Chiang Mai Governor Pisit Khetphasook opened this
year’s Children’s Day activities at the Physical Education College and
gave certificates to outstanding students from all schools in Chiang Mai. In
his speech, the governor repeated the prime minister’s Children’s Day
slogan that children must enjoy their lives with learning, creativity and
young dancer obviously takes pride in her performance.
Khetphasook cut the ribbon to officially get the Children’s Day activities
underway at the Physical Education College in Chiang Mai.
As in the previous year, traffic jams occurred in many
roads in the city, including Mahidol Road to Wing 41 and Suthep Road to
Chiang Mai Zoo.
At the Public Relations Department Office, many
activities, games and presents were organized for the children, but the most
attractive item was the broadcasting room, where children could play act as
a television news reporters.
what I can make with colorful clay.
enjoy a puppet show at FM100 radio station.
At Wing 41, there were shows from military officers and a
Chiang Mai Zoo also celebrated with activities on both
Saturday and Sunday, with many children and parents coming to see animal
presentations and join the fun.
The venues were many and varied in both government and private
organizations such as Kad Suan Kaew Shopping Complex, FM 100 Radio Station,
Government Savings Bank, Region 7, Chiang Mai National Museum, Sport
Authority of Thailand and Chiang Mai Technology College.