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The Monarchic Institution in Thailand part 22: Thonburi Dynasty

(King Tak Sin, continued from the last issue)

King Tak Sin the Great

After Phraya Vajira Prakarn (Phraya Tak Sin) redeemed Ayutthaya, he ordered his troops and people to move to Thon Buri city in order to set up the new capital, and crowned himself as king on 28th December 1767 in the name of “Somdej Phra Boromraja IV” but people always call him King Tak Sin the Great, while he was 34 years of age. He also created a new capital called Thon Buri Sri Mahasamud. Then he started multifarious duties by following the traditions of the former king of Ayutthaya. There were people who were needed to rebuild the capital who came to support him, which made him more popular.

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ater King Tak Sin the Great needed to make Thon Buri kingdom firm and strong, he then subjugated all cliques such as Jaao Pimai clique, Jaao Phra Phang clique, Jaao Nakhon Si Thammarat clique, etc. successfully, which even the Chinese government

Phra Jaao Tak Sin ÊÁà´ç¨¾ÃÐ਌ҵҡÊÔ¹ÁËÒÃÒª accepted. King Tak Sin the Great followed the Royal tradition of former Thai kings and undertook similar duties.

was very large. In the North, it extended through Lanna kingdom and the Burmese were driven out. In the East, it extended to the region of Laos and Cambodia. In the South, it extended to Syburi, Trangganu, and Klanton (Malasia). In the West, the regions spread to Moutama, Tenasserim, Marid, Tavoy, these regions are now in Burma or Myanmar.

There were many causes of war in the Thon Buri times, if I give all the details it will take too long. If anyone would like to know all about this, he or she could search in a library or elsewhere, such as Although, King Tak Sin the Great was on the internet. the throne only 15 years, and in his reign they were always at war to defend and Concerning administration, at the second extend the kingdom. He was a significant loss of Ayuttaya, the capital was extremely king in that he settled the Thon Buri damaged by the Burmese soldiers, the kingdom, making it stable up to the pres- second of the many buildings was hardly ent day. In his reign he was at war with repairable, in particular the books of law Burma 9 times, at war with Cambodia 3 were lost and destroyed. King Tak Sin the times, and he fought other wars. He won Great ordered them to be found out and those wars and he was able to make the collected, but only 1 in 10 was found. He Thai kingdom larger than it was in Ayut- then, ordered them to be renewed, as well thaya times. he made books of law, in order to watch over his people and unite the nation. He The Thai territory under King Tak Sin’s rule also ordered the office of the Royal palace

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to be in charge of all law and order, this was divided into two functions, the first was the defence team of the case, and the second was the prosecution team. But he used the military court to judge in many cases. He was always kind to heavy penalty offenders by reducing their punishment and in giving them hard work to do instead of punishment. King Tak Sin the Great was not an egotistical king, when he went out in public he gave a chance to his people to see him without security guards. He always asked his people about their living conditions. People who behaved well he praised, people of bad conduct he would reproach, it is like parents who teach their children, or teachers who give education to students. He ruled Thon Buri as Poh Khun Ramkamheang the Great ruled Sukhothai kingdom. This is “The father guardian of the son”. ‘amthai’ (To be continued)

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The Chitralada Palace After several days of frustrating journey planning, changing my mind about which way to get back to London a million times, and the Embassy kindly letting me fly out later than everyone else so that I had a bit more time, I was sorted. Thailand was on... That is, if I didn’t manage to have a panic attack in the middle of all the travelling.

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hy were they sending me to Thailand? Well, to quote from the press release, we were going there “to cultivate a better understanding among young Thais living abroad about Thai cultures and Thai identity, including the role of the Thai monarchy, so as to promote a closer bond with their heritage.” The following is an account of most of the weird and wonderful things I was part during my Thailand experience, both the official and unofficial. As my family in the UK is travelling with me to Thailand, we all want to get to the airport quickly. 12 hours later, I land at

Chaipattana Aerator is “a floating buoy that rotates slowly to pump oxygen into wastewater. Suvarnabhumi Airport at 4PM local time. The first thing that I notice immediately is the heat. After handling the UK’s temperamental weather for years, it’s a huge shock to suddenly be faced with 30 íC weather. It was 5 íC when I boarded the plane! At last, I reach the hotel I’ll be staying at for the rest of the week. Siam City Hotel is a swanky 4 star affair. There is no time for jet lag on this trip, as we have to be up and ready to go by 8AM. We have a very important place to be today: the Chitralada Palace compound in the centre of Bangkok. The Chitralada Palace is His Majesty’s residence in Bangkok, and visitors are rarely granted access, which makes us feel privileged. As many have said, Chitralada Palace is not your typical royal residence – it also doubles up as an agricultural research station and experimental farm, aimed primarily at boosting the income of rice growers in the north. One of the King’s inventions, the Chaipattana Aerator, is a key feature. The Chaipattana Aerator,

