Honey : the comparative study of teaching in Thai and Chinese Culture

  • Ployprapust Upapohnpong คณะมนุษยศาสตร์ มหาวิทยาลัยศรีนครินทรวิโรฒ
  • Pakasri yenbutra
Keywords: Honey, Thai culture, Chinese Culture

Abstract

The propose of this article was to study of the culture of honey used in Thai and Chinese society, by synthesis and analysis of data from the documents and research about honey used in Thai and Chinese Culture.  According to the research finding, honey appeared in Thai and Chinese culture in several ways, such as language, agriculture, medical treatment, tradition, and history. Since Thai and China shared common geographical, religion, language, and cultural background, there was similar culture of using honey of Thai and China, for example; honey​ used​ as​ a​ part​ of​ idiom​s (language), lifeway of collecting honey in a forest (agriculture), honey​ used​ as​ an​ ingredient of​ medicine (medical), honey​ used​ as​ a​ part​ of​ traditions (tradition)  and existence of several stories of honey (history).

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Published
2021-05-02
How to Cite
Upapohnpong , P., & yenbutra, P. (2021). Honey : the comparative study of teaching in Thai and Chinese Culture. Wiwitwannasan Journal of Language and Culture, 5(1), 109-126. Retrieved from https://so06.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/wiwitwannasan/article/view/245962
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Academic articles / Research articles