Students from Turkish Schools in Thailand Visited the Minister of Trade at His Home


Date posted: August 23, 2012

A group of teachers and students from Turkish schools in Thailand, who participated in various international Olympiads, visited the minister of trade Mr. Boonsong Teriyapirom at his home.

Yusuf Can Bektas, who is in charge of the Olympiads among Turkish schools in Thailand, Raneenat  Chaiwong, the representative of Fatih Koleji ( Whichai Wittaya) and Arif Akgul were also attendees in Minister Teriyapirom’s house. Among the students who visited Minister Teriyapirom were Turkish Language Olympiads participants Sirapat Benjachaya, Nicole Hueysuwan Florido, Sirinya Viseur, Parsimone Boonratana; ISWEEP Olympiads, USA, participants Sirisopa Hoffmann, Kulanit Chowdumroong, and the national swimmer, who holds the King’s award Pattarawadee Kitiya.

The Minister Teriyapirom listened to the briefing by the teachers and students. He expressed that those students who participated in the Olympiads have an important mission for representing Thailand in the international arena. The minister suggested the students that they should not forget Turkish after graduating from Turkish schools. He spoke with each student individually and asked them questions regarding the Olympiads, Turkey, Turkish schools, and their plans for the future.

At the end of the visit the students had their pictures taken with Minister Teriyapirom.

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Source: Haberimport http://www.haberimport.com/haber/turk-okulu-ogrencileri,-taylandli-bakani-evinde-ziyaret-etti-107248.htm

Disclaimer: The original article is in Turkish. Slight deviations from the original meaning may have occurred due to difficulties in translating phrases and idioms. PII volunteers translated the article.


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