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  • Thailand offered textbooks on Buddhism in Tai Khun dialect to support the learning of Buddha’s teachings for monks and novices in Kyaing Tong, Shan State New
    On 3 March 2015, H.E. Mr. Pisanu Suvanajata, Ambassador of Thailand to Myanmar, visited Kyaing Tong, Shan State, to join the merit making ceremony on the occasion of Makha Buja Day (Full Moon Day of Tabaung). On this occasion, Amb. Pisanu offered 2,000 textbooks on Buddhism in Tai Khun dialect to the Kyaing Tong Patriarch for distribution to various monasteries for monks and novices to learn the teachings of Lord Buddha.
  • Thai businessmen keen to explore more business opportunities in Rakhine after discussing with Rakhine Delegation at the Embassy New
    On 9 February 2015, the Royal Thai Embassy arranged a meeting between Rakhine delegation led by U Tin Aung Oo, President of the Rakhine State Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and Thai businessmen in Yangon from various sectors. The meeting was chaired by Ambassador Pisanu Suvanajata and is part of the Embassy’s continuing effort to increase business opportunities for Thai businessmen in Myanmar
  • Royal Thai Embassy and YUFL join hands to help people affected by leprosy
    On 17 February 2015, the Royal Thai Embassy and Yangon University of Foreign Languages (YUFL) jointly organized the award presentation ceremony for the “Helping Hands for Our Friends Project” from Thai Department, YUFL to Mitta Parahita Centre for Leprosy. The ceremony was jointly presided over by Dr. Lwin Lwin Soe, Rector of YUFL, and Madame Thipayasuda Suvanajata, spouse of Thai Ambassador, and witnessed by executives from CP Group, RMA Group - Food Services and Express Food Group as sponsors of the project.
  • Ambassador Makes Border Survey Trip in Kanchanaburi Province, Payathonzu and Dawei
    During 2 – 5 February 2015, H.E. Mr. Pisanu Suvanajata, Ambassador of Thailand to Myanmar, led a Thai delegation comprising of officials of the Royal Thai Embassy, Yangon, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand, as well as executive members of the Thai Business Association in Myanmar (TBAM) on a border survey trip in Kanchanaburi Province in Thailand, Payathonzu and Dawei in Myanmar. The objective of this trip is to identify challenges and opportunities to the development of the border areas between Thailand and Myanmar.
  • Delegation from Myanmar visited Thailand to learn about child development for children with special needs
    The Royal Thai Embassy in Yangon, in collaboration with Department of Mental Health and Rajanagarindra Institute of Child Development (RICD), Ministry of Public Health of Thailand, organized a study visit in Chiang Mai, Thailand, during 14-17 January 2015 for a delegation of 15 participants from Myanmar, comprising government officials from Ministry of Health, Ministry of Education, and Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief, and Resettlement, as well as professionals and executive members of Myanmar Autism Association.
  • H.E. Mr. Pisanu Suvanajata, Ambassador of Thailand to Myanmar, presided over the handover ceremony of 40 hand tractors
    On 7 January 2015, H.E. Mr. Pisanu Suvanajata, Ambassador of Thailand to Myanmar, presided over the handover ceremony of 40 hand tractors, vegetable seeds and fertilizers to farmer community in Kyauk Taw, Rakhine State. U Mya Aung, Minister of Planning and Economics of Rakhine State, was present at the ceremony as a representative of the Rakhine State Government to witness the handover.
  • Handover of eDLTV External Hard Disk to Yangon University of Foreign Languages (YUFL)
    Pursuant to the visit of Assoc. Prof. Naraporn Chan-o-cha, wife of H.E. the Prime Minister of Thailand, to Yangon University of Foreign Languages (YUFL) to preside over the opening of YUFL's Thai Study Centre on 10 October 2014, Mrs. Thipayasuda Suvanajata, wife of the Ambassador of Thailand to Myanmar handed over the eDLTV External Hard Disk as a gift from the Prime Minister’s wife to Dr. Lwin Lwin Soe, Rector of YUFL on 2 December 2014.

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