More Thai Students Interested in Learning ASEAN Languages

With the advent of the integrated ASEAN Community in 2015, Thai students have become more interested in learning ASEAN languages.

Although English is to be used as the working language of ASEAN, the languages of various countries in the region are also important as they will bring members of the ASEAN Community closer together.


RSS Inside Thailand

ASEAN Ground Barred Dove Festival: A Major Cultural Event in Yala Province
International Rock Climbers and Tourists to Join a Rock Climbing Contest in Krabi
Thailand Prepares for Becoming an Aging Society
Songkran Festival is Celebrated in All Parts of Thailand
Growth of Thai and European Businesses
Celebrations of Traditional Thai New Year 2014
Switching to Digital Television Broadcasting Services
20th Anniversary of the First Thai-Lao Friendship Bridge
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RSS The Monarchy

Pikun Thong Royal Development Study Center in Narathiwat Province
The Royal House of Chakri
Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn’s Birthday Marks Thailand’s National Heritage Preservation Day
Chang Hua Man: A Farm Project at the Initiative of His Majesty the King
Preparations for Presentation of Princess Maha Chakri Award
Cabinet Acknowledges UN Resolution on World Soil Day
Royal Message on the Occasion of New Year 2014
Royal Project Fair 2013 in Chiang Mai
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RSS ASEAN Corner

Enhancing Skills of English Teachers to ASEAN Standards
Thai Skilled Workers Provided with Training in Preparation for AEC
Thailand and Viet Nam Step Up Vocational College Cooperation
Standards of Thai Spa Services Being Enhanced for AEC
Kanchanaburi to Get Ready as Gateway to Dawei in Myanmar
Thailand Proposes a Course for Tourism Professionals Based on ASEAN Standards
Higher Education in Thailand Focuses More on ASEAN
Thailand Sets Strategies in Its Blueprint in Preparation for AEC
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Foreign Press Tour to Observe Folk Wisdom and Innovations for Tackling Coastal Erosion in Samut Songkhram and Phetchaburi Provinces
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Media Familiarization Trip to Thailand 2013 (Bangkok, Songkhla, and Satun Provinces)
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PRD Foreign Press Tour to Observe Drug Control and Border Trade in Chiang Rai Province
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Climbing to Viet Nam's northern limit
Da Lat says it with flowers, once again
Fairy tales inspire water puppet show



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