Internet users unite to help Thai daughter see her late father’s smile again

Picture courtesy of Sanook.

In an act of crowd-sourced kindness, Internet users have rallied together to help a grieving Thai daughter fulfil a heartfelt wish. Online individuals stepped up to aid an Internet user, who goes by the Facebook name Nuni Lovelove, in digitally modifying an image of her late father, whom she lost 19 years ago, bestowing him with a beaming smile.

Nuni posted an image of her father in a Facebook group called Lightroom cc photo editing. The picture was accompanied by a poignant request…

“I lost my dad 19 years ago. I wish to see him all cheerful again. Can you help me edit this photograph to make my father smile?”

This sentimental appeal touched a chord among the group members, resulting in a flurry of responses, reported Sanook.

Scores of netizens swiftly responded to her post, many of whom marvelled at her father’s striking good looks. Countless others were volunteering to modify the image of her father, striving to grant her longing to witness his smile again. The resulting images revealed an array of smiles – from subtle and suave to heartily broad revealing beautiful teeth. Additionally, some even took it upon themselves to digitally restyle his hair.

This simple gesture of human kindness, a collective effort lending a comforting hand to a daughter yearning to see her deceased father smile once again, has indeed warmed the hearts of many internet users.

Another heartwarming story happened in Thailand. A four year old Thai girl named Toey, who takes care of her blind grandmother, has received an overwhelming 5.9 million baht (US$170,000) in donations after her story was shared online.

The funds were raised after teacher Aoom, who runs the personal Facebook account ‘Modern Kindergarten Classroom, Teacher Aoom,’ posted about the Thai girl’s situation, seeking help from the public. To read more click HERE.

Thailand News

Samantha Rose

Samantha was a successful freelance journalist who worked with international news organisations before joining Thaiger. With a Bachelor's degree in Journalism from London, her global perspective on news and current affairs is influenced by her days in the UK, Singapore, and across Thailand. She now covers general stories related to Thailand.

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