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The City of Origami; CHIANG MAI, THAILAND
What is Chiang Mai? Past Present
Chiang Mai was a capital of the Lanna Kingdom 1292– 15 January 1775 Chiang Mai was capital of the Lanna Kingdom after its founding in 1296, during the same period of time as the establishment of the Sukhothai Kingdom. From then, Chiang Mai not only became the capital and cultural core of the Lanna Kingdom, it was also the center of Buddhism in northern Thailand King Meng Rai built innumerable temples.
Chiang Mai is the second-largest province of Thailand which places of Northern Thailand. Surrounded by the mountain ranges of the Thai highlands, it covers an area of approximately 20, 107 km 2
Where is chiang mai?
Tha phae gate It is a great spot and historic part of Chiang Mai where is the old and new cities meet. This gate is one of five original gates of the wall city which was completely rebuilt.
Wat Chedi Luang It is the historic temple of the big stupa or temple of the royal stupa which placed in the center of old Chiang Mai area. The grounds of this temple are home to “City Pillar” which is supposed to be protecting the city. A festival in honor of the city pillar is held every May and last 6 -8 days.
The Three Kings Monument This monument is one of the best known and most recognizable of the many Chiang Mai attractions. The Three kings were King of Chiang Mai in the middle, King of Sukothai on left and other is King of Payao who together were responsible for founding of Chiang Mai in 1296. Chiang Mai people look upon the Three Kings Monument as a shrine and makes offerings in the hop of blessings from the spirits of these supremely powerful kings.
Wat Phra Tad Doi Suthep The temple is refered to as “Doi Suthep” although this is actually the name of the mountain where it is located. Wat Phra Tad Doi Suthep is not just important religiously but also historically. This is an old school Buddist temple founded in the 14 th century A. D.
Elephants Camp The Teak tree forests that once covered the Northern Thailandscape around Chiang Mai were the workhouses not only for the timber loggers but also the elephants and their handles(Mahouts) who had to drag the felled trees away for processing.
Chiang Mai Origami Team MS. Tarnamthip Siriwong, 17 yrs. Grade 11 MS. Thannamrin Karnjanakitti, 12 yrs. Grade 7
My nickname is Nu. Nu (Nounours). I Like Origami. I Like Aikido. I start Origami since year 2007 I start Aikido since year 2011. I Like Taekwondo. I start Aikido since year 2012.
I have more activities I like when I am on weekend and holiday. Holiday Photograph & Movies. Demonstration Introduce Origami after jungle walk with Nature Walk Club. Festivals Songkran; Water Festival in Thai New Year.
My nickname is Proud. The followings are my favorites. Origami since year 2013 Reading Art Craft
These are activities I like when I am on weekend and holiday. Festival Travel Adventure Loy Krathong; Festival of light.
The team of performers Advisor Director, Origamist and Photographer Storyboard, Origamist Kru Aom or Nu. Nu (Nours) or Proud or MS. Ratchadaporn Siriwong MS. Tarnamthip Siriwong MS. Thannamrin Karnjanakitti Origami Instructor of Aom. Origa. Mi Sacred Heart School, Chiang Mai University Demonstration School