People invited to share photos in Bangkok’s anti-drug campaign

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BANGKOK, 14 November 2014 – The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration has invited Bangkok residents to share their photos of happiness on facebook or instagram as a part of “BKK Clear Happy without Drugs” campaign.

Deputy Governor of Bangkok Pusadee Tamthai said the photo-sharing activity aimed to encourage people, especially children and youths, to take part in Bangkok’s Anti-Drugs policy and promote the value of non-drug involvement.

The activity was newly launched under the “BKK Clear Happy without Drugs” campaign which also features many other activities. Recently, a short film competition has just announced its winners. The winning films are to be shown in a Channel 5’s TV program called “Show Pow” at 5p.m. – 5.30 p.m. every Tuesday. Copies of the films will be devoted for “To Be Number ONE Project” and delivered to all schools in Bangkok as well as youth-related organisations.

Those who are interested in joining the activity can upload their photos on website www.Facebook.com/BKKclear or www.instagram.com/BKKclear during December 1st, 2014 to January 15th, 2015. Photos which are most liked will be shown on the exterior wall of the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre and souvenirs will be rewarded to their owners.