Remembrances of Red Trauma (2) – The room on the 7th floor

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. 

Dissenting voices from Isaan on four years of military rule

Two members of the northeastern NGO community talk about four years of military rule.

From rice fields to rebellion: Untold stories of Northeastern Thailand’s armed struggle (PART III)

After their push for a revolution failed, Isaan’s communist rebels moved on to other battles . This is the third part in a special series on Northeasteners’ experience of fighting for the communist movement.

From rice fields to rebellion: Untold stories of Northeastern Thailand’s armed struggle (PART II)

In the 1960s, thousands of farmers in the Northeast joined an armed rebellion against the state. This is the second part in a special series of articles on their experience of fighting for the communist movement.

From rice fields to rebellion: Untold stories of Northeastern Thailand’s armed struggle

On August 7, fifty million Thais are called to cast their votes…

From rice fields to rebellion: Untold stories of Northeastern Thailand’s armed struggle (PART I)

On August 7, Thais across the country will vote in a referendum on a military-backed constitution. On the same day in 1965, thousands of farmers took up arms against the military-ruled state that had promised a new constitution for years.