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1916 summer Mr Vasily Eroshenko, a young blind Russian, visits Thailand, the first Bahá'í to do so. Thailand First travel teachers and pioneers
1974 Owing to difficulties within the Bahá’í community, the National Spiritual Assembly of Thailand is disbanded. Thailand NSA
1975 Ridván The first local spiritual assembly to be elected among the Meo tribes, Laotian refugees in northern Thailand, is formed. [BW16:262] Thailand LSA
1977 The National Spiritual Assembly of Thailand is re-formed. Thailand NSA
1985 A regional office of the Bahá’í International Community affiliated with the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) is established in Bangkok. [BW19:161–2] Bangkok; Thailand Bahai International Community; Social and economic development
1986 6 Aug The Indo-Chinese Refugee Committee of Thailand estimates that five to six thousand people are Bahá’ís in the refugee camps on the Thai border. [BINS158:17] Thailand Indo-Chinese Refugee Committee
1990 The Bahá'í International Community was invited to participate in the World Conference on Education for All in Thailand because of its involvement in the work of the Task Force for Literacy under the aegis of UNESCO. [AWH75] Thailand Bahai International Community; Education; Literacy; UNESCO
1994 Feb 17 – 20 The first Bahá'í ASEAN (Association of South East Asian Nations) Forum is held in Bangkok. [BINS312:6] Bangkok; Thailand
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