Google has produced a slide-graffiti tribute to the Thai fried noodles (rice noodles as raw material), a Thai fried noodles called Pad Thai to help define a new identity of the country, while feeding Thai people during rice shortages. During World War II, there was a serious shortage of rice in Thailand, which is Thailand's staple food. As an alternative, the Thai government at that time vigorously promoted the cheap, rich rice consumption.
This ancient recipe produces Thai fried noodles, a sweet and savory fried rice noodle that is popular as a street food casual restaurant in Thailand. Thai stir-fried noodles which mix vegetables and shrimp, eggs and tofu dishes, providing a nutritious, balanced diet.
The dish became famous overnight and helped propel the country's name change. Thai Prime Minister Peng Bu Songlan the name of the country changed from Siam to Thailand, the dish promotion as a symbol of Thai nationalism. In the 2011 CNN Reader Survey, Pad Thai is listed as one of the 50 most delicious foods in the world and has become one of Thailand's national dishes.