'Takes the edge off': the cute cartoons that portrayed perils of Thai cave rescue
Amid the stress and uncertainty of a 17-day ordeal, artform influenced by Japanese kawaii approach eased a nervous nationWell before the Moo Pa football team emerged from the Tham Luang caves, they were cartoon heroes. Related: We're not heroes, says UK diver involved in Thai cave rescue The most remarkable story about the #ThamLuang rescue were the parents of the boys. Not once did they blame Coach Aek for what happened. On the contrary, they thanked him for looking after their boys. In some parts of the world he would have been lynched. Not in #Thailand. pic.twitter.com/7vrXTJ5Myg#ภาษาอังกฤษ วันนี้From our heart... thank you. /ฟรอม์ อ๊าวฺ ฮ๊าร์ทฺ... แธฺ๊งค์ คู้ว์/จากใจเลยนะ ขอบคุณค่ะ#hooyah #หมูป่าอะคาเดมี#SealTeam #ThaiNavySEAL#Thailand #Thailandcave #ThaiCaveResue #ThailandCaveRescue #ThamLuangCave #JAcademyEnglish pic.twitter.com/hjODcleVstHoooooooYahhhhhhhhWelcome home 12 boys and coach!!!!#ถ้ำหลวง #ThailandCaveRescue #welcomebackhome #hooyah Thank you everybody ❤ pic.twitter.com/Vv5xyATeKeAll the boys, their coach and 4 officers are out of the cave safely. -official annoumcement by the head od the rescue...
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