The Thai people have been in the regions of Laos, Thailand, North of Myanmar, southern part of China, and Vietnam since the birth of the 4,000-year Dong Song culture.
Table of Contents edit
- Culture & Civilization
- Historical Development of the Thai Civilization
- Socio-Political Background of the Thai Society
- Economic Foundation of the Thai Society
- Political and Administrative Background of the Thai Society
- Beliefs, Religions, and Traditions
- Thai Arts (Painting, Sculpture, and Architecture)
- Women's Status in Thai Society
- Thai Music and Dance
- Thai Literature
- Current Problems Thailand Is Facing
- The Strengths and Weaknesses of Thailand
- Thailand as a Member of the International Communities
See also edit
- Thailand.com at http://www.thailand.com/travel/overview/overview_history.htm (down)
- Thai: Introduction to the Thai language (Wikibooks) at Thai
- Overview of the Thai Administrative Governing Bodies at http://www.thaigov.net/links.php (down)
- Profile of Thailand at http://www.mongabay.com/reference/country_profiles/2004-2005/2-Thailand.html
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