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The Grand Tour That Saved a Nation: King Chulalongkorn’s European Sojourn as a Lesson in Soft Power

... powerful and sympathetic friends, Kaiser Wilhelm II of Prussia and Tsar Nicholas II of Russia, well before his visit to France and Britain. He also paid a visit to the elderly European statesman Otto von Bismarck at his residence, which generated much media attention throughout the continent. The King’s trust in his friendly relations with Prussia led to the employment of many Germans in strategic sectors in the modernization of Siam. Among them were Karl Bethge, the first Governor of the State Railway ...
21/10/2021

**Non-immigrant-O (spouse/ dependent of foreigner legally works in the Kingdom)

... Personal history form     completely filled in and signed by the applicant. (The form can download   here ) 5.         An original letter of invitation from company / employer in Thailand where the applicant’s spouse or applicant’s immediate family member works for .: PDF, copy or fax is not accepted .   * The letter must be in the company's letter head with company's seal and contains the applicant's name/as applicant’s spouse name/ purpose of visiting/date of entry . / length ...
06/07/2021

**Non-immigrant B (Working)

... registration documents from prospective employer in Thailand issued within six (6) months by the Ministry of Commerce of Thailand. 12. An original letter of recommendation from the current employer / company where the applicant's spouse or applicant's immediate family member belongs in Japan. : PDF, copy or fax is not accepted. *The letter must be in the company's letter head with company's seal and contains the applicant's name/as applicant’s spouse name/purpose of visiting/date of entry / length ...
02/07/2021

**Non-immigrant M Visa (Media : Journalist)

【 Non Immigrant M Visa 】 (Media : Journalist) (A media / journalist who has been working in Thailand.) §    Applicant must have a valid work permit. §    Only for an applicant who has been interviewed by the Information and Culture Section, Royal Thai Embassy, Tokyo,...
26/03/2021

**Non-Immigrant - O (Parents/Guardians of Student)

... photo on the form with glue. 4.        Personal history form     Completely filled in and signed by the applicant. (The form can download   here. ) 5.       An original invitation letter from school in Thailand   where the applicant immediate Parents member study for PDF, copy or fax is not accepted . * The letter must be in the educational institute/inviter's letter head with official seal and contain the applicant's name, purpose of visit to the Kingdom, date of entry , length of ...
26/03/2021

**Non - Immigrant M Visa (Media:Filming)

【Non - Immigrant M Visa (Media:Filming) (eg. film companies / TV commercials production / companies shooting documentaries, music video and TV program) ※Required documents for applying a visa in the periods of coronavirus COVID – 19 outbreaks ※ 1. Valid Passport : ...
01/02/2021

Thailand –Japan Relations

... unprecedented natural disasters such as the Tsunami caused by the Sumatra earthquake in 2004 and the Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011. When the disasters struck one country,donations, relief supplies, and rescue and medical teams were sent almost immediately by the other country to provide assistance. The expression of sympathy and assistance,ranging from the Royal and Imperial Families, Governments, agencies, companies to the individual peoples,was countless.           In 2017, Thailand and ...
07/07/2020

Ambassador welcomes Japanese media to his Residence

On 11 October 2019, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag welcomes seven Japanese media who belong to the Kazumi Club to the Ambassador’s Residence, where they are briefed about the Residence’s history and and hosted a Thai authentic luncheon. On 11 October 2019, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag welcomes seven Japanese media who belong ...
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11/10/2019

Thailand's History

... of the Christian era. At first they formed a number of city-states in the northern part of what is present-day Thailand, in places like Chiang Saen, Chiang Rai and Chiang Mai, but these were never strong enough to exert much influence outside the immediate region. Early years The Thais, most historians believe, began migrating from southern China in the early part of the Christian era. At first they formed a number of city-states in the northern part of what is present-day Thailand, in places ...
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