Parents as Leaders

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Parents as Leaders

  1. 1. parent University
  2. 2. Parents as Leaders ParentUniversity
  3. 3. Parents as Leaders ParentUniversity
  4. 4. ParentUniversity
  5. 5. Japan
  6. 6. India’s Place in the World Japan
  7. 7. Udon are thick Japanese noodles. There are severalSushi is made with vegetable, fish, seaweeds wcays to prepare Udon. nabe mono ", or hotpot recipes ... made in a big stew pot and all share it
  8. 8. Nihon Buyo To be a Nihon Buyo classical dancer it takes about 10 years. The dress is Kimona
  9. 9. Opening and closing ceremony of the Sumo wrestling celebration Sumo wrestling is a traditional sport in Japan like Super Bowl in the U.S.
  10. 10. Japan is the perfect place to discover the pleasure of onsen...Natural Spring water that is warm and people bathe in thewater- Onsen has natural mineral and health benefits
  11. 11. Osaka Castle Mount FujiKinkakuji Tokyo Tower
  12. 12. Traditional wedding in JapanMost couples prefer Christian dress for weddings
  13. 13. Hair style KimonoTraditional attire of the Japanese
  14. 14. Bowing Ojigi – traditional while welcoming, goodbye and thankyou
  15. 15. bUrma
  16. 16. ThailandTHAILANDFrom Burma we went to the Thailand Refugee Camp for 10 years
  17. 17. The red stripes represent the bloodspilt to maintain Thailandsindependence. The white stands forpurity and is the color of Buddhismwhich is the countrys main religion.Blue is Thailands national color and itrepresents the Thai monarchy. Theblue is also used to honor ThailandsWorld War I allies, Great Britain,France, United States and Russia, whoall had red, white and blue flags.
  18. 18. MYANMARWhile writing we say Myanmar but while talking we say Burma
  19. 19. The Blue represents peace andendurance. The red symbolizes courageand gallantry, and the white stands forpurity and honor. Together, the cogwheeland ears of rice represent the countrysindustry and agriculture, as well as theunion of the workers and the peasantclass. The 14 stars above the 14 cogsrepresent the 14 states that form theUnion of Myanmar.
  20. 20. Karenni Deeku FestivalRice wrapped in leaves broom tree and we make sweeping brooms
  21. 21. Kay HToe Boe Festival This is a Kayah Festival
  22. 22. SPECIAL FOODS OF OUR COUNTRY Bamboo shoot Egg plant Jackfruit
  23. 23. Unique in our culture Musical instrument ~Mang ~ FestivalsKayan Culture ~ ringsin the neck, ankles, andhand bangles~ start at Kayah outfit forage 7 ~change once celebrations -2-3 years – special festivalsperson to remove it
  24. 24. Beautiful place in my country Pagoda in Burma Buddhist religion
  25. 25. Kayah olden style outfit
  26. 26. Kayah, Kayaah and Kayoh outfits
  27. 27. Modern Kayah outfit
  28. 28. See in Thailand Refugee Camp ~ Married to Law Reh
  29. 29. Chicken Bone ~ KayahPriest from Burma~ Culture ~ astrology ~ whencomes to the Thailand sick or for kids futureRefugee Camp
  30. 30. Oufits~Kayan and Kayah Loungi~EngeeKayah Bombi and Engee
  31. 31. Kayan lady weaving the shawls, weave baskets with bamboo too
  32. 32. elsalvador
  33. 33. INDEPENDENCE DAY – SEPT 15
  34. 34. DIVINO EL SALVADOR DEL MUNDO
  35. 35. Special foods in our country
  36. 36. Tamalaoes – Chicken, turkey, pork filling
  37. 37. Pupusas
  38. 38. Fruits from our country that we don’t find here? Jacotes Mameyes
  39. 39. Beautiful places in our country Monumento El Salvador delmundo
  40. 40. Beautiful places in our country SAN SALVADOR - CAPITAL
  41. 41. Traditional clothing in my country This is the dress they wear for special events
  42. 42. PARENTUNIVERSIT Y THE END Poornima D’Souza School-Home Liaison School Falls School District.

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