • Mon learned Sanskrit language.


Mon Religion

  • They introduced Theravada Buddhism to Thai and converted Thai people from Hinduism in 5th

  • Spirit houses, which locate in the corner of estate of Thai people, were introduced by Mons.

  • Spirit houses is a small shrine for respecting Deity.


Mon Religion

  • Emperor Asoka

    He sent a mission of Buddhist monks to Suwarnabhumi and introduced Therevada Buddhism, which improved new civilization to the Mon.

    Mon told this belief for all south west people.


Others

  • Mon kingdom was stable and expanded well diplomatic relationship with Indians for trading and commerce.

  • The Mon also accepted Indian culture and developed their civilization.


Who is Malays?


Who are the Malays?

  • Malays are group which made of South east Asian people.


Population

  • Malaysia12.3 million

  • Brunei0.25 million

  • Indonesia6.9 million

  • Thailand1.9 million

  • Singapore0.45 million


Origin of Malay

  • Ancestors of Malay people traveled by sea from south China to Taiwan, and later from Taiwan to Borneo and the Philippines.


Influence to Thailand in sport

  • Sepak takrow


Influence to Thailand

  • national emblem


NAN CHAO


Yunnan


Nan Chao Culture


Nan Chao

  • What happened in Nan Chao during 738?

    Nan-chao became a province.


Nan Chao

  • Did Nan Chao fight with other country?


Funan

  • The first century to seven century.

  • Lower part of Mekong river.


Funan’s Influence

- Funan and all its principalities covered much of mainland Southeast Asia.


  • In the 6th century, Mon people and Khmer people assert their independence.


-In the 6th century, Mon people and Khmer people assert their independence.


-Thai commercial ships developed from Funan.


Conclusion

  • Thai culture was influenced by historical ethnic groups such as Mon, Malay, Nan-Chao and Funan. Each ethnic group had unique culture. Therefore, Thai culture became more unique by mixture.


Resources

  • http://www.absoluteastronomy.com/topics/Funan

  • http://www.albany.edu/~gb661/monhist1.html

  • http://www.thailandsworld.com/index.cfm?p=79

  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kingdom_of_Nanzhao

  • http://www.taiwandna.com/MalayPage.htm

  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malay_language

  • http://www.mahidol.ac.th/thailand/culture.html


Resources

  • Peacock James L. “Malays” World book M・13 Chicago; World book, 2008.

  • Peacock James L. “Malays” World book M・13 Chicago; World book, 2008.Peacock James L. “Malays” World book M・13 Chicago; World book, 2008.

  • http://www.tcat.ne.jp/~eden/Hst/dic/malay.html


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