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The word ‘soft power’ has exploded into Thailand’s lexicon ever since young rapper ‘Milli’ promoted the country’s signature sticky rice and mango dish last month. In its soft power scheme, Thai authorities aim to promote the ‘5 Fs’ to the rest of the world. The 5 Fs are: food, films, fashion, fighting, and festivals. Now, Thai authorities say they will continue promoting the country’s world renowned silk as a part of the soft power scheme. Last night, silk collections designed by over 200 fashion students from universities and colleges around the country were displayed at the annual Thai silk fair. […]

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27 minutes ago, Thaiger said:

The 5 Fs are: food, films, fashion, fighting, and festivals

The 6. "F" don't need promotion, methinks

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So silk is soft and therefore a soft power? Right, got it. FFS! 

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