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Sharing to Eye Disability Persons

The Platinum Fashion Mall joined the Elrich Magazine to organize the ‘Sharing to Eye Disability Persons’ event in order to raise fund to support the foundation for the blind in Thailand under the royal patronage of H.M. the Queen. There were celebrities who made 6 designs of t-shirt for fund raising as follows:

Assadavudh Luengsoontorn: designing the t-shirt with the image of giving-eye-Buddha which is the Buddha image for Sunday. This means the golden guide light.

Peep Ravish Terdwongdesigned the t-shirt with the image of a bear holding flowers. This means that the bear represents a cute child who holds flowers which are the symbol of cheerfulness.

Roong Roongrawan (Noo Hin)designed the t-shirt with the image of a duck watering colorful flowers. This means to cultivate the Thai children to love nature just like the duck.

Pancake Kemanij Jamigorn designed the t-shirt with the wording ‘Pancake’ and a tiny angel. This means the angel is waiting to offer happiness to children.

Gao Jirayu La-Ongmanee designed the t-shirt with the image of Egyptian eye. This means the protection, and it is also the symbol of knowledge, good health, and wealth.

Patty Angsumalin Sirapatarasakmetha designed a t-shirt with an image of a smiling kid holding a balloon. This means the innocence of children who can be happy with only a balloon in hand.

The different designs of t-shirts were shown to public during The Platinum Children’s Day 2014 Presented by Elrich Magazine.
There were kid models who showed the t-shirts altogether with Anda, Kultheera Yodchang from ‘Pornprom Olaweng’ series, Charlet Wasita Hairmaenao from ‘Suer Rak Sam Pas Huajai Season 2’ series, Memee from ‘Dao Kiang Duean’ series, and young celebrity, Gao Jirayu La Ongmanee, Patty Angsumalin Sirapatarasakmetha who joined the designing and modeling of t-shirts as well as convincing participants to donate by buying t-shirts at the price of 200 baht each in order to raise fund to support the foundation for the blind in Thailand under the royal patronage of H.M. the Queen. Interested persons can buy the t-shirts at the public relation counter, first floor of the Platinum Fashion Mall, from today until 31 January 2014.