Thailand’s Lanna princess hails Turkish schools

Thailand’s princess of Lanna Chao Duangduan
Thailand’s princess of Lanna Chao Duangduan


Date posted: July 23, 2014

Thailand’s princess of Lanna Chao Duangduan hailed the Turkish schools in her country saying she is proud of them.

The traditional iftar dinner by the Turkish schools in Thailand brought together people from diverse segments of the community. The princess of Lanna Chao Duangduan was among the prominent guests of the dinner. Duangduan made noteworthy points in her remarks.

Fatih Schools in Thailand recently held an iftar dinner in Chiang Mai, which made a name for itself as the pearl of the northern Thailand. The dinner saw the attendance of a large group of high profile legislators and various religious figures.

The dinner kicked off with adhan (call to prayer) and then followed the promo videos on Turkey. The Fatih Schools students who participated in international contests throughout the 2014 academic year received their awards at the ceremony as well.

Duangduan presented the awards to their recipients and pointed to the significance of these schools and their achievements: “I would like to thank everyone involved for the iftar dinner by the Turkish schools. These schools are top-rated for their quality education. I am proud of these successful students.”

Published [in Turkish] on Samanyolu Haber, 21 July 2014, Monday

Source: HizmetMovment.Com , July 23, 2014


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