One of the most famous festivals in Thailand is the Loy Krathong Festival, which catches a special obsession among citizens and tourists in the whole kingdom. With that aura, CPIS held its annual Loy Krathong Festival last November 7 (Monday) from 8:40 am to 11:30 am right at the CPIS auditorium. This event was graced by the presence of many parents and the CPIS executive director, Dr. Phakdee Mangmiwatthana.
The activities highlighting the said festival included the following: Thje Dawn of Happiness (Sukhothai period); Nophamas Legend; Fashion Show (Thai Costumes); and Loy Krathong Brings Happiness. The skits and pantomime were led by the following students: Punchok (G9) as King Lithai; Tonnam (G9) as King Ramkhamhaeng; First (G9) as the Queen; and Tata (G7) as Nophamas.
Overall, the program was highly impressive due to the amazing dedication and great job of Ajarn Jongkok, Ajarn Tik, Ajarn Jongrak, and all teachers plus the fantastic creativity of the Front Office like Khun Beer, Ajarn Aewl and Ajarn Dao.