Patcharin Jongjai 2020/10/13 , ( 469 views)
On the 13th of October, 2020, Mr. Noppadon Patanasitubon, Assistant to the President for Finance and Property, along with UBU staff, participated in a merit-making activity memorial ceremony for His Royal Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej (King Rama IX), at Thung Sri Mueang Park. Mr Sarit Witoon, Provincial Governor of Ubon Ratchathani Province presided over the activity and the leader for this event.
Dr. Piyanat Soikham, Assistant to the President for Organisational Communication and Social Engagement, along with UBU staff, participated in performing a garland-laying ceremony at Ubon Ratchathani Provincial Hall. Mr. Sarit Witoon, the Governor of Ubon Ratchathani Province, presided over the ceremony and led representatives from government and private organizations to express gratitude to the late King.
Associate Professor Dr. Chawalit Thinvongpituk, Vice President for Research, Innovations, and Academic Services, led the UBU staff in participating in a candle-lighting ceremony at the memorial ceremony for His Royal Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej (King Rama IX) at Ubon Ratchathani Provincial Hall. The service was presided over by Mr. Sarit Witoon, the Governor of Ubon Ratchathani Province. This was the last memorial service for His Royal Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej (King Rama IX)
King Rama IX reigned from 1950 until His Royal Majesty the King passed away in 2016. During his enthronement, he was a strictly virtuous monarch with the motto, "I shall reign in righteousness for the benefit and happiness of the Siamese people". In addition, His Royal Majesty King also devoted himself to all types of benevolent activities. The sweat from his brow due to His great diligence, was like nectar for the land and for Thai peace of mind. He helped discover, facilitate, and solve problems on behalf of the people. Although His Royal Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej passed away, all his projects continue today and provide benefit to the people. His royal example and words are still guidelines for the Thai people to this day.
English version by: Kanjana Manomai
Original (Thai) version by: Therdphoom Thongin
English revised by: James K. Powell II
Photos by: Therdphoom Thongin
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