Land of Royal Projects Exhibition Open for Viewing

 | Tue 24 Oct 2017 04:52 ICT

CityNews – 37 local authorities are hosting an exhibition, showcasing the royal duties of His Majesty the late King Rama IX in Chiang Mai at the International Exhibition and Convention Centre until October 31.

The exhibition, titled ‘Chiang Mai: the land of Royal Projects’, will be on display at the International Exhibition and Convention Centre by 37 local authorities in honour of His Majesty the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej, following his legacy in the north after he visited in 1958.

His royal duties that are showcased at the event are divided into nine sectors including water resource management, agriculture, environment, public health, career development, social benefits, telecommunication, biography and his expertise in arts and literature. The exhibition will run from now until the 31st of October, from 9am to 4pm. On the 26th it will be open from 9am to 6am of the next day.

On October 26th, the Daffodils for Dad ceremony will begin at 9am and run through the night until 6am of the 27th. There will be live performances at the following times:

1pm – 4pm
Stage 3 – Live performance of the musical composition of HM the late King Rama IX by orchestras and marching bands from institutions in Chiang Mai.

6pm – 6am
Stage 1 – Legendary traditional Thai plays including Khon mask dance drama, the Ramakien, The Story of Mahajanaka, Enau and more.

10pm – 6am
Stage 2 – Traditional Lanna performances

Stage 4 – Mon gamelan orchestra live performance