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"Good Life along the Southern Border" Public Relations Office District 6 Songkhla

Telagapalas Local Fisheries Group : An Example of Collaboration on Legal Fishing and Local Fisheries Cooperative in Narathiwat Province. Telagapalas Local Fisheries Group : An Example of Collaboration on Legal Fishing and Local Fisheries Cooperative in Narathiwat Province. Please click here for details (Click)

The Princess of Humanity

... only a few Siamese girls attended school. Yet, despite her status of a princess, she led a simple, humble and down-to-earth life until her very last day. That is why the people’s sentiment towards her is a warm and caring bond, as if she were their ... ... Mahidol rather than as a princess. A Thai proverb that underlines the influence of mothers on their children states that ‘a good elephant is detectable from its tail and a good lady is identifiable from her mother.’ In the case of the Princess, her ...

A little learning goes a long way…

... vision, government and academic institutions began to follow her example in the pursuit of academic excellence and a better life for the country’s future generations. In 1979, that vision materialized with The Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Foundation,... ... Highness began to recognize and give equal importance to other factors shaping children’s development. This included providing good nutrition and combatting iodine deficiency through lunch projects, providing access to technology for schools in rural areas,...

A Modern Monarch in Action: Mobilising Relief in a Pandemic

... people’s quality of life, education and health, is a serious one -- one that has been upheld as a solemn oath to the people, a life-long legacy that was passed down from erstwhile generations of kings. The Royal Family works in the mindfulness of a simple ... ... to basic public services even in the most remote areas of the country, so that they are able to earn a decent livelihood in good health and happiness. That is what the monarchy believes it owes to its people. Since Thailand is not a rich country, there ...

Ambassador welcomes a person with a disability under the 2020 Japan Barrier-Free Project.

... is affected by Rett Syndrome, together with her mother Mrs. TANAKA Tomoko, under the 2020 Japan Barrier-Free Project. Ambassador gave his strong encouragement for Ms. TANAKA Kaho and her family to overcome obstacles and be able to live an enjoyable life. He also expressed his full support for a better livelihood for the people with disability and to make society more inclusive for everyone. Ambassador Singtong admired Mrs. TANAKA’s wholehearted dedication for taking good care of her child. He stressed that physical limitations could happen to anyone at any time. He also agreed with Mrs. TANAKA that the society’s attitudes towards the people with disabilities must be shifted from being a burden to giving them respects ...

Art of the Loom: the Future of Sustainable Fashion

... industry. Fabric like polyester are spun from plastic threads, break down into microplastics which get into the soil and water, ultimately entering the food chain. In fact, microplastics have become a leading marine pollutant. Even if countries have good marine debris and wastewater management, microplastics from synthetic fibers in the laundry could still threaten the well-being of life below water. As a contrast and a blessing in fact, natural yarn used in Thai silk and cotton garments are biodegradable and therefore do not break down into microplastics. Thai consumers are equally addicted to fast fashion.  But there is hope on ...
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Condolences for the passing away of Thai elephant “Arthit” at the Ueno Zoological Gardens

... the Royal Thai Embassy wishes to express our sincere appreciation to Elephant “Arthit” for being a Goodwill Ambassador, having put smiles on million faces and contributing to the strengthening relations between Thailand and Japan throughout his life. The Embassy will also continue to work closely with the Ueno Zoological Gardens to take good care of elephant “Uthai”.  Photo Cr.

2013.12.10 Minister gave lecture on “Japanese society, culture, administration, and law structure” for Bangkok Metropolitan Administration

... about metropolitan administrative law development and capacity building. Minister shared information on the Japanese’s way of life, value, and characteristics as well as history, which all contribute to the Japanese’s sense of responsibility, discipline,... ... Thailand’s preferable image in Japan to prevent any uncertainty in the two countries’ relations.  The visiting group paid good attention to the lecture and raised a question about the Japanese’s attitude towards Thais.

Royal Patronage of a people and a culture

... Queen shows a way for families to secure a source of valuable supplementary income while, at the same time, a fresh lease of life is given to time-honored crafts that may otherwise die out. The origins of Queen Sirikit’s specific involvement with ... ... programme to date. As a well-rounded scheme, SUPPORT follows up training and production with marketing and promotion. Finished goods are bought at fair prices and sold through the Foundation's own Chitralada shops and other non-profit institutions. Indeed,...

A Legacy That Stands by the People

... of the people. Thai people are more self-dependent, better educated, and have access to opportunities for better prospects in life. In the fast-changing world where human touch seems to be dominated by virtual interactions, many people have forgotten ... ... Vajiraklaochaoyuhua. In his Oath of Accession, he pledged “to treasure, preserve and build on our heritage…..for the great enduring good of the people.” His Majesty has never forgotten the solemn commitment of continuing the royal practice to help and empower ...
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