On 11 October 2012, eight students from Azabu High School in Tokyo visitedthe Embassy as part of their curriculum’s field trip. They attended a briefing on Thailand-Japan relations by the Embassy staff and actively raised questions about the difference between the two countries, roles of diplomats and the Royal Thai Embassy’s roles after the earthquake and tsunami in Tohoku region.
January 2016, 7 students Thailand, along with Professor Yasuko Shiozawa from Bunkyo University, Kanagawa visitedthe Royal Thai Embassy to discuss about Thailand’s society and culture.
January 2016, 7 students Thailand, along with Professor Yasuko Shiozawa from Bunkyo University, Kanagawa visitedthe Royal Thai Embassy to discuss about Thailand’s society ...
On 2June 2016, Mr. Nattapong Lathapipat, Minister Counsellor and Ms. Ranida Chamchalerm, Counsellor welcomed 10 students from the Maruokaminami Sakai Junior High School, Fukui Prefecture who were visitingthe Royal Thai Embassy to study about foreign culture and lifestyle related to Japan.
On 2June 2016, Mr. Nattapong ... ... Royal Thai Embassy to study about foreign culture and lifestyle related to Japan. The activities included watching a DVD on Thailand covering all aspects and Thailand-Japan relations. The students gave a presentation about interesting tourist attractions ...
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 Buakird, Deputy Director-General, visitedthe Royal Thai Embassy. Their purposes included hearing ...
The Royal Thai Embassy invited representatives from Thailand’s government agencies and media to Japan during 24-30 September 2013 under the Royal Thai Embassy’s strategic project ... ... cooperation in protecting the Thai, and immigration investigation following such visa exemption.
Tsuda Industrial Co., Ltd. visit and Thai technical interns interview
Deputy Director General of Department of Consular Affairs
delivered present to representative ...
On 30 July 2015, 29 children from the Little Ambassadors Summer Program and their parents visitedthe Royal Thai Embassy. Miss Ranida Chamchalerm, Counsellor,
On 30 July 2015, 29 children from the Little Ambassadors ... ... parents visitedthe Royal Thai Embassy. Miss Ranida Chamchalerm, Counsellor, welcomed the children and answered questions about Thailand such as the food, weather, accommodation, etc. In addition, 6 children from the above program presented speeches about ...
... seven students from Japan’s National Police Academy who are studying Thai language at Asia-Africa Linguistic Institute paid a visit to the Royal Thai Embassy. Ms. Pakvipa Ahviphan, First Secretary, welcomed and exchanged views with the group on cooperation between the Royal Thai Embassy and Japanese Police and the Thais in Japan as well as arranged the presentation on Thailand and Thailand-Japan relations to the attendants.
On 30 November 2012, seven students from Japan’s National Police ...
On 7 February 2012, the students from Koshigaya Chuou Junior High School, Saitama prefecture, visitedthe Embassy to listen to the briefing about Thailand. Minister Singtong Lapisatepun also answered the questions from the students about Thai flood situation and other issues related to Thailand.
On 7 February 2012, the students from Koshigaya Chuou Junior High School, Saitama prefecture, visited ...
On 12th February 2016, Lecturers and students from the King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi's School of Management (Telecommunication and Broadcasting Management and Real Estate Management) visitedthe Royal Thai Embassy, Tokyo.
February 2016, Lecturers and students from the King Mongkut's University of Technology ... ... were greeted by Mr. Bhakavat Tanskul, Deputy Chief of Mission and briefed on the current state of bilateral relations between Thailand and Japan, as well as the economic situation and policies of Japan.
August, 2014, fifteen students participating in the “International Children Festa” program, arranged by SOMOS International School, visitedthe Royal Thai Embassy with their parents.
After Minister Singthong Lapisatepun conveyed a greeting speech, embassy staff gave a brief lecture on Thailand and cultures. In line with our promotion of Herbs and Spices campaign, the attendants got a chance to learn some knowledge of herbs and spices and experienced various Thai food during lunch time. Parents and kids made a small art work together,...