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Juarawee Kittisilpa

Fastest food: The Thai street cooks who get to protests first

21 Oct 2020

BANGKOK Thai street food sellers have earned the nickname "CIA" for the intelligence that helps them reach protests not only before police, but before many protesters too.

Fastest food: The Thai street cooks who get to protests first

21 Oct 2020

BANGKOK Thai street food sellers have earned the nickname "CIA" for the intelligence that helps them reach protests not only before police, but before many protesters too.

Hand signals only: How Thais are marshalling mass protests

20 Oct 2020

BANGKOK Hands point above head = need umbrella; Hands held over head = need helmet; Hands crossed over chest = enough supplies here. | Video

'We are all leaders today': Arrests don't stop Thai protests

18 Oct 2020

By Juarawee Kittisilpa, Patpicha Tanakasempipat and Chayut Setboonsarng

'We are all leaders today': Arrests don't stop Thai protests

18 Oct 2020

By Juarawee Kittisilpa, Patpicha Tanakasempipat and Chayut Setboonsarng

Thailand's 'rule breaker' school uniforms challenge tradition

29 Sep 2020

BANGKOK In Thai classrooms, showing a rebellious or creative streak through what you wear is difficult. | Video

'Our first dictatorship is school': Thai kids revolt

25 Sep 2020

BANGKOK Wearing white ribbons, publicly hacking off their hair and making "Hunger Games" salutes - Thailand's high school students are doing their best to shake up the country's rigid education system. | Video

Thai royalists rally to support monarchy amid calls for reforms

30 Aug 2020

BANGKOK About 1,200 Thai royalists gathered on Sunday to support the monarchy after almost daily student-led, anti-government protests calling for change, with some seeking reforms of the powerful institution.

Thai protesters stage anti-government rally despite activists release

08 Aug 2020

BANGKOK More than 1,000 anti-government demonstrators rallied in Bangkok's commercial district on Saturday after two protest leaders were arrested and held overnight.

Thai pro-government rally raises risk of new confrontations

30 Jul 2020

BANGKOK Dozens of Thai demonstrators singing patriotic songs and shouting "long live the king" rallied in the capital on Thursday in response to a series of anti-government protests led by student groups in recent weeks.

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