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    Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej, or King Rama IX of Chakri Dynasty declared the Oath of Accession, ‘we shall reign with righteousness, for the benefits and happiness of the Siamese people’ was the promise he made to Siamese people. His Majesty had a choice to stay in his luxurious palace but he chose not to. Instead, His Majesty chose to stay closer to his people than many other great leaders. He kept his promise for the past 70 years on the reign. Early life and Family His Majesty, King Bhumibol Adulyadej, was born…

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    extreme social injustice in Thailand through giving great power to the elite. The true reins of the government “steadily changed hands from those of the traditional elite whose claim to rule was founded on their knowledge, expertise and often questionable high moral ground, to those of the new elite who literally bought their way into Parliament, the highest political institution, through often ill-begotten wealth either of their own or of their patrons.” 5 The 1978 Constitution shifted crucial…

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    Queen Sirikit Kitiyakara of Thailand has the aditude to make life better for the people of Thaialand, especially for those that are sick or poor, and young and old. Her leadership has been recognised by another world leader, United States Hillary Clinton. Queen Sirikit has helped the people in Thailand through many charitable works, with also the help of her husband King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand. The legacy that Queen Sirikit is going to leave behind is one for the Thai people and other…

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    partnerships” (p. 374). As Bikkhu P. A. Payutto states that Buddhists have been thought to be aware of self-reliance in their living. Though everyone is looking for wealth, money, rank and status in order to get and consume things, and all have tendency to consume as much as possible, the Buddha does not condemn this. Rather he wishes there to be a mean of restraint and for human sense desires to remain within limits so that they do not cause too many problems for life and for society” (Bikkhu…

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    Southeast Asia bordered by the countries of Burma, Cambodia, Laos and Malaysia. The country is also bordered to the Gulf of Thailand, which feeds in to the South China Sea. The climate is tropical, which results in an average yearly temperature in the low 80’s and has two monsoon seasons per year. The population exceeds 67 million with approximately 34% living in urban areas. The largest ethnic group is Thai at over 95% and then Burmese at just over 1% of the overall population. Thai is…

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