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Thai people use chop sticks very selectively in my experience. In general they use a spoon and fork, in rather rare occasions they use chop sticks.
Chop sticks are around though and every Thai knows how to use them! The Kwetiao soup for instance a lot of times is served with chop sticks, Chinese style food is mostly served with chopsticks.
All rice dishes are however served with spoon and fork, afaik and the main staple for Thais is rice!