Readers in the Chinese-speaking world should be familiar with the Chinese elements in Thailand. In particular, Thai food culture is largely influenced by the Teochew immigrants in southern China. Dishes such as "Dumpling" (เกี๊ยว, kiaw) have become part of Thai cuisine, plus the Thonburi Dynasty's Taksin (ตากสิน, Taksin) and the current Chakri Dynasty founding monarch Rama I have Chinese descent, and With a Chinese name, Chinese culture can be said to have been integrated with Thailand.
Frank The "Temple of Dawn" is located in telemarketing list Thonburi on the right bank of the Chao Phraya River, in memory of Emperor Taksin, so the temple is also called "Zhengwang Temple". Everyone may have heard that after the establishment of the Thonburi Dynasty in 1767, Emperor Taksin requested the canonization of Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty in the name of "Zheng Xin", but you may not know that Taksin was proficient in Vietnamese, and even took the Vietnamese name "Zheng Guoying" "(Trịnh Quốc Anh); most people who studied foreign languages at that time were for business and political purposes.
Judging from the experience of Taksin the Great learning Vietnamese when he was young, it is not difficult to speculate that there were many people from Siam who lived on the land of Siam. The people of the country called "Annan" at that time. The Diaspora of the Annan in the 16th century Just as the Chinese emigrated overseas, there was a push and a pull for the Annan to travel to Siam. After the middle of the 16th century.