With an area of 551 square kilometers, it is the largest country in the European Union.
It is also called the country of hexagons.
It has the longest time zone in the world. (12 time zones)
The invention of tin cans, hair dryers, hot air balloons, clutches, gearboxes, front differential cars, the use of glass containers sealed by this country.
The Braille was created by Louis Braille, who lost his sight as a child.
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Good Symbolism in RATLD
Okay, so this movie had a ton of great symbolism. I should know, I just finished rewatching it for the 5th time- never gets old to me.
But one form of symbolism that really stuck out to me was during the boat dinner scene, after Raya sent Noi and her ongis to give Namaari a note and the dragon pendant, as a sign of peace. When Boun and Tong were making soup.
“There’s too much spice!” Tong complained.
“No, there’s too much bamboo,” Boun replied.
“What do you know, you have the taste buds of a tall baby.” Tong insulted.
“Well you dress like a tall baby,” Boun nagged.
“Give me the spoon! I’m taking over!” Tong snapped.
“Back off, tidal wave. I’m the professional here,” Boun threatened.
“May I?” Raya asked, sprinkling a mineral into the soup.
Okay, so let’s say that soup represents Kumandra. Boun and Tong squabbled over ingredients, and wether the soup was good or not. Tong and Boun represent the people of Kumandra. Not trusting each others judgment and point of view, and always accusing and assuming the worst from the other person.
It’s not that the soup was bad, it was just that it was missing something. It was unfinished, incomplete. Just like Kumandra. But when Raya added what I’m guessing was palm sugar to the soup:
“Woah, that’s good!” Boun exclaimed, after trying the soup.
“Just a little something my Ba showed me.” Raya replied.
Now the soup was delicious, because the missing ingredient was added, which made the soup one, complete. If Raya never added the palm sugar too the soup, the soup wouldn’t have been good. Just like how if all the nations didn’t come together and become one, they wouldn’t be good. They would continue to tear each other apart. They all had to do there part to fix the common problem, so the soup would taste good.
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