When we arrived at the health promotion hospital, we were instructed to help teach the patients some easy exercises to stretch their muscles. Most of the patients paid close attention to our movements and really enjoyed it. For the first half of the day, we worked with local village women to help make Thai desserts. The clinic helps teach women how to make these desserts so that they can make them on their own, and hopefully, sell them to make some income. It was really fun to work with these women who helped guide and support us when trying to make these desserts. The desserts took forever to make, and truly is an art. After lunch, we learned how to make Thai porcelain at a local shop. We were able to decorate our own porcelain cups in Thai style! The staff was super sweet and helped us carefully decorate our cups. Afterwards, we were able to buy some porcelain from their shop. The owner of the shop told us that he recently lost a great deal of money because two of his shipments were involved in a car accident, resulting in it all being destructed. Finally, we ended our day by doing some Muay Thai! I have great appreciation for martial arts as my brother owns his own TaeKwon Do school, and I have a black belt in it as well. It was interesting to compare the difference in both martial arts.