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Royal Patronage of a people and a culture

... specific involvement with indigenous handicrafts dates from the early 1970s, where a disastrous flood in Thailand’s northeast region destroyed crops and caused widespread misery and deprivation. Their Majesties visited the stricken area and provided food and other necessities for the immediate relief of the flood victims, but the tragedy remained indelibly in the Queen’s mind. For the longer term benefit of the rural poor, Her Majesty instructed a team to visit villagers in the northeast and ...
07/08/2009

The Royal Thai Embassy hosts the Thai Drama Festival in Japan 2021 (3-4 April 2021)

... allow Japanese people to have a whole Thai culinary experience. Thai ingredients, seasonings, Thai fruits, and ready-to-eat Thai food were also sold at a Thai supermarket booth. The event also offered other Thai drama-related activities for the Thai drama ... ... was participated by speakers from leading organisations in Thailand and Japan who are actively working to promote Thai drama industries, namely TV Asahi, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand, and Channel 3 Thailand. The talk was moderated by Asst....
03/04/2021

The Ambassador attended Nano Tech 2018 where the National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA) had an exhibition in the Nanotechnology Thailand Pavilion

... development in Thailand as well as following the trend of world industry. In 2018, there were 8 organizations from Thailand who had exhibition booths. These included the Science and Technology Ministry and also the private sector. Displays included food innovation, health care and herbal cosmetics.
14/02/2018

Deputy Prime Minister visited Wakayama Prefecture

... Prime Minister to visit Wakayama Prefecture. On this occasion, the Deputy Prime Minister met with Mr. Yoshinobu Nisaka, Governor of Wakayama Prefecture to promote investment from Wakayama Prefecture in Thailand. Particularly, the agricultural industry, food processing and Agro-Tourism, which Wakayama has demonstrated a lot of potential in. In addition, Wakayama is the province that produces the most fruits in Japan. After the meeting, the Deputy Prime Minister visited the Sowakajuen Orange Farm, which ...
31/01/2019

"Thailand Strong"

... has also been hit hard. Lockdowns and quarantines have broken supply chains around the world. Shipments of goods, including food and medicines, have run into roadblocks, leaving countless people in need. The virus exploited weaknesses in our immune system.... ... evident than in the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC), Thailand’s advanced development zone, and home to clusters of hi-tech industries. The pandemic forced parts of the economy to shut down, but the Corridor’s logistics networks – its ports, ...
23/09/2020

"Thailand Strong"

... has also been hit hard. Lockdowns and quarantines have broken supply chains around the world. Shipments of goods, including food and medicines, have run into roadblocks, leaving countless people in need. The virus exploited weaknesses in our immune system.... ... evident than in the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC), Thailand’s advanced development zone, and home to clusters of hi-tech industries. The pandemic forced parts of the economy to shut down, but the Corridor’s logistics networks – its ports, ...
23/09/2020

The Minister of Science and Technology , Thailand met with the Minister of Science, the Cabinet Office of Japan

... delegation together with H.E. Ambassador Bansarn Bunnag met with H.E. Mr. Yosuke Tsuruho, Minister of Science, Technology and Space, the Cabinet Office of Japan to tie cooperation for science and technology between Thailand and Japan. In particular, food science, robotics, space shuttle and medical, according to the New S Curve Policy of Thailand. This includes cooperation for developing Thai technician s to respond to the needs of the Japanese industry that invest in Thailand and for solving the ...
28/09/2016

The Royal Thai Embassy Participated in the 3rd Thai Festival in Sendai

... made from Thai rice, such as traditional Thai sweets. In addition, there was a mobile consular service in order to assist Thai people residing in Miyagi Prefecture and nearby areas. There were around 48 booths at the festival selling a variety of Thai foods and products and the Tourism Authority of Thailand and Thai Airways conducted promotions for Thai tourism. Approximate 35,000-40,000 people joined this festival, which was one of the Thai Festivals in Japan that gained a lot of attention from Japanese ...
28/06/2015

2013.08.26-27 Ambassador visited Nagano

... Monthip Upatising, his spouse, visited Nagano Prefecture in order to strengthen relationship between Thailand and the prefecture with Vice-Governor Yasuyoshi Wada and to visit Japanese agricultural businessmen who expanded their business to processed food and service industries to prepare for international competitiveness in agricultural sector upon joining TPP. In the discussion with Nagano’s Vice-Governor, both sides emphasized the long relationship between Thailand and Nagano since 1937, when the Thai Government ...
04/09/2013

Ambassador joined the Press Conference for ProPak Asia 2010 Road Show to Japan

... could be an opportunity for Japanese investors in Thailand .                   ProPak Asia 2010, to be scheduled during 16-19 June 2010, is the top international processing and packaging machinery and technology in Asia especially for food, drink and pharmaceutical manufacturing industries. ProPak 2010 has received good responses from 32,000 trade buyers which includes 65 Japanese companies.
25/02/2010
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