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All 2015 in Thailand

  • Oasis in Bangkok, Thailand

    Lumpini Park is an oasis in the center of the world’s most visited city; one of the most over-crowded and polluted places on earth. The park is a rare open public space, with trees and playgrounds, contains an artificial lake offering visitors the chance to rent 2-seater swan boats. Paths Read more [...]

  • Privacy in Chiang Mai, Thailand

    In one of the emerging neighborhoods of Chiang Mai, filled with beautiful homes that decorate covers of architecture magazines and are shown on international blogs, migrant workers are being kept close by, often just less than a minute away from the world of millionaires. They live in shacks that resemble Read more [...]

  • Invasion in Chiang Rai, Thailand

    Chiang Rai is on the verge of becoming an international tourism hub, especially for Chinese tourists, with on-going construction everywhere preparing for the rise in visitors. The workers on these construction sites are usually from neighboring Myanmar or Laos, many of which come from hill tribes such as the Hmong, Read more [...]

  • Crystal in Chiang Rai, Thailand

    Performed at the old airport in Chiang Rai, the performers chose the word crystal to raise awareness to the ever-growing demand for crystal meth, or Ya ba (methamphetamine and caffeine) as it is sold as in SouthEast Asia. Recently authorities have tried to slow the flow of the drug coming Read more [...]

  • Lost in Chiang Rai, Thailand

    Q: “What have you gained from the coup d’état in Thailand?” A: “Nothing! However, let me tell you what I lost : freedom, hope, dream, opportunity, justice, and much more.” – Angkrit Ajchariyasophon

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