“Colors of Bangkok” youth forum planned to gather ideas to renovate Bkk

Dusit palace

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The Office of Youth Affairs of the Democrat Party, together with the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) and academic institutes, holds a press conference announcing a series of activities under the theme of “See-san Krungthep” (Colors of Bangkok) to be organized throughout December.

An adviser to the Prime Minister, Mr Apirak Kosayodhin, in his capacity as chairman of the project, elaborated that over 25 international organizations are joining hands with the BMA and local youth groups in organizing the activities. The theme – Colors of Bangkok – relates to its diversity which is enriched with culture.

The activities are divided into 2 parts. The first is organized to celebrate His Majesty the King’s Birthday from 5 until 12 December. During this period, Mr Apirak will be leading volunteers to clean and renovate government buildings and re-paint walls. The cleaning campaign will be held at the Kurusapa Printing House and Santi Chai Prakan Park situated by the Chao Phraya River.

The second activity will be held on 20 December. Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva and Bangkok Governor, MR Sukhumbhand Paribatra, will join the youth assembly where more than 500 youngsters will be brainstorming on how to renovate Bangkok to suit the lifestyle of the new-generation. (NNT)

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