together with 10 ASEAN Embassies to Japan at the Kasai Rinkai Park, Tokyo. In this year, the Embassy of Myanmar was the main coordinator of the event. The activities included a together-lunchon and competed in traditional games such as Tug of war, Penalty kick, Sepak takraw, Garden golf, Pickup Potatoes, Ping pong ball&spoon and Siamese twin run.
including Thai traditional musical instruments performance, Phee-Ta-Khon performance and Thai Takraw demonstration by Japan Sepaktakraw Federation. There were 629 students participated in the activities including quiz on Thailand and trying basic Thai Takraw for the first time.
201 participants from 55 countries joined the program during 1 – 14 October to exchange their opinions with Japanese on education, culture and society. Ms.Kornkanok Meksri, Nong Bua Pittayakarn School’s educator, was the representative from Thailand. She also performed the Northeastern Folk Dance in the ceremony also with the other countries’ performances.
organized by Saenchai Muay Thai Gym at Differ Ariake and presented trophies to the winners of the competition. More than 30 boxers from Thailand and Japan participated in this competition. There were about 1,000 people attended the event.
OA Kokietjim, Thai’s woman boxer, fought Asami Shikasho from Japan for the Vacant OPBF Female Flyweight Champion. In the match, Shikasho defeated her competitor by TKO in the 8th round.
participated in Global Festa 009. The event is held annually to provide opportunity to every organisation on development to display their works, objectives and plans to the public as well as to build up network among the related orgainisations. The theme of the event will be different each year, in 2009, the main concept was to express a global concern on “Environment and Climate Change”. In the event, TICA presented its works on technical assistants to many developing countries including African countries, Lao, Vietnam, Myanmar, Nepal, Bhutan, etc.
where many Thais living in Japan joined merit-making and offered ceremoniously to the monks.Tod Kratin is a Buddhist rituals connected to “Ok Phansa” or the end of the Buddhist lent and falls on the full moon in the eleventh lunar month, or in October. Ok Phansa is a day of merit-making. After Ok Phansa, lasts for 30 days or before the full moon of the twelfth lunar month in November, Buddhists will join a merit-making ceremony and gather at the temple to offer robes and necessary items for temple life to the monks on the appointed day. The ritual normally holds for a whole day. After merit-making and offering food to the monks in the morning, the Buddhists will listen to the monks’ preaching and do meditation. In the evening, the monks will lead a candle lit and march 3 complete rounds of the main temple building together with the Buddhists.
visited Royal Thai Embassy and listened to briefing on Thailand and inquired Thai Embassy staffs on Thai culture and lifestyle before taking a trip to Thailand and Cambodia during 8-15 November 2009 as their study programme of the community.
to brief on Thailand and culture including Thai traditional musical instruments performance, Phee-Ta-Khon performance and Thai Takraw demonstration by Japan Sepaktakraw Federation. There were 100 students participated in the activities including quiz on Thailand and trying basic Thai Takraw for the first time.