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  1. 1. CAMBODIA
  2. 2. WHERE IS IT? It is bordered by Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam. It is in the INDOCHINESE PENINSULA. And the capital is Phnom Penh.
  3. 3. HISTORY Between the 11th and 14th century the Cambodia was the strongest country of all Indochinese Peninsula. It was all because of the strong Hindu and the Buddhist Khmer Empire.
  4. 4. HISTORY Continue The first fame and honored people in present-day are in the 1st millennium AD in Cambodia. In the 3rd, 4th, 5th century the states that Indian lived were the Chenla and Funan which is present-day, Cambodia and South West Vietnam. The Khmer Empire was weaken yet until the 15th century. The empire’s power’s center was the Angkor. In 1863 King Nordom, who had been installed by Thailand, sought the protection of France from the Thai and Vietnamese. In 1955, Sihanouk abdicated in favor of his father in order to be elected Prime Minister. Upon is father’s death he became the head-ofstate and took the title of prince. While the Vietnam War moved on, Sihanouk chose an official policy of neutrality in the Cold War until Cambodians began to take side, expelled in 1970 by a military coup led by Prime Minister General Lon Nol and Prince Sisowath Sirik Matak, while trip on abroad. In 1973 the Cambodians were changed in to Communist because they started gaining communist. And in 1989 the peace came to Cambodia because of Peace efforts which began in Paris. After the cruel and violent war of 70’s and 80’s with the destruction of economic, culture, social, and politics of Cambodia was re-built
  5. 5. HISTORY Continue - only in recent years. Again the conflict began to shake again in 1997 so the coup d’etat was remained in placed. Again Cambodia was aided by the 5 countries, Japan, France, West Germany, Canada, and Australia. United States and U.K. were reluctant to provide aid but they did it to the relationship of China.
  6. 6. POPULATION In Cambodia the population is 14 million people. Wow!!! It is not very big but it has more than 10 million people!!!
  7. 7. RELIGEONS Almost 90% of Cambodians are Buddhism and 10% of them are others like Hindu or Muslim.
  8. 8. GEOGRAPHY The geography of Cambodia is ruled by the Mekong river (the great river) and the Tonle Sap (fresh water lake), an important source of fish. Mekong↓ Tonle Sap↓
  9. 9. Cambodia’s main industries Cambodia’s main industries are the garments, touring, and construction. In 2007 over 4 million people visited Angkor Wat.
  10. 10. GOVERNMET & POLITICS The Prime Minister is the head of the government, while the king is the head of state. The Prime Minister is decided from the king, on the instructions and with the agreement of the National Assembly.
  11. 11. ECONOMY ↑Rice cropping is an important role in the economy. Most countryside family depend on farming and its related sub-sectors. Rice, fish, timber, garments, and rubber are the Cambodia’s important export. The tourism industry is the 2nd greatest source and the 1st is textile industry. 50% of tourists go to the Angkor Wat, most of the remainder tourists go to Phnom Penh. The last remainder tourists go to bays and beaches.
  12. 12. Cultures Khmer culture, has distinctive styles of dances, architecture, and sculpture. Angkor Wat is the best preserved example of architecture. Other temples have been discovered around the region. Bonn Om Teuk (Festival of Boat Racing), the annual boat rowing contest, is the most attended Cambodian national festival. Cambodia’s population attends this event each year to play games, give thanks to the moon, watch fire works, and attend the boat race in a carnival atmosphere. Popular games include cockfighting, soccer, and kicking a sey, which is similar to a footbag. Rice, as in other Southeast Asian countries, is the staple grain, while fish from the Mekong and Tonle Sap also form an important part of the diet. Football is one of the more popular sports, although professional organized sports are not prevalent in Cambodia as in western countries due to the economic conditions. The Cambodia national football team managed fourth in the 1972 Asian Cup but development has slowed since the civil war. Western sports such as volleyball, bodybuilding, field hockey, rugby, golf, and baseball are gaining popularity. Native sports include traditional boat racing, buffalo racing, Pradal Serey, Khmer Traditional wresting, and Bokator.
  13. 13. Special Angkor Wat n n n n n The Angkor Wat is sometimes called Angkor Vat The meaning of the Angkor Wat is Angkor= city, Wat=temple It is a temple complex in Angkor, Cambodia. It was built for King Suryavarman II in the early 12 century and it was the country’s temple and it’s capital city. it is the only one to have remained
  14. 14. Special Angkor Wat n This temple was the Khmer’s best example architecture. n It became the symbol and appear on the flag. The Angkor Wat is based on the South Indian architecture. Angkor is a dialect form of word ‘nokor’ which is Sanskrit from India, while the word Wat comes from Khmer word for temple. n n
  15. 15. GLOSSARY n n n n n Khmer-The word or the people’s name like Korean (K;MER) Millennium-1000 years Coup d’etat-chasing out the king and taking over the king’s place (COO;DETA) Reluctant-doing it when they didn’t want to Sub-Sector-?

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