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Sing To The Dawn - Minfong Ho (Synopsis) Chapter One:
Dawan and Kwai sat on the rickety old bridge above the riverDawan asked Kwai what would he do if he got the scholarshipDawan felt that she would not get the scholarship because she is a girl, instead Kwai might get the scholarshipTalked about how unfair it is that the sacks of rice stacked up beneath the house is for the tax collectorTheir parents thought that it was foolish and wasteful to send girls to school
Chapter Two:
Teacher asked students what they saw beneath their house in the morningHad a long discussion with the students about the landlord taking away sacks of rice beneath their housesA student spotted the headmaster heading to their class and the student shouted "he's coming"Teacher and student immediately pretended that they are having Geography lessons until the headmaster went awayTeacher and student discussed what they should do if they won the scholarshipTeacher announced that Dawan won the scholarship
Chapter Three:
Classmates surrounded Dawan as soon as they heard that she won the scholarshipKwai was unhappy and sad that Dawan won the scholarship instead of himDawan told her family that she got the scholarship and that made her parents angry. Her father was especially angry and said that she took her own brother's chance away from him.Dawan's grandmother however supported herDawan and her grandmother headed to Noi's house and halfway, Dawan's mother decided to go with Dawan instead of her grandmother
Chapter Four:
Noi said that going to the city was uselessArmy officer made deal with Noi's family in order not to bring Ghan to the army
Chapter Five:
Kwai realised that Noi and Ghan do not support Dawan in going to the cityKwai came in second in the examinationIf Dawan does not go to the city, Kwai gets to go instead of her
Chapter Six:
Dawan's father didn't want her to go to the cityKwai asked his father if he had won the scholarship, would he allow him to go to the cityKwai's dad thought that boys going to the city to futher his studies would be better than girls
Chapter Seven:
Dawan went to the marketplace alone and met a girl that sells lotus bud and caged sparrowsDawan realised that the girl, Bao, was the sister of her classmate
Chapter Eight:
Dawan went to see the old monkDawan's teacher and the old monk are good friendsOld monk does not really see why Dawan should go to the city school
Chapter Nine:
Bao allowed Dawan to free a bird for freeBao's brother, Vichai, came to the market stall and hit her because she freed a bird for freeKwai stopped Vichai from hitting BaoAfter realising that Bao knew about what happened between Dawan and Kwai, Kwai wanted to slap BaoKwai pushed Dawan away when she tried to stop Kwai, unfortunately she landed on top of a pile of broken bird cages, injuring herselfCousin Noi helped Dawan with her wound
Chapter Ten:
Dawan and Kwai were at the riverKwai was thinking about Dawan's words, about him being a bullyDawan passed Kwai her umbrella caringly as it was rainingKwai made a decision
Chapter Eleven:
Kwai's father heard from his teacher that he got second in the test and was angry at Kwai for not telling him soFather spoke to both Kwai and Dawan togetherFather was very reluctant and unconvinced that Dawan should go to the city schoolAfter much persuasion from Dawan and Kwai, father finally allowed Dawan to go to the city school
Chapter Twelve:
Kwai will miss Dawan once she goes to the city school, no one will be there to watch the sunrise with him
Chapter Thirteen:
At first Dawan was unsure if she wanted to leave as she will miss everything in her villageAfter her grandmother talked to Dawan, she decided to goWhen she was boarding the bus to go to the city, Kwai was nowhere to be seenAlthough many people in the village sent her off, she was not happy as Kwai was not thereDuring the bus journey, she saw Kwai on the bridge that they usually went to, he was waving at her.
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  • Pengguna Brainly
Dawan, a young village girl who lives in Thailand, wins a scholarship to study in a city school. Her brother, Kwai, places second and is initially jealous, causing a rift between the two previously-close siblings. This hostility is further exacerbated by Dawan's father, who feels that the city is no place for a female. Dawan faces obstacles at every turn, and eventually overcomes these obstacles and proves to herself and to others that she is fully capable of handling the scholarship and the responsibility it entails.
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