Category: THAI – U.S. COOPERATION

Get-together Dinner to Welcome New Ambassador of Laos and NSC’s Senior Director for Asian Affairs

It was a great pleasure for Ambassador Pisan Manawapat, as Chair of ASEAN Committee in Washington, to host a welcoming dinner for Ambassador Mai Sayavongs, new Ambassador of Lao PDR to the U.S. and Mr. Dan Kritenbrink, new Senior Director for Asian Affairs of National Security Council, at his Residence. Ambassadors, charge d’ affaires and representatives of ASEAN embassies were also presented.

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Natchaya May Vutrapongvatana’s impression of the first Thai-American National Internship Program

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Ella Duangkaew’s impression of the first Thai-American National Internship Program

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Chakapong Soundara: First Week’s Experience by a Second-generation Thai-American in Washington, D.C.

My participation in the inaugural Thai-American National Internship Program was a dream I never thought would become a reality. Ever since I was a child learning Thai at Wat Thai D.C. and Wat Yarn Rangsee Buddhist Temple in the Washington metropolitan area, I have always wanted to work at the Thai Embassy. This year my dream came true. The vision of His Excellency Mr. Pisan Manawapat, Thai Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, is unprecedented because he understand the importance of educating the next generation of Thai-Americans about the political process in Washington, D.C. Ultimately, this development will strengthen the Thai people’s representation at all levels of government and will give a voice for them to address their needs and concerns.

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Summary of Key Developments on Thailand and Thai-U.S. relations

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Tightening Thai-US friendship through CSR activity: Thai Embassy’s contribution to the Children’s Ball 2015 Auction

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A lunch full of Thai food and good will

Ambassador Pisan Manawapat hosted a lunch on June 18 in honor of Dr. Kevin Quigley, former Director of Peace Corps Thailand.

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Surapoj Pochanatwong: First Week Experience by Thai-American Second Generation in Washington, DC

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