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  • The first 2015 “Get to Know Uncle Sam” English-Cultural Camp was held in Ubon Ratchathani on January 23-25. 41 students from 3 universities in the lower northeast region of Thailand joined the weekend camp led by 3 Peace Corps Volunteers and 2 IRC staff.

    The first 2015 “Get to Know Uncle Sam” English-Cultural Camp was held in Ubon Ratchathani on January 23-25. 41 students from 3 universities in the lower northeast region of Thailand joined the weekend camp.

  • After visiting the Philippines and Malaysia as part of a broader Southeast Asia trip, Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Daniel Russel was in Bangkok January 26, 2015.

    After visiting the Philippines and Malaysia as part of a broader Southeast Asia trip, Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Daniel Russel was in Bangkok January 26, 2015.

  • On Saturday, January 24, EducationUSA Thailand hosted its annual higher education fair at Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit Hotel. More than 40 universities attended the fair.

    On Saturday, January 24, EducationUSA Thailand hosted its annual higher education fair at Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit Hotel. More than 40 universities attended the fair.

  • (January 13, 2015) Chargé d’affaires a.i. W. Patrick Murphy hosted a reception at his residence for the founder of Teach for America, Wendy Kopp. The event celebrated Teach for Thailand Fellows, who are young Thai graduates teaching in underserved communities in 14 Bangkok schools.

    (January 13, 2015) Chargé d’affaires W. Patrick Murphy hosted a reception at his residence for the founder of Teach for America, Wendy Kopp. The event celebrated Teach for Thailand Fellows, who are teaching in underserved communities in 14 Bangkok schools

More from the Embassy

  • ALERT January 2015
    ALERT January 2015

    Learn about the roles of civil society and political institutions on democratization in Thailand as well as social movements in the digital age, and much more in the current issue of our latest ALERT! 

  • @Sam's: Strategic Moves: Using Smart Sanctions in the 21st Century
    @Sam's: Strategic Moves: Using Smart Sanctions in the 21st Century

    Sanctions are a tactic used as part of a broader strategy to change a country’s actions. The U.S. applies sanctions differently to solve different problems. Each case brings its own lessons. Even when sanctions are imposed, humanitarian needs are addressed and cultural understanding grows.  

  • @Sam's: ASEAN-U.S. Partnership
    @Sam's: ASEAN-U.S. Partnership

    "The Asia-Pacific region has almost limitless potential, if it can avoid the pitfalls ahead. Strong institutions are key – not just to avoid and resolve disputes, but also to lower barriers to trade, and protect human rights and fundamental freedoms." ASEAN and America: Partners for the Future Remarks by Daniel R. Russel