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Children learning Thai langauge in Melbourne read out their essays about multicultural society in Australia, as a part of a Thai essay writing and reading competition...
Kanokwan Subhodyana, an immigration lawyer, explained about Australias work visa and how to avoid being a victim of work visa scams targetting Thais.
Message from Mr. Chirachai Punkrasin, the Thai Ambassador to Australia, on the passing of HM King Bhumibol.
Ratchanee Naksuke, a mental health nurse, advised the Thai community on how to handle grief after the passing of HM King Bhumibol.
Thais in Melbourne gathered at Wat Dhammarangsee to mourn the loss of HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej after his passing on October 13, 20016. Many of the mourners told...
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