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2013.12.03 Special lecture at Meiji University, Izumi Campus

On 3 December 2013, Mr. Yordying Supasri, First Secretary, gave a special lecture on Thailand-Japan relations in “Southeast Asia Studies” subject. He mentioned in brief about Thailand before touching upon its history, culture and economic relations, while also emphasizing on the two countries as the old friends and modern partners. Students were allowed to ask questions after the lecture. Meiji University’s Southeast Asian Studies is the cooperation between the university itself and ASEAN-Japan...
18/12/2013

2013.11.05 Lecture at Bunkyo University Shonan Campus

On 5 November 2013, 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 natural disasters.  After that Mr. Chantadansuwan answered questions received from the students about Thailand...
07/11/2013

Ambassador congratulates the first gold medalist of Thailand.

On 25July 2021, H.E. Ambassador Singtong Lapisatepun congratulated “Tennis” Panipak Wongpattanakit on her legendary victory, winning the first gold medalist for Thailand at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic. Ambassador Singtong expressed his sincere congratulations on her success that made a new page of history for the Thai taekwondo. Her relentlessness and perseverance brought the national pride and inspiration for the whole country. He also expressed his full support for Mr. Thana Chaiprasit...

Deputy Prime Minister visited Kyoto Prefecture

On February 1, 2019, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag joined the delegation of H.E Mr. Somkid Jatusripitak to visit Kyoto. In the morning, the Deputy Prime Minister met with Mr. Takatoshi Nishiwaki, Governor of Kyoto Prefecture to strengthen relations with local people and businesses and he invited investors from Kyoto to expand their business in Thailand. On February 1, 2019, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag joined the delegation of H.E Mr. Somkid Jatusripitak to visit Kyoto. In the morning, the Deputy Prime...
01/02/2019

Ambassador congratulates bronze medalist of Thailand in Tokyo 2020 Olympics

On 7 August 2021 Ambassador Singtong Lapisatepun congratulated Miss Sudaporn “Taew” Seesondee on winning a bronze medal for Thailand from Boxing – Women’s Lightweight (60 KG) at Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. Ambassador Singtong expressed his sincere congratulations on Miss Sudaporn’s success that made a new page of history for Thai female boxing. This is the second medal Thailand won in this Games. Miss Sudaporn’s determination and perseverance inspired the whole nation to...

2014.01.25 5th Thailand-Gakugeifuzoku (Tokyo Gakugei University Senior High School) no Kai

On 25 January 2014, the 5th Thailand-Gakugeifuzoku no Kai (alumni gathering) was held at the hall of the newly-built Royal Thai Embassy, Tokyo.  From the Thai side, Mr. Singtong Lapisatepun, Minister and Deputy Chief of Mission, diplomats who graduated from the school and current students participated.  Mr. Kazuo Harada, Headmaster of the school, Mr. Hiroshi Kawasumi, deputy master, Ms. Reiko Noguchi, President of the alumni association, and Mme. Kiyoko Fukuda (spouse of former Prime Minister H...
26/01/2014

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

On 10 December 2013, Minister Singtong Lapisatepun and Minister-Counsellor Pattarat Hongtong 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 (Adviser) of the Legal and Litigation Office of Bangkok Metropolitan Administration, is on its study visit in Japan during 8-14 December...
16/12/2013

Building Thailand-Japan friendship with the Japanese Youth at Kogai Elementary School in Tokyo

On 11 December 2020 the Royal Thai Embassy was invited to introduce Thailand to grade 5 and 6students at Kogai Elementary Schoo lin Minato City in Tokyo. The Embassy believes that getting to know Thailand from a young age helps build a long-lasting friendship between Thailand and Japan. The briefing was presented by Ms. Urawat Sukseangdow, Minister-Counsellor, together with the Embassy’s staff. On 11 December 2020 the Royal Thai Embassy was invited to introduce Thailand to grade 5 and 6students...
11/12/2020

the article "A Legacy That Stands by the People" by Mr. Don Pramudwinai

A Legacy That Stands by the People Don Pramudwinai Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Thailand As we approach the end of this very challenging year of COVID-19, Thais around the world are commemorating our National Day on 5 th  December, which is also the birthday of His Majesty the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej The Great, Thai Father’s Day, and World Soil Day. All these occasions remind us of how our nation has evolved this far and what institutional forces...

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 in Hiroshima upon Hiroshima-Thailand Association’s 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...
07/06/2013
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