James Buchanan is a PhD Candidate at the Department of Asian and International Studies, at the City University of Hong Kong.
From graffiti artists to rappers, youth subcultures are playing a key role in a new pro-democracy movement.
A Twitter spat over the weekend created “a new pan-Asian solidarity” between young Thais and China’s foes
“That’s now eight activists who have gone missing. We’re on their ‘wanted’ list too and with all the other targets eliminated, we could be next. We are like calves, waiting to be sent to the slaughterhouse.”
'Before Thais can learn to have faith in the institutions that are so necessary to a functioning society, they need to start having faith in each other.'
Rap Against Dictatorship's "My Country Has," touched a deep vein of resentment in a country still under military rule.
Eleven Fingers and 19Tyger want people to think of more than crime, poverty, and meth when they hear the words "Klong Toey."
“The army are brave enough to stage a coup but frightened of comments on the internet."