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Paphmania

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It's too late from the week of His Majesty the King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s 60th anniversary on the Throne of the Thai Kingdom.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bhumibol_Adulyadej
http://www.thaimain.org/eng/monarchy/family.html

King Bhumibol (Rama IX)The Great of Thai Kingdom.
Bhumibol is pronounce as /pu:mipon/.
I can't seek any word to tell you about our Thai people to our King.
The King who have gone through every village of Thailand.
The King who have done and thought everything for his people.

'King Bhumibol was born to do everything for Thai people.
Thai people was born to love and repect him.'


'Roman Empire had Caesar : the Great of War
Thai Kingdom has Bhumibol : The Great of Peace, Education and Sustainable Development'



This is a cluster of Paph niveum with 9 inflorescences, 2 flowers each.
But it's not yet bloomed all.
 
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Gideon

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Wow!!! That is fabulous, very nice plant indeed :clap: :clap: :clap:
 

bwester

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Very interesting! Thanks and welcome to the forum
 
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Nautilus

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Beautiful flower Pan!
Did you forget that our King's color is yellow? :poke:

-Somphon
 
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Paphmania

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Nautilus said:
Beautiful flower Pan!
Did you forget that our King's color is yellow? :poke:

-Somphon
No, Brother Somphon. I dio remember!
The white Sepals and Petals mean Thai people.
They have the Yellow Heart : the Yellow Staminode: Our King Bhumibol.

The most easy way to make Thai love you: the foreigner.
You speak some Thai words and admire our king.
Every Thai also love you. :)

Pan de Kui
 

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Paphmania said:
The most easy way to make Thai love you: the foreigner.
You speak some Thai words and admire our king.
Every Thai also love you. :)

Pan de Kui
I learned about a dozen Thai words when I was there for a couple weeks a few years ago. Not that I can spell them. I'd go back in a heartbeat, and try to learn a few dozen more. Bangkok was a bit crowded for my tastes (and painfully hot), but still a lovely place for a foreigner to visit and quite friendly. I enjoyed the old capital, too. Everyone should go to Thailand at least once.
 
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