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Winners of Kyoritsu International Foundation’s Japanese speech contest paid a courtesy visit to Minister

On 20 January 2015, five winners of Kyoritsu International Foundation’s Japanese speech contest paid a courtesy visit to Minister Singtong Lapisatepun at the Royal Thai Embassy. The Minister shared with them the long history of Thailand and Japan’s relations and Embassy’s roles. The winners, who gave their speeches on 18 September 2014, were granted the chance to travel to Japan during 20-26 January 2015.  They will visit Kusatsu and other famous places in Tokyo....
20/01/2015

Nakafurano Elementary School visited the Embassy

On 14 January 2015, five students from Nakafurano Elementary School, Hokkaido visited the Embassy to learn about Thai culture and history. Miss Ranida Chamchalerm, First Secretary, welcomed the students and gave a briefing on Thailand in all aspects. The students were excited and focused their attention on Thai sports, Thai food and culture difference.
14/01/2015

2014.03.25 Kashiwa UNESCO Club of Boys and Girls visited Embassy

On 25 March 2014, 33 members of Kashiwa UNESCO Club of Boys and Girls, Chiba Prefecture, visited the Royal Thai Embassy, where Minister Singtong Lapisatepun gave information on Thailand-Japan friendship.  The group watched DVD on Thai history, politics, economy and culture, and accordingly asked questions on various topics such as Thai popular sports, agricultural products, tribal costumes, and decreasing birthrate and aging society.
31/03/2014

2014.03.06-07 NHK Culture Center’s visit to Thai Embassy

On 6-7 March 2014, were welcomed by Mme Monthip Upatising, Ambassador’s spouse, welcomed 27 and 24 members from NHK Culture Center, respectively, at the Residence.  After briefing about Thailand, Thai culture, Thailand-Japan relations and the history of the Thai Residence, the guests enjoyed Thai traditional dance, music performance and Thai cuisine.
13/03/2014

2014.01.20 Winners of Kyoritsu International Foundation’s Japanese speech contest paid a courtesy visit to Minister

On 20 January 2014, six winners of Kyoritsu International Foundation’s Japanese speech contest paid a courtesy visit to Minister Singtong Lapisatepun at the Royal Thai Embassy.  The Minister shared with them the long history of Thailand and Japan’s relations and Embassy’s roles. The winners, who gave their speeches on 28 August 2013, were granted the chance to travel to Japan during 20-25 January 2014.  They will visit Kamakura, Hakone and other famous places ...
21/01/2014

2013.12.10 Minister gave lecture on “Japanese society, culture, administration, and law structure” for Bangkok Metropolitan Administration

... gave a lecture on “Japanese society, culture, administration, and law structure” for Bangkok Metropolitan Administration visiting group at the Royal Thai Embassy’s Hall.  The group of 45 members, led by Miss Suwannee Pusuwan, Legal Officer, Senior Professional Level ... ... development and capacity building. Minister shared information on the Japanese’s way of life, value, and characteristics as well as history, which all contribute to the Japanese’s sense of responsibility, discipline, and unity, making Japan a strong nation ...
16/12/2013

2013.11.05 Lecture at Bunkyo University Shonan Campus

... Mr. Sittikorn Chantadansuwan, First Secretary, gave a special lecture on Understanding Foreign Culture Subject to students of the Faculty of International Studies of Bunkyo University, Shonan Campus.  He explained about general information on history, culture, Embassy’s activities and Thailand-Japan close relations, of which true friendship was seen when both faced ... ... cooperation with foreign universities such as Thailand, Australia, and the United States, leading to 70-90 Japanese students visiting such universities for 3 months.  Since 2012, Prince of Songkla University started to receive short-term students from ...
07/11/2013

2013.05.30-31 Minister gave lecture on Thailand-Japan economic relations in Hiroshima

During 30-31 May 2013, Minister Singtong Lapisatepun of the Royal Thai Embassy visited Hiroshima to give a lecture on “Thailand-Japan Economic Relations: Partnership for the Future” to Japanese businesspersons ... ... invitation. The Minister mentioned that Thailand and Japan were old friends and modern partners, which had more than 600-year-history of trade relations. Both countries have traded with each other both at bilateral and multilateral levels and Japan is ...
07/06/2013

2013.02.06 Inokuchi Junior High School visited the Embassy

On 6 February 2013, 12 students from Inokuchi Junior High School in Hiroshima town, Hiroshima prefecture visited the Embassy to learn about Thai culture and history. Miss Pakvipa Ahviphan, First Secretary, welcomed the students and made a briefing about daily life, world heritage sites in Thailand, and the importance of the King and Buddhism for Thai people.
07/02/2013

2013.01.31 Nishi Waseda Junior High School visited the Embassy

On 31 January 2013, seven students from Nishi Waseda Junior High School visited the Embassy to learn about Thai culture and history. Miss Pakvipa Ahviphan, First Secretary, welcomed the students and made a briefing about Thai flag, festivals and the recovery situation after the flood.
04/02/2013
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