To change my state with kings The rise of two Monarchs in the East may sound like the substance of a Nostradamus quatrain. Never mind that they originate from two distinctly different races and cultures. In the case of both Emperor Naruhito of Japan and King Maha Vajiralongkorn of Thailand, long and historical traditions were shattered easily. This lends itself to images of any variety of apocalyptic conspiracy which are often foreshadowed by similar watershed occurrences. But the stories are ultra compelling. Unlike their predecessors with the accidental fortune of living in the shadows, the Emperor and the King grew up with an empowered media that served a voracious public appetite for information. Billions have become acquainted with the romantic stories of their non-conformity and occasional defiance. We learn also about managing the immense pressures of their station, the weight of the responsibilities inherited and the delicate legacies they will be shaping. There is equal interest in their queens’ narratives. Naruhito was born of a commoner Empress, Michiko. Her family was Roman Catholic in a country where Shinto was the official religion. The new Empress Masako was also a commoner. She has had highly publicized struggles to produce a male… Read full this story
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