Dr.Sumet Tantivejkul, the Secretary General of the Chaipattana Foundation

By planting vetiver grass to preserve as much soil moisture as possible

according to the guide book, is “a floating life for every Thai person by making them buoy that rotates slowly to pump oxygen self-reliant, and allowing them to live within into wastewater.” their means. They are responsible for over 4000 projects throughout Thailand. Our guide, Kornkanok “Palm” Lao, shows us around. She takes us to see how As if this wasn’t enough, we make another candles are made, the many uses of dairy, trip to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to the ways they create sa paper (made get some vital information on what we are from mulberry trees), and how they create going to see tomorrow. Kamolinee Suksribiodiesel from waste material, among other wong, the Director of the Foreign Affairs things. We also get to sample sweet things Group of the Office of the Royal Developthat taste like white chocolate, and crackers ment Projects Board, tells us about The made out of an algae called Spirulina. Kung Krabaen Bay Royal Development Study Centre, which is one of the royal Afterwards, we are taken to the shop. It’s projects. For example, one of their goals is like Tesco’s, but much, much better. I buy to prevent soil erosion and soil degradation shampoo, ice cream, massage oils, dried by planting vetiver grass to preserve as fruit, and lots and lots of Thai sweets... And much soil moisture as possible. As one of then there’s the honey. The honey here my Geography nerd friends later tells me, is the best honey I’ve ever tasted. It’s so it “encourages more water infiltration of good that I have to buy 10 tubes of it. the soil because of the decreased surface Yesterday, we heard briefly about the Chai- runoff.” I’ll take her word for it. I, as an pattana Foundation, His Majesty’s charity. Economics student, am more interested Today, we actually get to visit their head by the fact that Thailand no longer aims office. We learn from Dr.Sumet Tantivejkul, for a high GDP like most other counthe Secretary General, that the Chaipattana tries, and instead aims for a goal it calls Foundation aims to improve the quality of “sufficiency economy.” ‘amthai’

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amthaievent highlights Celebrating Thai New Year with Tourism Thailand in Covent Garden St.Martins Courtyard, London WC2E

Thailand from the 13th – 15th April each year and is a water filled, fun packed national event that commemorates the important role of water in Thai social, cultural and spiritual life. Songkran is celebrated during the peak of the summer heat wave in Thailand and traditional festivities include the bathing of Buddha images carried out n the day, the guests have a chance The History of Songkran: Songkran festi- at temples and homes across the country to experience a truly Thai welcome, val takes place in cities and villages across and children sprinkle water on their elders

LONDON (APRIL 12, 2012) – The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) invited Londoners to join them in celebrating ‘Songkran’ - Thai New Year. St.Martins Courtyard has been transformed into Thailand, beautifully decorated with lanterns and water themed features including traditional blessings.

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colourful entertainment, relaxing spa massages and there were plenty of delicious Thai food and drink including street food carts selling snacks with special thanks to SUDA Thai restaurant and a beach bar where people can sample Thailand’s very own refreshing beers, Chang.

to pay respect. More modern celebrations have developed into large scale water fights from gardens and parks to busy streets and even from tuk-tuks as you make your way about the city. Visitors to Thailand are encouraged, and very welcome, to join in the fun with locals. ‘amthai’


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Should the Shares of PTT and Thai Airways Be Sold?

of the Auditor General and the Stock the other criteria almost completely (see government to continue to use populist Exchange of Thailand. However, they failed Table 1). policies, which may be detrimental to long-term fiscal discipline and may harm the country, especially when over these Dr Kriengsak Chareonwongsak Table 1: Analysis of PTT and Thai Airways Senior Fellow, Harvard KennedySchool, recent years, every political party uses Harvard University according to the criteria of IMF and the World Bank kriengsak@kriengsak.com, http://www.kriengsak.com populist policies. PTT Criteria Thai Airways The question of whether the Shares of PTT and Thai Airways should be sold, and to 1) Independently managed from the government, with no interferwhom, should be considered on a case by case basis. ence in business management and the appointment of its staff and Fail Fail Board In the case of Thai Airways, I think it should be sold to private investors rather than 2) Has no patronizing relationship with the government. No subsidies Vayupak Fund because private investors will help to reduce interference and intervention Fail Fail and preferential treatment received from the government from the political sector, which has been one of the major problems in Thai Airways 3) Has a standard audit Pass Pass all along. It will also improve flexibility, thus enabling global competitive ability. Indeed, 4) Discloses a comprehensive and transparent annual report Pass many foreign airlines that used to be state enterprises, have all been transformed into Pass private businesses, such as Korean National Airlines (KNA) to be Korean Airlines, Air 5) Has a strong and sustainable financial status Pass Fail Canada, British Airways, and even Japan Airlines. 6) Poses no risk factors to the country, public and other businesses Fail Fail In the case of PTT, I think that the Ministry of Finance should not sell it off to Source: Analysis of Kriengsak Chareonwongsak in, “Staff Guidance Note on the private investors or Vayupak Fund at this time because PTT is an important state Application of the Joint Bank-Fund Debt Sustainability Framework for Low-Income policy tool, having a business of enormous potential, related to national security, Countries.” especially energy, and the well-being of the entire country. Failure to reach IMF and World Bank Thai Airways will lower the public debt, standards will risk causing adverse effects, it is likely to leave the government unrather than good. pressured to find revenue, along with no pressure to increase tax rates. This Although the sale of shares of PTT and situation enables the present and next

