BANGKOK – The Ministry of Labour has received the painting set of His Majesty the King in the collection ‘The Father of Thai Skill Standard’, marking his contribution to Thailand’s workmanship.
The Ministry of Labour’s Permanent-Secretary Puntrik Smiti presided over the ceremonial reception event of His Majesty the King’s images, in the Father of Thai Skill Standard collection, as delivered by Sumipol Co Ltd.
The CEO of Sumipol Co Ltd Jiraphan Oulapathorn has revealed that he created the project due to his inspiration from His Majesty’s personal contribution to Thailand’s workmanship. The project was also conceived to commemorate The King’s 88th birthday on 5 December 2015, and His Majesty’s 70th year reign in 2016.
The 10 painted portraits of His Majesty the King will be placed in agencies related to workmanship, including the Phra Dabos Foundation, the Ministry of Labour, Office of the Vocational Education Commission, the Ministry of Industry, and the Federation of Thai Industry. These paintings are now being published as calendars to promote His Majesty’s contributions among the general public.