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BMA Receives 1,499 “Dok Mai Chun” from U.S. Embassy

On 27 September 2017, Mr. Henry V. Jardine, Counselor for Management Affairs of the U.S. Embassy in Thailand, led executives and employees from the Embassy to present “Dok Mai Chun” (artificial funeral flower used in a cremation) to the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration, for using in the Royal Cremation Ceremony of H.M. the Late King Bhumibol Adulayadej on 26 October 2017. In this occasion, Pol. Lt. Gen. Chinatat Meesukh, Deputy Governor of Bangkok, accompanied by Dr. Vallop Suwandee, Chairman of Advisors to Governor of Bangkok, Mr. Suphapong Krisanaphant, Adviser to Governor of Bangkok, Mrs. Viparat Chaiyanukit, Director-General of Social Development Department, Mrs. Anusara Chuensuang, Director of International Affairs Office, jointly welcomed the U.S. Embassy delegation and received their “Dok Mai Chun." Mr. Henry V. Jardine said that all executives and employees of the U.S. Embassy were pleased and honored to take part in producing those “Dok Mai Chun” for using in such an important ceremony.

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

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by Dr. Radut