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  • 1. The Philippines
  • 2. HISTORY Early History -The Negritos are believed to have migrated to the Philippines some 30,000 years ago from Borneo, Sumatra, and Malaya. The Malayans followed in successive waves. These people belonged to a primitive epoch of Malayan culture, which has apparently survived to this day among certain groups such as the Igorots. The Malayan tribes that came later had more highly developed material cultures.
  • 3. CONVERSATION Kumusta = Hello Salamat = Thank you Paumunhin = Sorry Magandand gabi = Good night Paalam = Bye Kamustaka = What's up ? Marangnongba = Do you speak....? Kayong magsalita = English languague
  • 4. CULTURE 1.Through music and dance 2.Through art 3.Through food
  • 5. QUIZ 1.What's the name of the capital in the Philippines? a.Cebu b.Baguio c.Manila 2.What's the languague in the Philippines? a.Filippinos b.English c.Cajuns
  • 6. SINGAPORE
  • 7. HISTORY The history of Singapore dates to the 11th century. The island rose in importance during the 14th century under the rule of Srivijayan prince Parameswara and became a port until it was destroyed by Acehnese raiders in 1613. The modern history of Singapore began in 1819 when Englishman Sir Stamford Raffles established a British port on the island. Under British colonial rule, it grew in importance as a centre for both the India- China trade and the entrepôt trade in Southeast Asia, rapidly becoming a major port city.
  • 8. CULTURE Singapore religion Singapore food
  • 9. CONVERSATION Hello Seeya How have you been? Good night Nice to meet you Bye-Bye I'm glad to see you Thank youSee you laterMy name is ....
  • 10. QUIZ 1.Who is credited with founding Singapore? a.Sang Nila Utama b.Sir Stamford Raffles 2.Where's the name Singapore comeform? a.Malayu b.Palembang c.English
  • 11. ANSWER Phillipines 1. c. 2. a. Singapore 1. a. 2. b.
  • 12. REACH TO THAILAND
  • 13. HISTORY Thai peoples who originally lived in southwestern China migrated into mainland Southeast Asia over a period of many centuries. The oldest known mention of their existence in the region by the exonym Siamese is in a 12th-century A.D. inscription at the Khmer temple complex of Angkor Wat in Cambodia, which refers to syam, or "dark brown" people.[1] It was believed that Siam derived from the Sanskrit word syam, or brown race, with a contemptuous signification.
  • 14. CULTURE Thailand lies between Cambodia, Myanmar, and Laos, with the Gulf of Thailand to its south. Its culture mixes strong Indian influences, Chinese traditions, and elements that are uniquely Thai. Much of Thailand’s culture comes from the ethnic Thai people. One of the most important influences on Thai culture has been Buddhism. Many of the traditions and beliefs of the people in Thailand stem directly from Buddhist principles.
  • 15. CONVERSATION  SAWASDEEKA  = HELLO.  SABYE DEE MAI  = HOE ARE YOU?  RUX KHUN JUNG.  = LOVE YOU.  YIN DEE TEE DAI ROO JUK  = NICE TO MEET YOU.
  • 16. QUIZ  1.Where's the capital of Thailand? a.Bangkok b.Chieng Mai c.Ayuthaya  2.Which continent Thailand located in? a.Asia b.Africa c.Australia
  • 17. • Laos is landlocked country situated east of Thailand and Burma, and west of Vietnam. • It has an area of 91,000 square miles, • about the size of the state of Oregon. • Its largest river is the Mekong, which enters Laos from the north and runs the length of the country. • The soil of the Mekong River valley from central to southern Laos is very rich. • The northern and eastern parts of Laos are mountainous. It’s serve as a buffer against any large storms or hurricanes from the China Sea. The soil of the Mekong
  • 18. • people have never experienced a major natural disaster. Even these floods cause little damage or injury, because the valley people live in houses built on stilts. • The economy of Lao is based largely on agriculture, rice being the most important product. Prior to the war in Vietnam, Laos's rice production was extensive that much of it could be exported. Because of the lack of transportation and communication, economic development is limited. There are no railroads, and rapids at several points interrupt some of the highways, the Mekong River. http://laotoday.com/laos.htm
  • 19. • people have never experienced a major natural disaster. Even these floods cause little damage or injury, because the valley people live in houses built on stilts. • The economy of Lao is based largely on agriculture, rice being the most important product. Prior to the war in Vietnam, Laos's rice production was extensive that much of it could be exported. Because of the lack of transportation and communication, economic development is limited. There are no railroads, and rapids at several points interrupt some of the highways, the Mekong River. http://laotoday.com/laos.htm
  • 20. • TakBaat (Alm-giving) • It’s an ancient Buddhist tradition and prepare sticky rice and other small snacks to give to the monks and novice monks, The ceremony is very meaningful to the people involved. . tradition of laos
