Protesters occupy Bangkok’s Lat Prao intersection to demand governmental reforms on November 27, 2020. Photo: ZUMA Wire/dpa
Protesters occupy Bangkok’s Lat Prao intersection to demand governmental reforms on November 27, 2020. Photo: ZUMA Wire/dpa
Thailand

Thai protests fade from streets but come alive on Clubhouse, Twitter apps

  • Discussing the value of the once-revered monarchy is no longer taboo in the ‘national DNA’ thanks to the youth-led the pro-democracy movement, observers say
  • But even as Thais feel more emboldened to speak out, they face the challenge of overcoming the entrenched divisions within society to achieve political reforms

Protesters occupy Bangkok’s Lat Prao intersection to demand governmental reforms on November 27, 2020. Photo: ZUMA Wire/dpa
Protesters occupy Bangkok’s Lat Prao intersection to demand governmental reforms on November 27, 2020. Photo: ZUMA Wire/dpa
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