Twenty years on and the ghost of the Thaksin Shinawatra still haunts Thailand’s traditionalists.
A three-year-old girl is murdered, a poor villager becomes a national celebrity, it’s a tale that could happen only in...
Seni Saowaphong’s acclaimed novel Pheesart (translated as Ghost), published in 1957, reflects Thailand’s struggle for democracy in modern times.
Many of Thailand’s middle-class parents live in apathy and fear, but the children are fighting for change with courage.
In Thailand, the elitist mindset fears that pro-democracy protests will jeopardize their social class’s privilege and prosperity.
Traditionalists want to turn back time to the 1980s, the “golden era” of peace and growth when the king and...
Young people are fighting for democracy and the future of Thailand. But where are the middle-age people?
In Thailand, alcohol advertisement is illegal. Here’s a story of one woman and her uphill battle against the law.
In Thailand, many elites do not believe in one person, one vote, because they think most Thais are too uneducated...
Citizen Zombies are people who mindlessly worship, revere, and obey, without questioning or critical thinking.