Thai women introduction of empowerment !

Thai women introduction of empowerment !

Thai women’s introduction of women empowerment !

Thai women The Tha Kha Floating Market is a In this market the sellers Their small boats were laden local food, and delicious sweet their pick. They could have a Tha Kha floating market use fruits, vegetable he buyers chos Originally, the phase of the main buyers ich other vers for food along tion of pearls they were burled in a glass and pearls as a sign id marriage. In At that time the e knights used to local people. The ot own any land. le roam across ce their houses ive in make-shit ishing. Men earn . They also present, they 18. The Tha Kha Floating Market na Floating Market is a traditional market in Bangkok. It is different from nor uket the sellers and buyers are on boat. The sellers were mainiy elderly Th boats were laden with bundles of lotus flowers, farm-fresh coconuts, fruits and delicious sweets. The sellers displayed their goods for sale and the b They could have a little chit-chat as buying and selling was going on. On loating market used to sit only six or seven days a month depending on the Now a days, the trade takes place on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays too.

 here are the Tha Kha natives:-

  • Only a few tourists go there. People seem to know each well.
  • They call each other by name.
  •  Pearls Thousands of years ago the first pearl was probably discovered at the time of search for the sea shore.
  • Pearl is highly a valuable gem for its shining quality.
  • There is mention religious texts and mythologies.
  • The ancient Egyptians valued pearls so much that they with them.

It is said that Cleopatra, the famous queen of Egypt would melt a pearl in drink it as a sign of love and respect for the entire nation. The Greeks thought the pearl of wealth and social position. The beauty of pearls was associated with love and m ancient Rome, pearls were considered the greatest sign of wealth and social status. At the young women of noble families loved to wear beautiful pearl necklaces. The brave knigh wear them in the battles for good luck. 20. River Gypsies River gypsies are an ethnic group in Bangladesh. They are known as bedey to local gypsies have their own lifestyle and culture. They live in groups and do not own Therefore, they live a nomadic life travelling from one place to another. These people ro our rivers and waters from May to December in small country boats. These boats are the In winter, many water bodies dry up. At that time they return to the mainland and live in tarpaulin tents on open river banks. During the monsoon,

Why they remain busy with fishing:-

by catching fish, selling herbal medicine and entertaining people with snake charmin collect natural pearls from water. Women earn by selling bangles and cosmetics. At prese are facing many problems. Due to rapid urbanisation and drying out of rivers, many of the web changing their profession. 21. The Ama Women In some fishing villages along the coast of Japan, there are amazing groups of women know Ama. The word Ama means the women of the sea or sea women. They are independent divers earn their livelihood by diving. They can dive to the depth of the sea upto 25 feet without us oxygen tanks or other equipments. They have their own Thai skills and breathing techniques back surface again. They can hold their breath for up to two minutes. With the help of their skill the push themselves down to the bottom of the sea and mintues. However, some of these village u are going to the city for job. The remaining have grown old. If the young people do not take this profession, it will die out very soon. 22. Wasik Farhan-Roopkotha Wasik Farhan-Roopkotha, a six year old Bangladeshi boy, hopes to become the world’s youngest computer expert.

Something about there fishing:-

  • He hopes that his skills will be recognised by Microsoft and Guinness World Records.
  • He started to show talent for computers since early childhod.
  • Before the age of four, he mastered the art of playing video games and typing Microsoft Word.
  • His mother Cynthia Farhan Risha noticed a difference since his birth.
  • She could not believe her eyes when he began computing as a seven month old child.
  • He showed his talent in his primary school. So his parents took decision to teach him at home.

His ambition is to be a computer expert in a big computer firm in future. He mixes with other boys but keeps himself always busy with computer. 23. Rumi Akhter Rina Rumi Akhter Rina, a daughter of a day labourer is in class 8 at Prime School in Chittagong. dreams of becoming an electrical engineer. But she has never believed that her dream will co true. But an opportunity raised her hope. She took part in a six month vocational tra programme. In the evening shift, she took training in electrical and house wiring at the tra centre run by an NGO in Bahadderhat area of Chittagong City. After the training she can calling bells, motor connections, tube light, electric fans and so on. The project “Vocation Training for Urban Working Children in Bangladesh”, financed by UNICEF, provides tran poor children ir Chittagong. They are give

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