While the country celebrates National Children’s Day tomorrow and Bangkok police are beefing up security at 19 celebration sites, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra and her son will join in the occasion at the Government House.Emphasising culture and IT in accordance with the 2012 Children’s Day motto "Unity with Knowledge, Preserve Thai Identity, Mind the Technology", the Government House event from 8am to 3pm, will provide free WiFi Internet connection at the Santi Maitree Building to various companies. At 9.55am, Yingluck and son Supasek Amornchat will watch a "Pearl Harbour" marching band performance at the Thai Khu Fa front yard by Suan Lumpini School, winners of the Hong Kong Marching Band Contest 2011.
The PM and her son will invite youth representatives to sit on the prime minister's chair and pose for pictures with them, before coming out of the Thai Khu Fa building to greet children and watch fun activities at various booths at Santi Maitree Building.
The premier will also meet 200 representatives of southernmost provinces' young people and watch their fiveminute performance entitled the Lot Hope, before getting together with the student council to hear their recommendations to the government.
Yingluck and her son will open a savings account at the Government's Saving Bank to set a good example for other kids. Supasek will write a message on a crabshaped card and put it on a board for the lucky draw for the Prime Minister's scholarships. Yingluck will read a story to her son and other children at Santi Maitree Building's Blue Room before leaving at 11.30am. Later, they will attend the Education Ministry’s celebration at Sanam Seu Pa.
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