Tag: Embassy Denmark Bangkok

Danish politician visited Danish Embassy in Bangkok

Party Leader of Socialistisk Folkeparti (Socialist People’s Party) and member of the Danish Parliament Pia Olsen Dyhr visited the Embassy of Denmark in Bangkok on 28 November. Since Pia Olsen Dyhr earlier has served as the Danish Minister for Trade and Investment, she met with old colleagues and friends at the Embassy, according to the…

Thai-Danish expert forum held in Bangkok

An expert forum focusing on innovation and diagnostics-pathway to improve dengue patient management in Thailand was held on 28 November in Bangkok. The event was a cooperation between BluSense Diagnotics ApS, an innovative Point-of-Care diagnostics company in Denmark, its business partner in Thailand, General Science Enterprise Co. Ltd., and the Danish Embassy in Bangkok. The…

Danish innovation network visited Thailand

Creative executives and professors from the Danish Lifestyle & Design Cluster visited Thailand in the second week of November for a study and business matching trip arranged by the Danish Embassy. The 17 participants from the Danish Lifestyle & Design Cluster witnessed presentations from some of the leading Danish companies in Thailand such as ECCO,…

Thailand cave rescue: Danish diver invited to the Danish Embassy

The Danish diver Claus Rasmussen has visited the Danish Embassy in Bangkok to tell about his experiences from the famous rescue of a football team in North Thailand. Chargé d’Affaires at the Danish Embassy in Bangkok, Anders L. Graugaard, welcomed Claus Rasmussen and his family at the Embassy on 3 October 2018. Claus Rasmussen is…

Nordic embassies collect garbage in the streets of Bangkok

The Danish and Finnish embassy took part in Clean Up Bangkok–event by collecting garbage in Bangkok. Staff from the Danish and Finnish embassy in Bangkok, Thailand, picked up plastic bottles, cigarette stubs and other sorts of trash in the streets on the annual event Clean Up Bangkok on Saturday 15 September. Among others, Danish Ambassador…

After 10 years Danida still makes difference for Thai wildlife

Visiting the Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary, Uffe Wolffhechel, Ambassador of Denmark to Thailand, got to see first-hand how Denmark’s development cooperation, Danida, projects make a long lasting difference. The project has consisted of know-how transfer, better sustainability and involvement of many groups living in the area. The concept of the project has since been copied in…