  • 21. The ritual known to the Lao as "phithi Soukhouane" or "phithi baci " is a ritual call back, welcome, and unite the "khouane" with the physical body. It is the ubiquitous of all Lao functions and celebrations, and integral part in Lao family life. . Sou-khouane
  • 22. The ritual known to the Lao as "phithi Soukhouane" or "phithi baci " is a ritual call back, welcome, and unite the "khouane" with the physical body. It is the ubiquitous of all Lao functions and celebrations, and integral part in Lao family life. . Sou-khouane
  • 23. • There are three ritual elements crucial to the staging of the Soukhouane: (1) The Fai Phouk Khene literally is the cotton thread for tying on someone's wrist to symbolize the unity of the Khouane and the body. The threads should usually already be blessed by either monk in a religious ceremony or by a Morphone at the Soukhouane ceremony. . Pha-khouane
  • 24. • Lamvong is a typical Lao folk dance, meaning circle dance or to dance in circle. It is a famous dance and greatly enjoyed during parties, weddings, festivals and other local celebrations.Lamvong is a very easy dance that does not require any special skills and it is a great fun. Lamvong (Lao dance)
  • 25. • Boon Makkha Bu-saa Boon Makkha Bu-saa festival is the day that honors the event when 1,250 of Lord Buddha's Sangha disciples assembled without previous agreement. On this day, about nine months after his enlightenment, Buddha gave an important sermon..
  • 26. • Boon Pimai (Lao New Year) This is to celebrate Lao New Year. The first month of the Lao New year is actually December but the festivities are delayed until April when days are longer than nights. By April it is also hotting up
  • 27. • Sand is brought to the temple grounds and is made into pagodas or mounds, then decorated before being given to the monks as way of making merit. The Sand pagoda symbolizes the mountain where the King Kabinlaphom's head was kept by his seven daughters. give the elders new year gifts.
  • 28. • Boon Bang Fai Boon Bang Fai takes place after Pimai. During the festival, homemade rockets of all shapes and sizes are launched throughout the country. Rockets which fail to launch can bring mockery to the owner,while the one which rises the highest will be seen as the victor.
  • 29. • Boon Visakhabusa It is one of the most important days for Buddhists because on this day the Lord Buddha was born, attained enlightenment, and died. All three of these significant events fell on the same day.
  • 30. • Boon Haw Khao Salark The offering (good deeds) is to be dedicated towards the ancestors' spirit on their last day journey back to the Dukha-Bhuni so they can tale the offerings with them on their return to where they belong serving their life kamma.
  • 31. • Boon Oak Pansa Marking the end of Buddhist Lent. Monks are permitted to travel. In the evening, lighting of candles in and around the temples pays respects to Buddha. It is also time for people making new vows.
  • 32. • Boon That Luang The 45 meters high That Luang Stupa or Pha That Luang was originally built during the ancient Khmer civilization, when Vientiane was inhabited by people known as the ‘Cham’. The site was built as a place for people to worship and pray to idol.
  • 33. • Malaysia is a country in South East Asia whose strategic sea-lane position brought trade and foreign influences that fundamentally influenced its history. Hindu and Buddhist cultures imported from India dominated early Malaysian history. They reached their peak in the Sumatran- basedSrivijaya civilisation, whose influence extended through Sumatra, Java, the Malay Peninsula and much of Borneo from the 7th to the 14th centuries.
  • 34. Indonesia
  • 35. Indonesia is a country in Southeast Asia and Oceania. Indonesia is an archipelago comprising approximately 17,508 islands. It has 34 provinces with over 238 million people, and is the world's fourth most populous country.
  • 36. The country shares land borders with Papua New Guinea, East Timor and Malaysia. Other neighboring countries include Singapore, Philippines, Australia, Palau, and the Indian territory of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
  • 37. Culture Indonesia has about 300 ethnic groups, each with cultural identities developed over centuries, and influenced by Indian, Arabic, Chinese, and European sources. Traditional Javanese and Balinese dances, for example, contain aspects of Hindu culture and mythology, as do wayang kulit (shadow puppet) performances. Textiles such as batik, ikat, ulos and songket are created across Indonesia in styles that vary by region.
  • 38. The most dominant influences on Indonesian architecture have traditionally been Indian; however, Chinese, Arab, and European architectural influences have been significant. Indonesian cuisine varies by region and is based on Chinese, European, Middle Eastern, and Indian precedents. Rice is the main staple food and is served with side dishes of meat and vegetables. Spices (notably chili), coconut milk, fish and chicken are fundamental ingredients.
