The South Of Thailand (Final Part 3)
This will be the final post of my recent trip to Ha'adyai in South Thailand. You will see some assorted photos that captured my eyes at the exhibition where all the participants were young primary school kids! Next post, I will be blogging about the City God's Temple in Shanghai which I left out, not knowing that some bloggers had no opportunity to visit when they were there.
This is the exterior of the convention centre in Songkhla which looks impressive for a small town.
This beautiful peacock perched elegantly above with a long flowing tail that were made of orchid flowers! The young school children made those artificial orchid flowers by themselves!
Amazing Garlic Peeler - I was impressed by this invention of 2 young boys under 12 years old. They used wood to made a container which was inlaid with some synthetic rubber sheet. Just close the lid and turn them around. Bingo! All the garlic will be peeled in 1 minute!!!!!
This is another creation of blooming flower sprays which were made from recycled PVC tapes! Those PVC tapes were often used to bind the carton boxes which would be loaded into delivery trucks.
This is another set of impressive flowers made from recycled magazine pages!
These are the winning artworks by young primary school girls. They used various types of edible seeds and dried condiments to make beautiful pictures.
Lastly, the inter schools held dance competitions by the young school girls. They performed the traditional classical Thai dances on stage accompanied by a band of young boys as musicians.
Look at that! The lead dancer could twist and bend her body like rubber!
Hope you enjoyed the photos!