The youth movement shaking Thailand now is remarkable for its ability to manifest itself seemingly everywhere and at the same time. Guest contributor Eli Elinoff explores what such a phenomenon means for democracy in Thailand.
When the coronavirus pandemic hit, Phaiwan Chala lost his job as a truck driver. When he couldn’t pay the rent for his room in Bangkok anymore, he became homeless.
The Isaan RecordMay 18, 2020
Realframe photographer Visarut Sankham follows Isaan performers in Chinese operas in Bangkok.
Visarut SankhamJanuary 25, 2020
Activists of the “People GO Network” are close to completing their march from Bangkok to Khon Kaen in protest against the military government.
The Isaan RecordFebruary 14, 2018
‘Pop Aye’ director Kirsten Tan explores themes of nostalgia and the urban-rural divide in Thailand in her award-winning debut feature.