‘Long Live Sino-Thai Brotherhood' Picture Show in Rayong ,Thailand
On October 7th, an event with the theme of 'Long Live the Sino-Thai Brotherhood' was hosted by Confucius Classroom at Rayong Wittayakorm School in Rayong, Thailand. Guests including Mayor of Rayong Varavit, Rayong electoral committee member Du Songlin, cut the ribbon to open the event together. Over 50 delegates from Rayong Government, the Ministry of Education and Chinese Associations attended this event.
Mayor Varavit said in his speech that traditionally, the Thai-Sino friendship has a long history and has continued to develop. He also said the two countries have reached significant achievements in exchanges and cooperation in different fields. Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn, deeply revered and adored by both peoples from China and Thailand, has vigorously supported and promoted the development of Chinese teaching in Thailand and strongly boosted the friendly development of Sino-Thai relationship. As a messenger to spread friendship, the Confucius Classroom has made admirable efforts in regards to the promotion of Chinese culture.
Vice President of Rayong Wittayakorm School, on behalf of the Confucius Classroom, presented gifts to Mayor Varavit and extended his sincere thanks to the Rayong government for strongly supporting Confucius Classroom's activities. The Principal from the Chinese part of Confucius Classroom at Rayong Wittayakorm School Jiang Chengjun said that the aim of this picture show is to promote the Sino-Thai relationship to the Thai people and deepen the friendship and exchanges between the Confucius Classroom and the local people.
More than 100 pictures, which presented a detailed record of the cooperation in many fields, including politics, economy, culture and education, since the establishment of Sino-Thai diplomatic relations, were displayed in this event. These precious pictures covered a large range of activities, from the breakthrough establishment of diplomatic relations to cultural exchanges, from economic and trade exchanges to senior-level visits, all of which attracted many visitors' attention.