By taking international principles into consideration, in the decision of whether to sell PTT and Thai Airways, we need to consider wider issues than just the reduction of public debt. The issue of share holding of each state enterprise has to be considered against its status and context, therefore a common practice cannot be used for every organization. ‘amthai’

Thailand’s Readiness for the ASEAN Economic Community: Strengths and Weaknesses for Integration This means that the AEC will give Thailand an opportunity to benefit from trade and investment from countries outside the AEC, more than others.

Three years from now, in 2015, Thailand will integrate with the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC), though general Thai awareness of the AEC seems negligible; AEC impacts being little understood, with AEC preparations limited only to certain groups of entrepreneurs.

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s I was recently invited to participate in a seminar discussion organized by the Federation of Thai Industries and the Thai Health Promotion Foundation, entitled, “Creating a Happy Workplace Organization in the 3.0 Era,” I gave my opinion from a broad economic perspective on the readiness of Thailand to integrate with the AEC, which I would like to share in two articles, this first reviewing the strengths and weaknesses of Thailand as part of the AEC. Comparing Thailand’s strengths to those of other AEC members, I see our advantages from many angles giving Thailand opportunity to become a regional economic, trade, and investment hub. 1) Geographic location Thailand is located in the centre of the region, with most of its borders connected to neighbouring ASEAN countries. Natural disaster risks are also relatively low compared to neighbouring countries. Though Thailand faced a critical flood situation, this disaster could be predicted and defended in advance. 2) Development level Thailand has a higher development level than most

countries in the region with its basic universal education, big pool of skilled workers and highly qualified personnel, its thorough high quality public health, and developed infrastructure, especially roads. Moreover, Thai law, institutions and other facilities are reasonably well developed. Thailand’s baht currency is accepted by our neighbours in border trade transactions. 3) Size of the domestic market and land area Thailand’s economy is the second largest in ASEAN, after Indonesia. Thailand’s large population size is approximately equal to each population of Myanmar and Vietnam, though the income level and purchasing power of Thai people is higher than their neighbouring countries. In addition, Thailand has enough land area for development and future investments, unlike Singapore, where space is limited. 4) Economic relations with ASEAN

Thailand’s trade with ASEAN was about US $7.5 billion in 2010 or 15% of the total intra-ASEAN trade value, ranking third after Singapore and Malaysia. In addition, Thailand has an Asian trade surplus of US $1.36 billion, ranked second after Singapore and was the only country from three with a trade surplus to ASEAN. This implies that Thailand will benefit from the AEC, particularly in terms of expanding exports to ASEAN. 5) Association with the global economy The Thai economy is very highly linked to international trade and foreign investment. Thailand’s degree of openness was 129% of GDP in 2005 and the expansion of Thailand’s economy always depends on foreign investment. Thailand is therefore more well-equipped and experienced in trade and attracting foreign investors than its neighbouring countries.

Thailand’s weaknesses fall into many opposite categories. These factors may cause Thailand to lose some benefits or opportunities affected by the AEC. 1) Lack of understanding and awareness The survey results of many institutions show that Thai people lack awareness about the AEC as to its importance, impact, and need for readiness, except for large enterprises or organizations involved in business with other countries. This lack of understanding and awareness may obstruct Thai entrepreneurs from seizing the opportunity or the chance offered by the AEC, leaving them unprepared and unable to face the impact of the AEC at the right time. 2) Unfamiliar with neighbours Thai people are not competent in English, which is an international language, and lack knowledge about their neighbours. The Thai education system does not facilitate study options on the languages, cultures and economies of neighbouring countries. Facilities are also non-conducive to trade, investment or tourism in neighbouring countries. 3) Some inconvenience in business Although the World Bank’s Doing Business ranking has ranked Thailand #17 from 183 countries (Singapore is ranked #1 and Malaysia #18), some factors are Continued on page 20


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amthaievent highlights The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee - celebrations and events

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here have been only three Diamond Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant, Jubilees of Heads of State celebrated photo by The Big Lunch throughout the world during The Queen’s reign. King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand celebrated 60 years on the throne in 2006; the former Sultan of Johor (now a part of Malaysia) celebrated his in 1955; and the late Emperor Hirohito of Japan celebrated his in 1986.

