2013 is the year of the Snake, begins on February 10th shortly after the New moon in Aquarius, the humanitarian of the zodiac. This 2013 year of Snake is meant for steady progress and attention to detail. Snake Years are sixth in the cycle, following the Dragon Years, and recur every twelfth year. In the [...]
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Thailand will host the World Philatelic Exhibition THAILAND 2013 – World Stamp Exhibition from 2-14 August, 2013, on the 130th anniversary of the launch of Thailand’s postal service and the issue of the country’s very first postage stamp. Thailand has hosted the event three times in the past- once every 10 years – in 1983, [...]
The Thailand Post has issued a postage stamp featuring Dragon as a part of coming new year 2012. The Dragon is one of the 12-year cycle of animals which appear in the Chinese zodiac related to the Chinese calendar, and the only animal that is legendary. The Dragon is associated with potent and auspicious powers, [...]
Thailand post issued a set of four stamps featuring various home grown vegetables. Different parts of vegetables are useful to humans because they are the source of nutrients that contribute to the growth of the body and the strength of the organs. Some vegetables are natural hurbs with properties that can help to cure as [...]
Thailand post issued a set of four stamps of Khun Chang-Khun Phaen as a part of National Children’s Day. Khun Chang-Khun Phaen, a traditional Thai literature narrative, is about a love triangle between one woman (Wanthong) and two men (Khun Chang-Khun Phaen). It is believed to be based on a true story from the Ayutthaya [...]
Thailand post issued a postage stamp to welcome the Chinese Lunar year of Rabbit.
Thailand post issued a set of four stamps shoeing fireworks,a symbols of celebration at important events, as a part on New Year 2011.
Thailand post issued a postage stamp honoring the Thousand-Armed and Thousand-Eyed Guan Yin Goddess.
Thailand post issued a set of stamps featuring various zinc toys found in Thailand. Tin Toys made of Zinc are lighter and more durable than those made of wood.