Bronze statue unveiled in Tokyo in memory of beloved elephant Hanako

Posing at the newly opened bronze statue of Hanako the elephant in Tokyo are sons of late politician Somwang Sarasas, |who gave the pachyderm as a gift of friendship to Japan in 1949. From left, Sriphob, Chinavais and Ukrit Sarasas. A BRONZE STATUE of …
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