Wreath: Flourish Western Culture in Thai Tradition

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Rujirapha Ngamsakoo


            Wreath is a memorial symbol of Thai culture that received from Western manner. It was adapted by collateral decoration and function which appeared as Thai unique pattern and implement. Currently,
the wreath has been more and more popular in Thailand as it could found in every funeral. Therefore, the cost of the wreath is very high in each year. However, the wreath is only be used once. It is not worth
the amount of the purchase. The idea to decorate the wreath with a material that can be used again by blanket and towel as well as artificial flowers of used materials such as paper and coffee envelope (Reuse and Recycle) will increase the value of waste and conserve resources.

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Ngamsakoo, R. (2017). Wreath: Flourish Western Culture in Thai Tradition. Journal of Cultural Approach, 18(33), 79–95. Retrieved from https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/cultural_approach/article/view/88527
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