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This is a Buddhist Temple.
The red symbolizes the blood of life. The blue symbolizes the monarchy. And the while symbolizes the purity of Buddhist faith.
This a skyline view of Bangkok is Thailand.
Slogan - "The Miracle of Thailand"
This is a beautiful beach!
These mountains bring lots of geography to the land.
Thailand has a bunch of lanforms. Other then beaches and mountains, it has plains also!
Thailand is a country of very diverse cultures. First of all, the arts. Thai loves to dance, play music, and art. There is no such thing as drama in Thailand, but Thai dance fills its place. Most art is based on Buddhist religon.
Next, the main sport in Thailand is Thai boxing. (Basicly just kick boxing). Most people in Thailand are Buddhist.
There is no drama in Thailand... Thai Dancing replaces that.
Traditinoal Thai Wedding
Traditinoal Thai wedding are very interesting. The couple gets on their knees and prays to Buddha.
Thailands major religon is Buddhist. Here is our god.
Thai art is mostly used in Buddhist settings.
The natinoal sport of Thailand is boxing.
Thai food is some of the best in the world.
The citizens do have the right to vote. Both men and wemon can vote... Of course at the age of eight-teen. Although wemon do have the right to vote and to be in the government, they are not respected enough. Wemon and men do not have equal rights. For instance, wemon can not file a divorce to their jusbands, nut the husbaqnds can to the wife. In a divorce situation, custody of kids goes to the dad. Wemon are allowed to leggaly make bank loans, but they have to get their husbands approval. Therefore, equality is not in Thailand. Education in Thailand: Children do have acsess to free schools, at the age of six to twelve. About ninty percent of children go to school. In 1995, only six million were attending school. That following year only three point eight million were attending school.
The Garuda symbolizes the government and people of Thailand, as Lord Vishnu symbolizes King of Thailand.
This is the king of Thailand.
This is the government building in Thailand.
Some things we export:
- Fishing products
- Electrical Devices
- Leather products
- Household products
- And much, much, more: http://www.thailandexportguide.com/
We have many industries. First, the agriculture, forestry, and fishing industry. In 2008, this only took up 8.4 percent to GDP. Some crops grown are coconuts, corn, rubber, soy beans, sugarcane, rice, and tapioca. The next industry is manufacturing. In 2007, this industry made up about 44 percent of the GDP. Thailand is becoming the center of car manufacturing in the Southeast Asia Nations market. Thailand;s electronic industry faces competition against Malaysia and Singapore, while its textile faces China and Vietnam. Now the tourism economy. Tourism is the largest in Thailand compared to other Southeastern countries. Most tourist come to Thailand for relaxation. (Beaches) Although Bangkok has seen an tourism increase over the past years. In 2007, about 14 million people visited Thailand!
Thailand has a huge exporting industry.
Thailand's tourism economy is booming.
Thailand's is a big manufacturing country.