Govt invites Thais to visit exhibition in honor of HM Queen


BANGKOK, 11 August 2012 – The government organizes an exhibition to honor Her Majesty the Queen on the auspicious occasion of her 80th birthday anniversary this year from 9-15 August at CentralWorld. HM the Queen’s royally-initiated projects are showcased at the event. 

During the prime minister’s weekly TV program on Saturday, Prime Minister’s Office Minister Nivatthamrong Boonsongpaisal invited the public to visit the exhibition aimed at publicizing HM the Queen’s biography and work. The exhibition had four zones, each demonstrating HM the Queen’s contribution to the country in different areas, the minister said.

The first zone is called “Mother of the Nation.” It is the center of the exhibition beautifully decorated in a modern style. Visitors can sign a well-wishing book for HM the Queen here. The second zone is “Art of Thai Silk” where rare photographs of HM the Queen in exquisite Thai clothes are exhibited. Contemporary Thai clothes made from fabrics produced by the art and craft projects under HM the Queen’s royal patronage and a fashion show can also be found in the second zone.

The third zone is “Extraordinary Kindness” which depicts HM the Queen’s intelligence, passions and kindness for Thais without discrimination throughout her over six decades of work. The fourth zone is entitled “Heart of the People.” It revolves around HM the Queen’s dedication and her working alongside with HM the King to build Thailand as a land of peace for more than 60 years. Rare photographs of Their Majesties taken on their historic events are displayed.