Màn 2 cảnh 1.
Thả cá xong, trên đường đi học bạn hỏi: Mẹ ơi mấy con cá của mình có kịp hoá rồng đưa Ông Táo bay lên Trời trước khi bị ngta câu k 😂
Số là vừa quay lưng đi thì có mấy ng đứng cầm cần câu đã đợi sẵn 😬
Weltreise - Tag 40
Auch, wenn wir bei den Floating Villages das erste mal in eine Abzocker Falle geraten sind, war es trotzdem interessant anzusehen. Eine gesamte Stadt auf Hausbooten. Mit Kirche, Schule und Supermarkt. ————————————————————
Worldtrip - Day 40
Even though the floating villages were the first time we got into a rip - off trap, it was really interesting to see. A whole village on houseboats. With a church, school and supermarket.
• AsianKids •
Here's one of the 'Asian Kids' portraits that I photographed on my Asia trip.
Kids have the ability and innocence to be totally natural in photos, which is one of the things that makes me love portrait photography.
During centuries in Thailand, most of schools were installed inside Buddhist temples. Monks were teaching pupils. Due to Dharma (ธรรม - teachings of the Buddha) rules, little girls did not have the opportunity to study and reach a high level. The only alternative was for boys. They had to enter the Sangha (สังฆ - Buddhist community) and then could study in the Bangkok Buddhist universities. Only since Rama V (1853 - 1910), school is mandatory for both boys and girls. Since that time schools are under the state rule. Schools are mandatory from age 6 up to 15.