  • 39. Indonesian traditional music includes gamelan and keroncong. The Indonesian film industry's popularity peaked in the 1980s and dominated cinemas in Indonesia, although it declined significantly in the early 1990s.Between 2000 and 2005, the number of Indonesian films released each year has steadily increased.
  • 40. Indonesia Conversation Selamat datang Apa kabar? Selamat pagi Selamat sore Selamat malam Selamat makan Selamat bertamasya Selamat jalan Welcome How are you? Good morning Good afternoon Good evening Have a nice meal Have a nice trip / holiday Have a nice trip / goodbye (if someone is leaving)
  • 41. Goodbye (if you are leaving) Thank you Don't mention it No thank you How much does it cost / what's the price? Selamat tinggal Terima kasih Sama sama Tidak terimah kasih Berapa harganya? Mahal! Murah!
  • 42. QUIZ 1.What is the meanning of wayang kulit ? A. Traditional dance B. shadow puppet C. Indonesia economy
  • 43. 2.What is the meanning of Good morning in Indonesia ? A. Selamat pagi B. Selamat sore C. Selamat malam
  • 44. Answer! 1. { B } shadow puppet 2. { A } Selamat pagi
  • 45. Veitnam
  • 46. Vietnam is the easternmost country on the Indochina Peninsula in Southeast Asia. With an estimated 90.3 million inhabitants as of 2012, it is the world's 13th-most-populous country, and the eighth-most-populous Asian country. The name Vietnam translates as "South Viet", and was officially adopted in 1945.
  • 47. The country is bordered by China to the north, Laos to the northwest, Cambodia to the southwest, and the South China Sea to the east. Its capital city has been Hanoi since the reunification of North and South Vietnam in 1976.
  • 48. Culture The traditional focuses of Vietnamese culture are humanity and harmony. family and community values are highly regarded. Vietnam reveres a number of key cultural symbols, such as the Vietnamese dragon, which is derived from crocodile and snake imagery; Vietnam's National Father, Lạc Long Quân, is depicted as a holy dragon.
  • 49. In the modern era, the cultural life of Vietnam has been deeply influenced by government-controlled media and cultural programs. For many decades, foreign cultural influences – especially those of Western origin – were shunned.
  • 50. Vietnamese cuisine traditionally features a combination of five fundamental taste "elements" spicy (metal), sour (wood), bitter (fire), salty (water) and sweet (earth). Common ingredients include fish sauce, shrimp paste, soy sauce, rice, fresh herbs, fruits and vegetables.
  • 51. Traditional Vietnamese cooking is known for its fresh ingredients, minimal use of oil, and reliance on herbs and vegetables, and is considered one of the healthiest cuisines worldwide.
  • 52. Vietnam Conveasation Hi! Good morning! Good evening! Welcome! (to greet someone) How are you? chào Chào buổi sáng Chào buổi tối Chào mừng bạn bạn có khỏe không?, khỏe chứ?
  • 53. Good night! See you later! Good bye! Thank you You're welcome! Chúc ngủ ngon! Gặp lại sau nhé Tạm biệt Cám ơn Đừng ngại
  • 54. QUIZ 1. In the combination of five fundamental taste "elements" , Which is wrong? A. Sour -wood B. sweet -earth C. Bitter -metal
  • 55. 2. When was the capital city has been Hanoi ? A. 1976 B. 1977 C. 1978
  • 56. Answer! 1. { C } Bitter -metal 2. { A } 1976
  • 57. Negara Brunei Darussalam  Flag of Brunei Royal Arms of Brunei.
  • 58. Brunei national costume. Male Baju Melayu Female Baju Kurung
  • 59. Brunei national symbol  Simpor Ambuyat 
  • 60. Brunei Dollar   Omar Ali Saifuddien
  • 61. Salamat Datang = Hello Greeting of Brunei
  • 62. Cambodia  Flag of Cambodia Royal Arms of Cambodia 
  • 63. Cambodia is a country located in the southern portion of the Indochina Peninsula in Southeast Asia
  • 64. Cambodia national costume. male female Sampot
  • 65. Cambodia national symbols  Romdual Amok 
  • 66. Cambodian Riel   The Royal Palace
  • 67. Shuo Sa Dai = Hello Greeting of Cambodia
  • 68. Republic of the Union of Myanmar  Flag of Myanma Royal Arms of Myanma 
  • 69. Myanma is a sovereign state in Southeast Asia bordered by China, Thailand, India, Laos and Bangladesh
  • 70. Myanma national costume male female Longyi
  • 71. Myanma national symbols  Padauk Lahpet 
  • 72. Myanmar Kyat   Shwedagon Pagoda
  • 73. Mingalar Par = Hello Greeting of Myanma
  • 74. ambuyat salamat datang romdual sampot kyat padauk

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