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The earliest mention of the Thai, as a nation in south China call NAN-JOA, comes from Chinese records dating back to the sixth century BCE. These early Thai emanated out of the Yunnan region and dispersed into the general area of what is today Thailand. These Thai peoples arrived in various waves and displaced the earlier native Mon and Khmer populations as they settled the region with a large group settling in Thailand during the Sung period of China roughly around 960 CE. The related Lao people split off from the early Tai-Kadai peoples and moved into Southeast Asia, mainly Laos, while another kindred people, the Shan, made their way into Myanmar .

 
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The Royal Thai Embassy, on behalf of the Royal Thai Government, presents the humanitarian assistance for the Internally Displaced Persons in the North
The Royal Thai Embassy, on behalf of the Royal Thai Government, presents the humanitarian assistance for the Internally Displaced Persons in the Northern and Eastern of Sri Lanka read more....

Royal Thai Embassy, Colombo, organized a “Thai Cultural Night”
The Thai Cultural Night aimed to promote people-to-people relations, which will lead to the contribution of the overall bilateral relations between the two countries. read more....

 
 
 
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Thailand extends tourist visa exemption scheme until 31 March 2011
The Royal Thai Government has extended the tourist visa exemption scheme that had expired in March 2010. read more...
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