... traditional play, and quiz to 11 primary school students and their parents.Their visit to the Residence was a part of Foreign Culture Studies Program for the 4th Children’s International Festa on 25-26 August 2012 at Ebisu Garden Place. This is the second time the Embassy had supported the activity to promote Thailand. On 24 July 2012, Mme Aumaporn Futrakul, Ambassadors spouse, and the Embassy officers introduced Thailand through a lecture, Thai tourism DVD, traditional play, and quiz to 11 primary school students and their parents.Their visit to the Residence ...
On 5 August 2011, Mme Aumaporn Futrakul hosted a luncheon for 17 wives who experienced staying in Thailand during the time when their Japanese husbands were positioned there. On this occasion, Madame proposed the establishment of “Lady Friends of Thailand Fellowship”.
... Shinagawa-ward to brief on Thailand and culture including Thai traditional musical instruments performance and Thai Takraw demonstration by Japan Sepaktakraw Federation. There were 470 students participated in the activities including quiz on Thailand and trying basic Thai Takraw for the first time.
visited the Royal Thai Embassy as a international study programme. The Embassy’s staffs briefed the students on Thailand and Thai culture. After the briefing, the students asked interesting questioned on Thailand and its culture. In this occasion, the Embassy’s staffs performed Thai traditional music for the first time to the students. Indeed, Tokyo-Jogakukan Elementary School visits the Embassy every year. All students pay attention to listen to the briefing which makes impression and appreciation to the Embassy’s officials and staffs.
On 26 November 2009,...
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.
On 15 October 2009, the Royal Thai Embassy officials and staffs visited Dai Ni Enzan Elementary School in Shinagawa-ward to brief on Thailand and culture
... 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.
On 18 September 2009, the Royal Thai Embassy officials and staffs visited Shimizudai Elementary School in Shinagawa-ward
... Tatsuhiko Kawashima, Prof. Shigeyo Kimura, Miss Maiko Ito and Mr. Yosuke Naito attended as panelists.The said seminar was to hear comments and opinions on Thailand at present by 130 Japanese participants. Interestingly, those participants traveled to Thailand several times and had opinions that Thai people and their point of views were the main components to make them to return to the country over times. Moreover, Thailand had many features to bring back Japanese people to the old days. And, plenty of aspects on Thailand ...
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... had considered the eventuality of altering such form of government to the people at an appropriate moment. Popular readiness, the King believed, was an important Ingredient to success for such transition. It was only a matter of waiting for the right time.
On 10 December 1932, His Majesty King Prajadhipok signed Thailand first constitution and thus ended 700 years of Thailand absolute monarchy. Despite the number of successive constitutions that followed in the span of just over half a century, the basic concepts of constitutional government and monarchy laid ...
... her endeavors. Through encouraging and providing the means for the rural poor to revive old hadicrafts, the Queen shows a way for families to secure a source of valuable supplementary income while, at the same time, a fresh lease of life is given to time-honored crafts that may otherwise die out.
The origins of Queen Sirikit’s specific involvement with indigenous handicrafts dates from the early 1970s, where a disastrous flood in Thailand’s northeast region destroyed crops and caused widespread misery and deprivation. Their Majesties visited the stricken area and provided food and other necessities for the immediate relief of the flood victims, but the tragedy remained indelibly ...