dtac invites Thai people to pay respects in remembrance of His Majesty Late King Bhumibol Adulyadej

dtac invites Thai people to pay respects in remembrance of His Majesty Late King Bhumibol Adulyadej and watch “King Rama 9 Forever” tribute film and “The Journey” documentary film

Mr. Lars Norling, Chief Executive Officer of Total Access Communication PLC or dtac pays respects to His Majesty Late King Bhumibol Adulyadej Mahitalathibet Ramathibodi Chakkrinaruebodin Sayamminthrathirat Borommanatbophit, or “King Rama 9,” for his grace and benevolence. dtac invites all Thai people to pay tribute to King Rama 9 through 3 different channels, including 1. www.kingrama9forever.com 2. www.dtac.co.th and 3. Facebook/dtac. People can go to the website, select one of His Majesty’s 9 portraits, and sign their name underneath in remembrance of His Majesty from October 9-27, 2017. The list of names will then be compiled and sent to the Bureau of the Royal Household.

dtac has also produced “King Rama 9 Forever” documentary to pay respects to His Majesty King Bhumibol. The film, to be broadcasted on radio and analog and digital TV from October 13-25, 2017, features a shadow puppet show by K3 students from Thawsi School to express Thai people’s love, loyalty, and gratitude to His Majesty for his kind benevolence and dedication to his people’s wellbeing through his 70-year reign.

dtac invites all Thai people to watch “The Journey,” a documentary film by Donut Manasnan Panlertwongskul in remembrance of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej. The film tells the story of His Majesty’s life in Lausanne, Switzerland in 1933 until 1951 when he made a 9,188km journey back to Thailand to officially take the throne, via letters, postcards, photographs and interviews of His Majesty and persons who had worked closely with him. The film will be shown at all SF cinemas in the Bangkok metropolitan area on October 12 and 15 and at all SF cinemas across the country on October 13 - 14, 2017.