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Frangipani — Flower of death and love
Plumeria, known as frangipani, is a genus of flowering plants in the subfamily Rauvolfioideae, of the family Apocynaceae. Most species are deciduous shrubs or small trees.
While there are a few popular symbolism of the flower, we liked this most — the strength to withstand tough challenges.

Frangipani in history
Frangipani is the common name for Plumeria. The story of Frangipani originated in the late nineteenth century when London was the largest city in the world and the capital of the British Empire.  It received its name after French native Charles Plumier, an avid explorer who visited the new world many times to document the plant and animal species there.
The story of the flower of death and love
The frangipani flower is paradoxical: it is the emblem of the Lao nation but it comes from America, it is white and fragrant often offered to the pagoda but some say to be wary, it is the flower of death but also of love.

In our recent digital initiative — World of Words, we have carefully selected a handful of beautiful creation of God that means something to us. We used them as our new website imagery as part of the celebration of life we tend to miss out in our hectic daily lives. We hope you will take a moment to pause, breathe and admire these wonderful things around us.

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