Barred from returning to the US, photographer Chris Beale found himself in Khon Kaen in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Here’s a look into what the city looked like during the shutdown.
The rally of Palang Pracharat Party last weekend in Khon Kaen drew a crowd as large as 30,000. But according to a recent poll, the military junta’s proxy party faces an uphill battle in the Northeast.
The Isaan RecordMarch 11, 2019
The livelihood of a longstanding scavenger community in Khon Kaen is threatened by an incinerator factory. Meet two of the last remaining scavengers.
The Isaan RecordDecember 3, 2018
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.
The Isaan RecordNovember 30, 2018
Isaan in the 1960s through the eyes of Kermit Krueger, a United States Peace Corps Volunteer working at Maha Sarakham Teachers’ Training College from 1963 to 1965.
The Isaan RecordJune 1, 2016
A photo essay about life in Maha Sarakham 50 years ago from Kermit Krueger, a United States Peace Corps Volunteer working at Maha Sarakham Teachers’ Training College from 1963 to 1965.