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Winners of the 7th Japanese Language Contest in Bangkok by Kyoritsu International Foundation visited the Embassy

On 20 January 2020, Ambassador Singtong Lapisatepun welcomed 5 winners of the 7th Japanese Language Contest in Bangkok organized by Kyoritsu International Foundation and talked with them about the Japanese speech contest and Japan visit. On 20 January 2020, Ambassador Singtong Lapisatepun welcomed 5 winners of the 7th Japanese Language Contest ...
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20/01/2020

¬Winners of the 11th Japanese Language Contest organised by Kyoritsu International Foundation visited the Embassy

On 11 December 2023, Ms. Achara Chaiyasan, Counsellor, welcomed the winners of the 11th Japanese Language Contest in Bangkok, organised by Kyoritsu International Foundation. Japanese speech contest, the visit to Japan and their aspirations were among topics of the discussion. The said contest was held on 8 August 2023 and the winners were granted ...

2012.12.15 7th Thai Speech Contest

On 15 December 2012, the Royal Thai Embassy in corporation with Kanda University of International Studies held the 7th Thai Speech Contest to allow Japanese students who study the Thai language in their universities to present their ability in the Thai language and give their opinions through Thai speech.  The event also allowed university students to exchange their views on Thai studies.The event was held at the Millennium Hall, Kanda ...
19/12/2012

2014.05.09 Thai foreign-service official received MOFA Japanese Language Program completion certificate

On 9 May 2014, Ms. Piyavan Rakpanich, a Thai foreign-service official, received a certificate after her 8-month-completion of the Japanese Language Program organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan and Japan Foundation.  The program was to train foreign-service officers in practical Japanese language, culture and Japanese society, including Japan’s foreign policy. The program ...
22/05/2014

The 4th Thai Speech Contest 2009 in Japan

in Japan titled “What is the happiness?” at Kanda University. The annually contest is held to promote Thai language and Thai Studies among Japanese undergraduates in Japan. In this year contest, there were 13 Japan undergraduates from 5 universities in Japan comprised of Tenri University in Nara Prefecture, Osaka University in Osaka Prefecture, Keio University in Tokyo, Kanda University ...
24/11/2009

Winners of the 6th Japanese Language Contest in Bangkok by Kyoritsu International Foundation visited the Embassy

On January 21, 2019, Mrs. Dheerangkun Uchino, First Secretary welcomed 5 winners of the 6th Japanese Language Contest in Bangkok organized by Kyoritsu International Foundation on August 23, 2018, and talked with them about the Japanese speech contest and Japan visit. Winners were granted the chance to travel to Japan during 20-27 January 2019. On ...
21/01/2019

The 16th Thai Speech Contest co-organised by the Royal Thai Embassy and Kanda University of International Studies

... student form Osaka University, and Ms. Sara YANAKA, a fourth-year student from Kanda University of International Studies. The prizes included a scholarship of 50,000 yen from the Embassy. The Embassy is delighted to observe the growing interest among Japanese students in learning Thai language. Many students also started learning Thai after being captivated by Thai dramas. All participating students demonstrated enthusiasm in developing their Thai language skills. The Embassy is committed to continuing its support for Japanese students ...

Representatives of Nihongo Partners in Thailand under the Japan Foundation paid a courtesy call on Ambassador

... representatives of Nihongo Partners paid a courtesy call on H.E. Mr. Singtong Lapisatepun, Ambassador of Thailand to Japan, to report on the outcome of Nihongo Partners project. The Nihongo Partners project is aimed at providing assistance to local Japanese language teachers in teaching Japanese language by Japanese volunteers in 10 ASEAN countries, China and Taiwan. Since 2014, there have been more than 3,000 Japanese volunteers participated in this project. The 10th batch of 48 Nihongo Partners was dispatched ...

The Fifth Thai Speech Contest

... Other contestants received rewards and valuable books on Thailand supported by Japan Thailand Association (JTA).The Thai Speech Contest is indeed aimed at promoting better understanding on Thailand, its culture and the value of Thai society through Thai language studies and research, promoting Thai Studies among Japanese scholars and to extend Friends of Thailand in the long term.    
01/12/2010

11.30 Thai language students from Asia-Africa Linguistic Institute visited Embassy

On 30 November 2012, 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 Academy who are studying Thai language at Asia-Africa ...
11/12/2012
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