Thailand vs. Guatemala
Culture is the way people live their life, the way they survive. It is the area that people live in, the cuisine they consume, the clothes that they wear, the dialect that they dictate, the way they commemorate special occasion and the way they worship and believe in a religion. Both Thailand and Guatemala are two exquisite cultures that have been around for years. Although both are extraordinary cultures we have to take in mind that they have different food, clothes and religion but share one thing in common which is poverty. . Both Thai and Guatemalan food are delicious to indulge but have different essences. The primary food in Thailand is rice. Everyone has eaten it since they were born. But people cannot eat rice alone so they eat it with fish, pork and beef. Thai food is primarily known for their spicy food that is blended with coconut milk. On the other hand Guatemalans do not mix coconut milk in their food. Guatemala comes from both the Mayan and Spanish heritage of the country, which includes lots of corn, beans and rice served with meat, fish and fowl, and they primarily eat corn tortillas. Although Thailand and Guatemala are free to practice their religion both are centered on one god. Thailand’s fundamental belief is Buddhism is often referred to as reincarnation the concept that people are reborn after dying. Most Thai people believe that meditation can open a spiritual world, a world where you can see the future. Guatemalan belief are different from Thai people. Guatemala is based on Christianity most people believe in the holy trinity such as the father, the son and the Holy Spirit, which was founded in the early 1st century AD, with the teaching, miracles, crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth. Thailand and Guatemala have different traditional styles of clothing. Most Guatemalan women proudly wear long hand woven skirts and colorful shirts as a traditional...
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