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The Thai King’s Colors

Leedom Lefferts

Source: Berg Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion. South Asia and Southeast Asia 2010

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Beginning in 2006, many citizens of the Kingdom of Thailand started wearing shirts of a bright canary yellow with stitched logos proclaiming in Thai, Rao Rak Nay Luang— “We love His Majesty, the King.” Nay Luang is a less formal, more affectionate term than the king’s formal title, Phra Chao Pen Din, “Lord of the Land.” Sometimes the formula appears in English: “Long Live the King.” Occasionally, other colors, such as strawberry pink and lime green, have been used, but yellow has remained the mos

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