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  • Chargé d’affaires W. Patrick Murphy and an embassy team traveled to Singburi Province March 18 to participate in the Swearing-In/Close-of-Service ceremony for Peace Corps Thailand.

    Chargé d’affaires W. Patrick Murphy and an embassy team traveled to Singburi Province March 18 to participate in the Swearing-In/Close-of-Service ceremony for Peace Corps Thailand.

  • New York City's High Line changed the way the world thinks about public spaces. It's co-founder Joshua David visited Bangkok this week as a part of the High Line-Bangkok River Exchange.

    New York City's High Line changed the way the world thinks about public spaces. It's co-founder Joshua David visited Bangkok this week as a part of the High Line-Bangkok River Exchange.

  • On March 14, Cultural Affairs Officer Anne Seshadri joined President of Assumption University (ABAC) Brother Bancha Saenghiran at the opening ceremony of the YSEALI Leadership Training Workshop at Assumption University, Bangna Campus. Attended by more than 70 students from universities throughout Thailand.

    On March 14, Cultural Affairs Officer Anne Seshadri joined President of Assumption University (ABAC) Brother Bancha Saenghiran at the opening ceremony of the YSEALI Leadership Training Workshop at Assumption University, Bangna Campus.

  • Dr. Geri Richmond led a workshop on negotiating and mentoring skills for Thai and American scientists from the Armed Forces Research Institute for Medical Sciences (AFRIMS) and the Thai Ministry of Public Health - U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Collaboration (TUC).

    Dr. Geri Richmond led a workshop on negotiating and mentoring skills for Thai and American scientists from AFRIMS and the Thai Ministry of Public Health - U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Collaboration (TUC).

  • Chargé d'affaires W. Patrick Murphy hosted a reception on March 11 at the U.S. Chief of Mission Residence to celebrate Thai and American appreciation for jazz music. American jazz educators and Rangsit University Thai jazz professors performed live jazz music, including several pieces composed by His Majesty the King.

    Chargé d'affaires W. Patrick Murphy hosted a reception on March 11 at the U.S. Chief of Mission Residence to celebrate Thai and American appreciation for jazz music. American jazz educators and Rangsit University Thai jazz professors performed live jazz.

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