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The 13th Thai Speech Contest

... Studies gave the closing remarks. Every contestant had delivered the speech under the title of “My Pride” and answered a question in Thai. The selection panel was comprised of representatives from the Royal Thai Embassy, Tourism Authority of Thailand in Tokyo and Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan. The outstanding prize for this year contest belonged to Ms. Wonzon Park, the 4th year student from Osaka University and Ms. Noriko Arima, the 3rd year student from Kanda University of International Studies, who received a round trip air ticket Tokyo-Bangkok, sponsored by Thai Airways International Co., Ltd and the Royal Thai Embassy. Other winners ...

The 14th Thai Speech Contest

... an opening remarks. Thirteen bachelor degree students of Thai Major from 4 universities took part in the contest namely Osaka University, Ritsumeikan University, Kanda Institute of Foreign Languages and Kanda University of International Studies. ... ... comprised of representatives from Office of Economic and Investment Affairs, Office of Agricultural Affairs, Tourism Authority of Thailand in Tokyo and Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan. The outstanding prize for this year contest belonged to Ms. Shieko ...

Mori Kosan Co., Ltd paid a courtesy call on the ambassador

On 3 October 2017, Mr. Hayato Mori, Chief Executive Officer of Mori Kosan Co., Ltd in Osaka, and the delegation paid a courtesy call on H.E. Mr. Bansarn Bunnag, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Thailand to Japan. In the past years, the On 3 October 2017, Mr. Hayato Mori, Chief Executive Officer of Mori Kosan Co., Ltd in Osaka, and the delegation paid a courtesy call on H.E. Mr. Bansarn Bunnag, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Thailand to Japan....
03/10/2017

2013.05.25-26 The 9th Thai Festival in Nagoya

... corner was also opened for photo shoot.  All activities were to encourage the local Japanese to know and understand better about Thailand and its culture. Mobile consular services were organized by the Embassy consular officials and the Thai Network in Japan ... ... in Japan, the Thai Festival in Nagoya, therefore, gained broad attention as much as those held at Yoyogi Park in Tokyo and in Osaka.
03/06/2013

Royal Thai Embassy held the 20thThai Festival in Tokyo

... organizations and foreign ambassadors in Japan. The Thai festival in Tokyo is one of the largest outdoor festivals in Japan, and has been organized for more than 20 years, therefore it is considered an important occasion to promote public relationships between Thailand and Japan. This year, the Thai festival will be held 8 places other than Tokyo, such as Osaka, Nagoya, Sendai, Shizuoka, Fukuoka, Oita, Saga and Okinawa. This year's Thai festival in Tokyo had a theme with "the more we know Thailand, the more we love", and there was also OTOP Land area which brought Thai quality products to ...
12/05/2019

The Ambassador witnessed the MOU signing ceremony between Samitivej Hospital and Takatsugi hospital in Osaka

... Osaka. Dr. Chairat On 6 December 2018, Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag and Mr. Takeshi Yamada, Mayor of Takatsugi city together with Acting Consul-General Naruchai Ninnad witnessed the MOU signing ceremony between Samitivej Hospital and Takatsugi hospital, Osaka. Dr. Chairat Panthuraamphorn, Managing Director and CEO of Samitivej Hospital Group (Thailand) and Dr. Shiyuki Naito, CEO of Aijinkan Heathcare Corporation signed the above MOU which leads to the successful establishment of “Samitivej Japanese Regional Hospital” in Thailand and enhance the medical standard for Japanese people ...
06/12/2018

9th Thai Speech Contest

... Thai Major from 7 universities took part in the contest namely Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (Tokyo), Osaka University (Osaka Prefecture), Utsunomiya University (Tochigi Prefecture), Keio University (Tokyo), Meiji University(Tokyo), Ritsumeikan Asia ... ... selection panel was comprised of representatives from the Royal Thai Embassy, Office of Educational Affairs, Tourism Authority of Thailand in Tokyo and Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan. The outstanding prize for this year contest belonged to Mr. Taiki ...
20/12/2014

The Royal Thai Embassy in Tokyo organized a series of online counseling lectures under the project “Methods to create happiness and enhance potentials for Thai people in Japan”

... life, self-development for problem solving as well as stress relief to achieve work-life balance and happiness, particularly amid the COVID-19 crisis. The said lectures were organized for 3 target groups as follows: Officials and staff members of Team Thailand in Tokyo, Osaka and Fukuoka under the topic of “Happiness in work and life amid COVID-19 crisis”, on 30 April 2021 with over 60 participants; Thai volunteers from Thai Network in Japan (TNJ) under the topic of “How to help others with happiness”,...
06/07/2021

10th Thai Speech Contest

... degree students of Thai Major from 7 universities took part in the contest namely Utsunomiya University , Obirin University, Osaka University, Keio University, Meiji University, Ritsumeikan University and Kanda University of International Studies. Prof.... ... answer a question in Thai. The selection panel was comprised of representatives from the Royal Thai Embassy, Tourism Authority of Thailand in Tokyo and Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan. The outstanding prize for this year contest belonged to Mr. Daia Okamoto,...
19/12/2015

2014.06.14 Ambassador met Aichi Governor

On 14 June 2014, Ambassador Thanatip Upatising, together with Consul-General Vichit Chitvimarn, Royal Thai Consulate-General in Osaka, met Mr. Hideaki Omura, Aichi Governor, upon their visit to join Thai Festival in Nagoya.  They discussed on trade and investment between Thailand and Aichi.  Ambassador also confirmed that Thai political situation has cooled down and curfew has been withdrawn, lifting worries in traveling to Thailand for Japanese tourists and businesspeople.
17/06/2014
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