All Hearts for Japan Concert

“All Hearts for Japan” Charity Concert

March 16, 2011

CentralWorld presents “All Hearts for Japan” Charity Concert. A gathering of many fun-filled activities along with a chance to meet your favorite Thai celebrities at a meet and greet. There will be many celebrities and artists on hand such Um-Pacharapa, Amy-Morakot, Tan Pasakornaty, Di-Diana, Jenifer Kim, Koh Mr. Saxman, J-Jetrin, Armchair, Saturday Seiko,  well-known artists from RS, Virgin, Academy Fantasia, KPN and  A-Time .

The All Hearts for Japan charity concert The concert will be held at the courtyard at Central World Square, Central World B: 17:00 onwards.

There will be a plethora of great music and artists on hand as well as special activities at the All Hearts for Japan charity concert such as origami instruction and Japanese character writing. There will also be a candle and prayer ceremony to remember the lives lost during the terrible tragedy in Japan.

Central Pattana Public Company Limited, or CPN Hotel and Resort Group indices. mold Isetan Department Store. Japanese department at Central World. With partners. And the Japanese community in Thailand Are organizing this charity concert All Hearts for Japan to send encouragement to Japanese victims of the earthquake and tsunami.In addition to the concert a memorial featuring candles and folding crane featuring a star studded celebrity line up will pay homage to the victims of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami.

In addition to the All Hearts for Japan charity concert you will also be able to donate money to assist the victims through special donation boxes at all Central shopping malls throughout the country including Robinsons department store and Central Marketing Group. As well a portion of certain purchases made from these stores will also go to the Japanese disaster relief. All donations will l be given to the Embassy of Japan in Thailand To be used in relief efforts in this activity.

All the revenue from “All Hearts for Japan” will be donated to Earthquake and Tsunami victims in Japan.

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    1. Gordo and Talen – I’m a huge fan of cricket but believe me the Ice Cream Chronicles definitely take the prize in the name stakes.

      A very interesting and amusing read, I liked the two warring tribes story. I wonder if they’re still at peace now.

      I’ll look forward to the next edition from the ICC with as much relish as the other’s up and coming one day World Cup.

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    3. Martyn…

      I’ll have to contact Frankie (French Cameraman mate) and see what he says about wandering eyes, Princes & Princessesssssss. He’s in Sudan at the moment so coms may be a tad bit slow. Thailand does get cold…a couple weeks ago in Chiang Rai, the day we got up here it was 11C in the morning. When we left Patong Beach it was 39C….guess that’s why I got the “Rai” flu….g

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