500 join unity concert in Naklua

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About 500 people came out to celebrate Thai unity as Poramin “Long Longlai” Rangsrithum headlined a pro-monarchy concert in Naklua.

The Nov. 27 show at Lan Pho Park was organized by the Tai-fah Phaen Din Thai Project (‘Under Thailand’s Sky’), a group hoping to become a medium for Thais to express their loyalty to HM the King. Singer Poramin presided over the concert, crooning an original song urging Thais to live in harmony together.

The concert was the brainchild of Vinaithorn Thanokro, abbot of Prayongkitiwanaram Temple in Khet Nongjok, Bangkok and was spearhead by Chalerm Petthong.

Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome, Chalerm Petthong, and Long Longlai preside over the opening of the concert. Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome, Chalerm Petthong, and Long Longlai preside over the opening of the concert.

The project aims to create unity among Thais, and create love towards the country and the Royal Family. They hope to do this through organizing concerts, singing nation-love songs and undertaking activities together. A similar event was held in Phuket on August 27.