On 28 September 2016, H.E. Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag and head officers of Team Thailand in Tokyo visited the Isogo Thermal Power Station Clean Coal Plant. The plant is owned and operated by J Power Co., Ltd,
On 28 September 2016, H.E. Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag and head officers of Team Thailand in Tokyo visited the Isogo Thermal Power Station Clean Coal Plant. The plant is owned and operated ...
... together with Team Thailand officials and their families, joined a volunteer activity to commemorate the auspicious occasion of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit The Queen Mother’s Birthday Anniversary. About 30 volunteers carried out a volunteer activity by cleaning up garbage and leaves at the banks of Meguro river in Shinagawa Ku, Tokyo.
... d' Affaires ad interim, together with Team Thailand officials and spouses, undertook a volunteer activity in the remembrance of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej The Great. There were approximately 30 volunteers carried out a volunteer activity by cleaning up garbage and leaves around Oimachi Station in Shinagawa district, Tokyo.
... Birthday Anniversary, H.E. Mr. Singtong Lapisatepun, Ambassador of Thailand to Japan and Madam Porndee Lapisatepun, as well as the Thai officials and staffs of the Team Thailand in Tokyo, about 30 persons in total, carried out a volunteer activity in cleaning up garbage and leaves at the Ikedayama park in Shinagawa Ku, Tokyo.
... Chargé d'Affaires a.i., witnessed the MOU signing ceremony between the Industrial Estate Authority of Thailand and Japan’s IHI Group at the Royal Thai Embassy.
The main focus of the said MOU is on Green Utility which promotes the use of clean energy in Thailand’s industrial estate. The Green Utility projects is aimed to accelerate Thailand’s effort on carbon neutrality as well as enhancing manufacturing efficiency of the factories.
... Thailand to Japan and Madam Porndee Lapisatepun, as well as the Thai officials and staff of the Team Thailand in Tokyo and their spouses, about 50 persons in total, together with other Thai people who visit the temple carried out a volunteer activity in cleaning the temple buildings, floors and the premises of Wat Paknam, Narita, Japan.
... Thai citizens living in Japan, in total around 250 persons, participated in the ceremony and took this opportunity to sing a royal composed song to pay respect to the King. The Buddhist merit making ceremony was also organized followed by volunteer cleaning activities at the Embassy and surrounding public areas in which all the Thai citizens were actively participated.
... in honour of His Majesty the King on the auspicious occasion of the coronation was displayed and received continuing attention by the public. After the official ceremony, attendants participated in the Voluntary Public Service activities namely, to clean up the Embassy area and surrounding public areas. The activities were successfully completed.