On 23 May 2015, H.E. Mr. Sihasak Phuangketkeow, Ambassador of Thailand, presided over the Opening Ceremony of the 13th Thai Festival in Osaka, which was held during 23 - 24 May 2015 at the Osaka Castle Park. The Royal Thai Honorary Consul-General in Nagoya, the representative of the Osaka Prefecture, and the representatives of foreign consulates in Osaka were among guests of honour. Over ...
... 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 ...
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 Ambassador also confirmed that Thai political situation has cooled down and curfew has been withdrawn, lifting worries in traveling to Thailand for Japanese tourists and businesspeople.
On 17 March 2014, a 14-member -visiting group from Thailand composed of the Election Commission of Thailand, led by Mr. Boonsong Noisophon, election commissioner, and the Department of Consular Affairs, led by Miss Pornpan ... ... observation and monitoring in Japan was made at both the Royal Thai Embassy in Tokyo and the Royal Thai Consulate-General in Osaka during 15-20 March 2014.
... Contest at Kanda University of International Studies on 14 December 2013.
Ambassador expressed words of gratitude for the lecturers who created various activities to strengthen friendship between Thailand and Japan and deepen understanding towards Thailand among students.
The 8th Thai Speech Contest was co-organized by the Royal Thai Embassy and Kanda University of International Studies, where 17 students from seven universities such as Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (Tokyo), Osaka University (Osaka), Tsukuba University (Ibaraki), Keio University (Tokyo), Meiji University (Tokyo) , Ritsumeikan University (Kyoto) and Kanda University of International Studies (Chiba), gave their speech under the theme, “Love”.
... students of Thai Major from seven universities in Japan including Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (Tokyo), Osaka University (Osaka Prefecture), University of Tsukuba (Ibaraki Prefecture), Keio University (Tokyo), Meiji University (Tokyo), Ritsumeikan ... ... selection panel was composed of representatives from the Royal Thai Embassy’s Office of Educational Affairs, Tourism Authority of Thailand in Tokyo, Chulalongkorn University’s Sirindhorn Thai Language Institute.
The most outstanding prize of this year contest ...
... between Nagoya and Bangkok. At the reception, Ambassador Thanatip delivered his congratulatory remarks, touching upon the direct flights’ contribution to the increased business and trade opportunities as well as people-to-people exchanges between Thailand and Japan. Mr. Monopchai Vongphakdi, Consul General of the Royal Thai Consulate General Osaka, also joined the reception.
... Research Council of Thailand (NRCT) also attended the opening ceremony.
UNESCO Biotechnology School in Asia is established in 2012 and is a part of the Asian CORE Program which is the collaborative project of the International Center for Biotechnology, Osaka University and Mahidol University. The Asian CORE Program is carried out under the cooperation between the Office of the National Research Council of Thailand and Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS), which has been established since 1987.
The Ambassador touched on the importance of academic exchanges between younger generations who will play a key role in development in Southeast Asia ...
... the Grand Prince Hotel Takanawa, Tokyo. The Contest was organized by Japan Fruits & Soap Carving Society, where Ms. Noriko Kosaka is the president.
Mme Monthip presented the opening speech, expressing her appreciation to the Society for its activities ... ... the two countries in foods and decorations. She also encouraged cultural exchanges through carving.
Thai Chefs Association and Thailand Culinary Academy acted as the judges, while carving instructors and the winner of the contest from Thailand conducted ...
... 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.