Rescued boys should help out society

Rescued boys should help out society

After their medical recovery, the boys should volunteer to work in the community or initiate social projects and invite their friends to take part. (Photo provided)
After their medical recovery, the boys should volunteer to work in the community or initiate social projects and invite their friends to take part. (Photo provided)

The 17-day operation to rescue 12 young footballers and their assistant coach came to an end last Tuesday, bringing joy to people around the world.

Cheers and applause were heard outside Tham Luang cave complex in Mae Sai district of Chiang Rai when reports emerged that the 12 boys and their assistant coach had successfully made the dangerous journey from inside the mountain to the surface over a three-day recovery mission that started on Sunday.

Media outlets from around the world turned out at the cave complex to report live on television, Twitter, Facebook about the historic rescue operation which has gripped a global audience.

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Anucha Charoenpo

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Bangkok Post News Editor

Email : anuchac@bangkokpost.co.th

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