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Thailand: Kitchen of the World
A proverbial saying of the Thais, "In the water there are fish, in the field there is rice," paints the picture of a land teeming with abundant food sources. Such are the optimum conditions the country has found itself in, harking back to the era of the ancient Kingdom of Sukhothai, whence the proverb supposedly took its origin.
Thailand Illustrated
His Majesty the Kings Intellectual Property as a Tool of Development
Thai Heritage: The Healing of Herbs and Massage
Press, push, pull, stretch. Some might say that sums up traditional Thai bodywork in a nutshell. No soft pampering strokes. No soothing oils. And both practitioner, a masseuse or masseur, and client remain fully clothed.
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The entire year of 2004 was proclaimed by the Thai government a commemorative year in celebration of Her Majesty Queen Sirikits sixth-cycle birthday anniversary on 12 August 2004.
Thailand in Brief
The land known today as Thailand has a long history of human habitation dating back to the Neolithic Period. Excavations of settlements from the Bronze Age at Ban Chiang uncovered ancient earthenware believed to date from around 3600 B.C. The Mon, Khmer,
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In ancient times, people believed that growing canna lilies in their gardens would help protect their property and keep their family from harm. According to Thai mythology, canna lilies were guarded by deities who blessed them with peace and harmony.
By the Grace of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit
The year 2012 marks the 80 birthday anniversary of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit.
HARMONY WITH NATURE: The Royal Wisdom of King Bhumibol
In the face of today's environmental crisis, which is linked to climate change and manifested in natural
The Royal Imprint On International Relations
Thailand, formerly known as Siam until 1939, is strategically located at the heart of Southeast Asia, almost equidistant from China and India, lying on major traditional trade routes, both caravan and junk trade. The land and its inhabitants are versatile and open to the outside world, in terms of trade, faith, and culture.
Celebrating the Diamond Jubilees of a Great Monarch in 2010
The entire Thai nation woke up in shock and disbelief. King Ananda Mahidol, the young monarch whose formative years were watched by all the Thai people, had died of a gunshot wound.
Lasting Memories in Timeless Images
King Bhumibol Adulyadej is held in highest veneration by his subjects for thia one reason :
King Bhumibol Adulyadej -The Great King of Communication
The year 2007 marks the auspicious occasion of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej's 80th Birthday Anniversary, 5 December 2007, and the completion of the 61st year of his reign, the longest reign ever for the Thai nation and the longest in the modern world.
King Bhumibol Adulyadej: A Musical Self-Portrait
His Majesty Bhumibol Adulyadej, King of Thailand, was born at 8:45 on the morning of Monday, 5 December 1927 at Mt. Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States of America. He is the third and youngest child of H.R.H. Prince Mahidol of Songkla and Mom Sangwan, known later as Somdet Phra Srinagarindra Boromarajajonani (Her Royal Highness the Princess Mother).
King Bhumibol and His Enlightened Approach to Teaching
The Thais call their king "Phra Chao Phaen Din" Lord of the Land, "Phra Chao Yu Hua" Lord Upon the Heads, or "Chao Chiwit" Lord of Life, denoting the monarchs most exalted and all-powerful position among them, as was the case in the past, under an absolute monarchy, when kings were considered divine.
Queen Sirikit of Thailand: Patroness of Thai Crafts
Thailand, formerly known as Siam, is a small country in Southeast Asia. In recent times, the country is becoming better known around the world as a land of abundance and home to an ancient heritage of cultural and artistic traditions. A land of peace, the country is also a constitutional monarchy.
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When I took the Wildlife Fund under royal patronage, I did not fully realize the declining conditions of our wildlife and forests. But I am pleased to see that awareness in wildlife
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Initiated by the Thai government, the One Tambon One Product,or OTOP, campaign has received an overwhelming response from the public. Earnest efforts in product developments resulted in quality products
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The bright lights are still on and both sides of the street are full of people, even though it is very late at night. It seems that Bangkoks Chinatown never goes to sleep. This part of the city is often compared to a dragon
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By becoming the 55th member country of the United Nations on 16 December 1946, Thailand automatically obligated itself to peacekeeping missions and other military activities stipulated by the UN framework of responsibilities.
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Thailand is noted for being the center of an age-old civilization. We are so proud to have been born in this land, which has the Chao Phraya River as the lifeline of the country. Thailand is one of the countries where people dedicate their love and faith to their King. Accordingly

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