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  • New Thai Diplomats’ On-the-Job Training in Myanmar New
    The Royal Thai Embassy in Yangon, in collaboration with the Devawongsevaropakarn Institute of Foreign Affairs had the pleasure to receive 20 newly-recruited Thai diplomats batch 2014 for on-the-job training at the Embassy, with the aim to educate the new diplomats on various developments of Myanmar
  • Thailand supports capacity building for Myanmar
    The Royal Thai Embassy in Yangon, in collaboration with Dale Carnegie Training Thailand, organized the training course on “High Impact Presentations” during 8-12 September 2014 for the middle-level management of Myanmar government officials and staff of Myanmar’s non-profit organizations.
  • Royal Thai Embassy Extends Mobile Consular Services to Thai Community in Tachilek and Kyaitong, Shan State
    During 28 – 31 August 2014 H.E.Mr.Pisanu Suvanajata led officials from Royal Thai Embassy to meet Thai communities in Tachilek and Kyaitong, Shan State. The main objective of the visit is to provide consular services to Thai nationals working or residing in Tachilek and Kyaitong as well as to explore trade and investment opportunities in the areas.
  • The ASEAN Gourmet Festival in Yangon is launched to celebrate the 47th Anniversary of ASEAN
    On 24 August 2014, the “ASEAN Gourmet Festival” is launched in Yangon to celebrate the 47th Anniversary of ASEAN. This cultural event was a joint collaboration of the Myanmar ASEAN Women’s Friendship Association (MAWFA), Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Myanmar, and the embassies of ASEAN Member States in Yangon.
  • Ear Nose Throat Surgery Mobile Unit from Thailand performed their goodwill mission in Myanmar
    On 18 August 2014, H.E. Mr. Pisanu Suvanajata, Ambassador of Thailand to Myanmar, joined the opening ceremony of the “Ear Nose Throat Surgery Mobile Unit” at ENT Hospital in Yangon. Also present were Dr. Prapon Tangsrikertikul, Deputy Director-General, Department of Medical Services, Ministry of Public Health of Thailand, Dr. Udom Chaowarindr, Director of Rajavithi Hospital, Department of Medical Services, Dr. Daw Phyu Phyu Aye, Deputy Director of Yangon Regional Health Department, and Dr. Maung Maung Khaing, Director of Ear Nose Throat Hospital, Yangon.
  • Thailand shared knowledge and expertise with Myanmar in how to properly care for children with autism
    The Royal Thai Embassy in Yangon, in collaboration with the Rainbow Room and Myanmar Autism Association (MAA), jointly organized the "Workshop on Autism: Knowledge Sharing and Counseling Techniques" between 26-27 July 2014 at the Embassy’s Conference Hall. The aim was to share knowledge and experiences in how to properly care for children with autism, as parents and teachers need to understand and use appropriate techniques to engage the children with love and understanding. The workshop was attended by over 60 participants including teachers, parents of children with autism and volunteers, and the opening ceremony was presided over by U Tin Zaw Moe from the Ministry of Social Welfare of Yangon Region and Mrs. Thipayasuda Suvannajata, spouse of Ambassador of Thailand to Myanmar.
  • Thai Ambassador joined the festival to celebrate the “National Thai Language Day” at YUFL
    On 29 July 2014, H.E. Mr. Pisanu Suvanajata, Ambassador of Thailand to Myanmar, attended the festival to celebrate the “National Thai Language Day” at the Yangon University of Foreign Languages (YUFL). It is the first time that YUFL organized this festival, with the helping hands of 4 Thai teaching assistants from Naresuan University to support the improvement of teaching and learning. The Thai language at YUFL is one of the nine languages taught as a major and is a popular course among Myanmar youth as reflected by the increasing number of students enrolled in the course each year. The Thai Language Studies at YUFL has been supported since 2009 by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand, in collaboration with Naresuan University, under the Project “Curriculum Development in Teaching Thai Language at YUFL”. The Festival provided an opportunity for Myanmar students to practise Thai language and learn about Thai culture, through cooking demonstration, costumes and plays, exhibition of books and products from Thailand, and short essay competition.

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