Celebrating the Diamond Jubilee

The Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II is an international celebration marking the 60th anniversary of the accession of Queen Elizabeth II to the thrones of seven countries.

The copyright for all images is festival will celebrate design, music, art, film, fashion and food from the past 60 years. Members of the public will also be able to watch the pageant on a number of big screens.

The Queen came to the throne on 6th Feb- The fourth annual Big Lunch will take place on Sunday - so anyone who ruary 1952 and her coronation took place wants to celebrate the Jubilee can do so by holding a Big Jubilee Lunch. on 2nd June 1953. She celebrated her Silver Jubilee (25 years) in 1977 and her Golden Sunday 3 June Jubilee (50 years) in 2002. The only other British monarch to celebrate a Diamond The pageant starts at Battersea Jubilee was Queen Victoria in 1897. Bridge between 2pm and 3pm and The 2012 Diamond Jubilee celebrations will centre on an extended weekend from 2nd – 5th June. An extra bank holiday to mark the event will be enjoyed in the United Kingdom.

Royal Household/John Swannell Organised by the BBC, the concert will be attended by The Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh and other members of the Royal Family. The ballot for tickets has now closed but the concert will be broadcast live on BBC One, Radio 2, and on big screens in Hyde Park, St James’s Park and The Mall.

finishes at Tower Bridge between 5pm and 6pm.

Up to a thousand boats will muster on the river as The Queen prepares to lead one of the largest flotillas ever seen on the River Thames. Tickets are still available for © Buckingham Palace Press Office the Diamond Jubilee festival in London’s Battersea Park, which will offer a great Concert at Buckingham Palace, vantage point to view the pageant. The Monday 4 June

Jubilee Beacons, Monday 4 June

Thousands of beacons will be lit around the world to commemorate The Queen’s 60 year reign over the UK and as head of the Commonwealth.

Service of thanksgiving and carriage procession, Tuesday 5 June The Epsom Derby On Saturday 2nd June, The Queen will attend the Epsom Derby.

The central weekend, 2-5 June

Communities all around the country will be celebrating over an extended bank holiday weekend, and there will be many ways to get involved in local events.

Big Jubilee Lunch, Sunday 3 June

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he Olympic torch is lit by an actress dressed as the High Priestess using a parabolic mirror to reflect the rays of the sun. The ceremony organised by the Hellenic Olympic Committee (HOC) to light the Olympic Flame was held today inside the Temple of Hera at the historic ruins of the home of the ancient Olympic Games. ‘amthai’

The Queen and other members of the Royal Family will attend a national service of thanksgiving at St.Paul’s Cathedral. It will include a prayer written, at The Queen’s direction, by the Chapter of St Paul’s Cathedral in honour of the Diamond Jubilee. A ‘Diamond Choir’ of children from around the UK will sing a specially composed song. Later in the day, the Royal Family will travel from Westminster Hall to Buckingham Palace by carriage, along a processional route. Shortly after their arrival, the Royal family will appear on the balcony and an RAF fly-past will take place. Buckingham Palace has published full details of the processional route, and the events will be shown on big screens in Hyde Park, St.James’s Park and Trafalgar Square. Information sources • Directgov • The Big Lunch • Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant ‘amthai’


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amthaieconomics Continue from page 16 obstacles to doing business in Thailand, as follows: “Starting a business”: Investment or conducting business in Thailand involves having to contact many government agencies, with multiple processing steps, which are individually time-consuming. “Receiving credit”: SMEs have credit access restrictions and financial costs are still high because Thai financial institutions have a certain monopoly level. “Taxation”: Thailand’s corporate tax rate of 30 percent is higher than that of its neighbours. However, if the govern-

ment reduces the corporate tax, this will be effective in attracting investment. 4) Higher business costs The wage rate in Thailand is increasing, while investors are looking to invest in new places that have lower labour costs than China. Investment in the world is likely to flow into the new emerging economies, such as Indonesia, Myanmar, and elsewhere. In addition, the relative costs of energy, transportation and logistics is very high, associated with high global oil prices. Therefore, Thailand is likely to lose its investment attraction. 5) Political and administrative

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problems The development of Thailand’s economy is slowing or sometimes restricted due to political and administrative problems, such as political conflicts, and the corruption of politicians and government officers causing high hidden costs in the business sector, and the poor performance of government agencies, etc.

be that we are not clear on our strategic position in the ASEAN arena. Our future direction has been forced by circumstances without planning or advance preparation. Thailand’s preparatory measures for inclusion in the AEC are not yet concrete and this situation is worrisome for the country.

Given the above analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of Thailand, we may question whether Thailand is yet prepared to cope with the AEC. The answer seems to

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