Music. Foods Rice - jasmine or sticky C urries - r ed/green paste with coconut milk Papaya Salad - spicy, sweet, salty, sour Pad Thai – fried noodle Tom Yam - spicy and sour soup Nam Prik - herbs & spices dipping sauce. The Culture of Thailand.
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The Culture of Thailand
Traditional music - instruments are influenced from Persian, India, and China.
Traditional Theatre Play- include classical dance and drama
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By: Caroline Lee
November 3, 2011
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February 7 – MakhaBucha - celebrates Buddha’s first sermon in to his disciplines
April 6 - Chakri Day - celebrates the founding of the current dynasty, Rama I
April 13-15 – Songkarn - Thai New Year (Water Festival)
May 1 – National Labor Day
August 15- Queen’s Birthday/Mother Day
December 5 – King’s Birthday/Father Day
December 10 – Constitution Day - celebrate the date in 1932 when the country was granted its first constitution
Elephant –symbol for strength
Facts about China
Location: Southeast Asia
Capital City: Bangkok
Currency: Thai Baht
Government: Constitutional Monarchy
Thai Sala/Pavilion – symbol for their architecture