Chonburi marked the 62nd birthday of HRH Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn with a ceremony at Wat Nok. Deputy Gov. Pongsak Preechawit presided over the July 28 service attended by government officers, businesspeople, residents, and students who dressed in white to honor and express loyalty to HRH...
Thailand’s slow push to raze the mountains of paperwork that have long defined government bureaucracy rolled into Chonburi as the Electronic Government Agency brought it’s “e-government road show” to the province.

Chonburi Red Cross gets to work for 2014

Wednesday, 15 January 2014 16:36
Chonburi Red Cross officials got to work for the new year, catching up regional members on ongoing projects.
HRH Princess Soamsawalee’s Princess Pa Foundation donated 2,000 bags of relief supplies to victims of flooding in Phanat Nikhom.

Chonburi buffalo races set for Oct. 14-20

Wednesday, 02 October 2013 17:40
The end of Buddhist Lent is approaching, and Chonburi officials have started planning the province’s annual buffalo races that also signal the official end to the rainy season.

Chonburi buffalo races set for Oct. 14-20

Wednesday, 25 September 2013 16:58
The end of Buddhist Lent is approaching, and Chonburi officials have started planning the province’s annual buffalo races that also signal the official end to the rainy season.

Chonburi buffalos race Oct. 14-20

Wednesday, 04 September 2013 14:44
Buddhist Lent may have started only recently, but Chonburi officials are already planning for its end and the province’s annual buffalo races. Deputy Gov. Pongsak Preechawit chaired an Aug. 23 planning meeting to prepare for the 2013 Buffalo Racing Festival held in concert with Chonburi City...
Chonburi marked the 61st birthday of HRH Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn with a ceremony at Yai Intharam Temple. Deputy Gov. Pongsak Preechawit presided over the July 27 service attended by government officers, businesspeople, residents, and students who dressed in white to honor and express loyalty to...
An international organization dedicated to improving health and well-being of people through education, community action and public policy will hold its annual global meeting in Pattaya Aug. 25-29.
Chonburi is looking overseas for examples on how to improve its sports competitions and facilities. At a March 11 Chonburi Sports Committee meeting, Deputy Gov. Pongsak Preechawit reviewed plans for trips done in coordination with the Sports Authority of Thailand to foreign sport institutions to observe...
The Pattaya Mail Media Group won the newly renamed “Best in the East” media award for the 15th straight year from the Eastern Mass Media Association. Chonburi Deputy Gov. Pongsak Preechawit presented Pattaya Mail executives with the award commending the company’s “broadcasting of news...
Pattaya Mail director of operations, Kamolthep Malhotra (left), accepts the “Most Outstanding Newspaper in all of East Thailand” award from Chonburi Deputy Governor Pongsak Preechawit. This marks the 15th straight year Pattaya Mail Media Group has received top honors from the Eastern Mass...
The Chonburi government has joined with schools, public agencies and employee associations to create a centralized database of workers to meet the province’s high labor demand.
It’s buffalo racing time again in Chonburi as the 141st edition of the crowd-pleasing contest stampedes into town, with festivities running from Oct. 26-Nov. 1.  The actual races are scheduled for Oct 29 beginning at 8 a.m.

Chonburi Buffalo Races Oct. 26-Nov. 1

Wednesday, 17 October 2012 14:35
Traditional handicrafts and games will take center stage at the Chonburi Festival Oct. 26-Nov. 1 in front of Chonburi City Hall.
Chonburi will stage a week-long religious celebration over the Visakha Bucha holiday to mark the 2,600th anniversary of Lord Buddha’s enlightenment.
Thai companies need to quickly upgrade the English-language skills of their workforce or face widespread job losses when it takes effect in 2015, Chonburi’s deputy governor warned Pattaya business leaders.
HRH Princess Ubolratana Rajakanya will kick off this year’s 'To Be No. 1 Project 2012' contest will kick off on March 25 with youths from eastern and central Thailand vying to become the top    ambassadors for HRH the Princess’s anti-drug campaign.
Chonburi officials plan to step up public awareness about the province’s human trafficking problem by recruiting athletes, celebrities and police to take part in a series of education lectures.
We are the ‘Best in East’ for the 13th consecutive year The Pattaya Mail Media Group won the prestigious “Most Outstanding Mass Media of the Year” award for the 13th straight year from the Eastern Mass Media Association.
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