Activities


10.18 27th ASEAN Japanese speech contest winners – speech and reception

On 18 October 2012, Mr. Yordying Supasri, First Secretary, on behalf of the Royal Thai Embassy, joined the 27th ASEAN Japanese speech contest winner’s speech and reception organized by Japan Overseas Enterprises Association.Eleven winners from 8 ASEAN countries, including Thailand, gave their speech in different topics.  Winners from Thailand included Mr. Napat Hatthayanan, Thammasat University student, who gave a speech on “My Own Way” and Mr. Sorrasak Prawitsittkoon, Ubon Ratchathani University student, who spoke on a topic of “Toward ASEAN Community”.On 18 October 2012, Mr. Yordying Supasri, First Secretary, on behalf of the Royal Thai Embassy, joined the 27th ASEAN Japanese speech contest winner’s speech and reception organized by Japan Overseas Enterprises Association.Eleven winners from 8 ASEAN countries, including Thailand, gave their speech in different topics.  Winners from Thailand included Mr. Napat Hatthayanan, Thammasat University student, who gave a speech on “My Own Way” and Mr. Sorrasak Prawitsittkoon, Ubon Ratchathani University student, who spoke on a topic of “Toward ASEAN Community”.

10.20 5th Thailand-Japan International Academic Conference 2012

On 20 October 2012, Mr. Singtong Lapisatepun, Chargé d’ affaires, delivered a speech at the 5th Thailand-Japan International Academic Conference at Tokyo Institute of Technology.  The event was organized by the Thai Students Association in Japan under the Royal Patronage, supported by the Royal Thai Embassy in Tokyo and Royal Thai Consulate-General in Osaka.The conference was aimed at continuing academic cooperation, bringing together students, researchers and experts from various fields to provide an opportunity to share knowledge between Thailand and Japan, including other countries, and promoting and enhancing Thai academic work internationally.On 20 October 2012, Mr. Singtong Lapisatepun, Chargé d’ affaires, delivered a speech at the 5th Thailand-Japan International Academic Conference at Tokyo Institute of Technology.  The event was organized by the Thai Students Association in Japan under the Royal Patronage, supported by the Royal Thai Embassy in Tokyo and Royal Thai Consulate-General in Osaka.The conference was aimed at continuing academic cooperation, bringing together students, researchers and experts from various fields to provide an opportunity to share knowledge between Thailand and Japan, including other countries, and promoting and enhancing Thai academic work internationally.

10.18 Hokkaido Obihiro Sanjo High School students visited Embassy

On 18 October 2012, eight students from Hokkaido Obihiro Sanjo High School visited the Embassy. The group was welcomed by Mr. Singtong Lapisatepun, Chargé d’Affaires, who then gave a briefing on Thailand-Hokkaido relations and answered questions from the students.  The Embassy staff talked about Thailand and its culture using Power Point.Such visit was a part of the students’ study trip in Tokyo, which was introduced by the Goi Peace Foundation.   

10.18 Hokkaido Obihiro Sanjo High School students visited Embassy

On 18 October 2012, eight students from Hokkaido Obihiro Sanjo High School visited the Embassy. The group was welcomed by Mr. Singtong Lapisatepun, Chargé d’Affaires, who then gave a briefing on Thailand-Hokkaido relations and answered questions from the students.  The Embassy staff talked about Thailand and its culture using Power Point.Such visit was a part of the students’ study trip in Tokyo, which was introduced by the Goi Peace Foundation.On 18 October 2012, eight students from Hokkaido Obihiro Sanjo High School visited the Embassy. The group was welcomed by Mr. Singtong Lapisatepun, Chargé d’Affaires, who then gave a briefing on Thailand-Hokkaido relations and answered questions from the students.  The Embassy staff talked about Thailand and its culture using Power Point.Such visit was a part of the students’ study trip in Tokyo, which was introduced by the Goi Peace Foundation.

09.21 Briefing on Thai Culture at Dai-san Kasai Elementary School

On 21 September 2012, the Embassy organized a special lecture to introduce Thai history and culture as well as the relationship between Thailand and Japan for 400 students and their parents at Dai-san Kasai Elementary School, Edogawa city, Tokyo. Programme included a perfromance of Thai traditional musical instruments by the Embassy’s staff members and Thai traditional dance by Japan Asia Fine Arts Association.


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