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Buddhist group goes after Buddha-Ultraman artist, as abbot calls on society to forgive and forget

By Supachai Phetchthewee,
Supachai Sinprasert,
Prasit Tangprasert
The Nation

 

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The group “Chao Phut Phalang Phaendin” (Buddhists who are the power of the land) on Wednesday (September 11) filed a police complaint against a fourth-year university student for depicting Buddha as an Ultraman superhero in four paintings that were on display at a Nakhon Ratchasima shopping mall early this month.

 

Full Story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1122964-buddhist-group-goes-after-buddha-ultraman-artist-as-abbot-calls-on-society-to-forgive-and-forget/

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