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TAT supports exquisite art exhibition to mark 40 years of relations between China and Thailand

Bangkok, 2 October, 2015 – The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is inviting local and international tourists to visit the specially-organised “Thailand through the Dragon’s Brushes” art exhibition to mark the 40 years of Sino-Thai relations. The event is being held from 2-4 October, 2015, at the CentralWorld shopping complex (Eden Zone E, First Floor), Bangkok.

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Prime Minister’s Office Minister ML. Panadda Diskul presided over the ‘opening of the Thailand through the Dragon’s Brushes’ art exhibition to mark the 40 years of Sino-Thai relations at the CentralWorld shopping complex.

The “Thailand through the Dragon’s Brushes” art exhibition showcases 80 exquisite paintings and sketches of Thailand by leading Chinese artists. The masterpieces are brought to Thailand through the collaboration between The Nation and China Daily, under the Asia News Network, an alliance of 22 media groups in 19 Asian countries, in recognition of the mutually beneficial significance of the 40th Anniversary of Sino-Thai Relations.

Mr. Sugree Sithivanich, TAT’s Deputy Governor for Marketing Communications delivered a speech at the event.
The art exhibition take places from 2-4 October, 2015 at Eden Zone E, First Floor, CentralWorld shopping complex, Bangkok.

Mr. Sugree Sithivanich, Deputy Governor for Marketing Communications said, “The Kingdom of Thailand and the People’s Republic of China have a lot in common in terms of culture, traditions, and customs. As such, this exhibition not only displays the creative works by these Chinese artists, but also the long relationship between our two countries.”

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