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  • (July 22, 2015) Chargé d'affaires W. Patrick Murphy and U.S. Consulate General Chiang Mai team traveled to Phitsanulok Province to meet with civil society, business, and local officials.

    (July 22, 2015) Chargé d'affaires W. Patrick Murphy and U.S. Consulate General Chiang Mai team traveled to Phitsanulok Province to meet with civil society, business, and local officials.

  •  (June 24, 2015) Acting Consul General Amir Masliyah joined the Mplus Foundation and Chiang Mai’s LGBTIQ community to open the exhibition “No His-tory But Ours” at the Chiang Mai University Museum of Art, celebrating ‪‎Pride Month.

    (June 24, 2015) Acting Consul General Amir Masliyah joined the Mplus Foundation and Chiang Mai’s LGBTIQ community to open the exhibition “No His-tory But Ours” at the Chiang Mai University Museum of Art, celebrating ‪‎Pride Month.

  • (June 21, 2015) While in the U.S. for her YSEALI Professional Fellowship, Ms. Phensiri Pansiri asked President Obama, “If you were Rohingya, which country would you want to live in?” His answer received widespread attention, and upon her return to Thailand, Ms. Phensiri has interviewed with multiple media outlets.

    (June 21, 2015) During her YSEALI Fellowship, Ms. Phensiri asked President Obama which country he would want to live in if he were Rohingya. He told her “I would want to stay where I was born…”

  • (April 26) The Consulate and the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) in collaboration with HIP Magazine, Chiang Mai Municipality Office and Pepsi-Cola (Thai) Trading Co. Ltd., celebrated World Intellectual Property Day 2015.

    (April 26) The Consulate and the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) in collaboration with HIP Magazine, Chiang Mai Municipality Office and Pepsi-Cola (Thai) Trading Co. Ltd., celebrated World Intellectual Property Day 2015.

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  • Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI).
    Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI)

    To nurture a regional network and strengthen leadership skills among ASEAN youth, the United States Government is pleased to invite Thai youth who are between the ages of 18-35 to register as members and be part of the Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI).