On July 1st, U.S. Consulate, Chiang Mai, Thailand hosted a reception to mark the 238th year of the Independence of the United States on the Fourth of July.
Consul General Heath and Consulate staff visited Chiang Rai province on June 23-25. They met with the Chiang Rai Chamber of Commerce (pictured) as well as local officials, politicians, business owners and American citizens, among others.
(June 12, 2014) In honor of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Pride Month, Consul General Michael Heath visited MPlus+ Thailand, a non-profit organization supported by USAID to promote sexual health, and human rights among local LGBT
(May 22, 2014) Statement by Secretary of State John Kerry: Coup in Thailand
More from the Consulate
This latest issue of ALERT offers 25 articles on current issues, including articles on the political crises in Thailand, and the condition of global political rights and civil liberties.
In all 50 states, Americans, naturalized citizens, and tourists alike celebrate the 238th year of U.S. independence. This issue features articles about newer immigrant communities planning to celebrate the Fourth of July and about refugees resettling in the United States.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights are a work in progress in the United States. New attitudes are ushering in change. But there is still work to be done. This issue offers a feature on history in the making in its coverage of gay rights.
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Michael Heath was appointed U.S. Consul General in September, 2013.