On 28 November 2013, Minister Singtong Lapisatepun and his spouse, together with Embassy diplomats joined the ASEAN-Japan MusicFestival at NHK Hall, where artists from Japan and 10 ASEAN countries performed. Representing Thailand, Mr. Thongchai Mc Intyre, or “Bird”, sang his popular songs including “Rao-ma-sing (let’s sing) “too much so much very much” and “Eek-mai-naan” ...
... International, Royal Project, Support Art and Craft Centre, and exhibition on agricultural cooperation among Japan-ASEAN and Thailand, and Thai cuisine demonstration. Stage show also highlighted Thai traditional dance and music, Muay Thai, and other modern music by Thai artists and Miss Thailand 2012. The 14th Thai Festival was also a part of the 40th anniversary of ASEAN-Japan relations celebration.
... festival and gave moral support to the Royal Thai Army Band on 16 November 2013.
The music performed by the Royal Thai Army Band included Royal Guards March, Elvis Presley’s... ... Japan, receiving loud applause from the audience.
Japan Self-Defense Forces Marching Festival is held annually and is open for general public. In the past, only marches... ... first time that the Royal Thai Army Band joined the event, as the representative of ASEAN countries to commemorate the 40
anniversary of ASEAN-Japan relations.
On 5 October 2013, Ambassador Thanatip Upatising and his spouse, led Embassy staff to join ASEANFestival 2013, which was to celebrate the 40
anniversary of Japan-ASEAN relations. The event was held at Yamashita Park in ... ... fashion show, traditional dance, and live concert. Thailand presented Thai boxing from Hamakko Muaythai Gym and Thai traditional music by the Royal Thai Embassy Ensemble.