The Royal Thai Embassy supported Thai students in Malaysia to organise Iftar activities during the Ramadan through running Thai food stalls and giving the profits back to the society. (2)

The Royal Thai Embassy supported Thai students in Malaysia to organise Iftar activities during the Ramadan through running Thai food stalls and giving the profits back to the society. (2)

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On 28 March 2024, the Royal Thai Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, represented by Miss Nuporn Chantavarin, First Secretary, and Mr. Thorne Thaenrattanawichit, Second Secretary, participated in the Iftar Dinner organised by the Thai Students Groups in Central region of Malaysia at the International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) in Kuala Lumpur, with participation of more than 80 Thai students from Central Malaysia.
 
Programme of the event included a Special Lecture on the “Last 13 Days of Ramadan” by YBhg. Prof. Emeritus Dato’ Dr. Torla Hassan, former Deputy Rector of the IIUM, and Prof. Dr. Dawood Abdulmalek Yahya Al-Hidabi, director of the International Institute for Muslim Unity at IIUM. The Holy Quran was recited by Mr. Husein Samoh, a Thai political science student at IIUM and the winner of the Toronto International Quran Competition 2019 in Canada. The event was successfully held, and filled with religious, academic and personal skills knowledge.
 
The Royal Thai Embassy has been organising the Iftar every year with a view to supporting religious activities of Thai Muslim students in Malaysia during the Ramadan, and strengthening their networks and unity. The activities also aim at developing public mind among the students, while equipping them with necessary skills for today’s employment demand, and enhancing their potentials as representatives and cultural diplomats of Thailand in Malaysia. The students expressed their appreciation to the Royal Thai Embassy for protecting and overseeing their well-being, and continuously organising useful activities for Thai students in Malaysia.

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