“Awakened” is a graphic novel by Claudio Sopranzetti telling the story of Nok, a manual laborer with a yearning for true democracy and rights. In the end, Nok was defeated by a single bullet in the May 2010 clashes. Though the bullet blinded him, it is not clear whether he also lost sight of his ideals.
In the second part of our series "Remembrances of Red Trauma", we publish the short story "The room on the 7th floor" by northeastern writer and SEA Write Award nominee Phu Kradat.
Molam artist Patipan Luecha performs the protest song "March to oust dictatorship" at a student protest at Khon Kaen University in February.[VIDEO]
Filmed over ten years, a remarkable documentary offers a fresh and nuanced view on transnational marriages as it chronicles the lives of Isaan women who married Danish men and moved abroad.
Lao groups in the Northeast once used the Tai Noi script. But Siam's national integration project imposed Central Thai as the only official language in the region.
A unlikely art festival in an abandoned building infused Thailand’s art scene with a new subversive spirit. Featured artists made a daring call to address society’s open wounds.
What does is mean to be championing the revindication of Lao ethnicity when one is not in fact Lao, asks Peera Songkünnatham in this personal essay on identity and belonging.
The age-old trope of Isaan women as domestic servants in Thai media has not gone away just yet.