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September 21, 2018
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Australian Embassy take part in “Clean Up Bangkok River 2018”

Source: Australia in Thailand

Ahead of this year’s global Clean Up the World weekend, the Australian Embassy Bangkok proudly collaborated with Bangkok River Partners, hotels, retailers, universities and other businesses to make Bangkok a beautiful, green and clean city.

As part of the “Clean Up Bangkok River 2018” initiative, the Australian Embassy’s Charge d’Affaires, Jon Philp, led the Embassy’s staff to collect rubbish and clean the streets from Shangri-La Hotel to the Sathorn Bridge on Friday 14 September.


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