Missed Connections • Songkhla’s Historical Train Station • รถไฟ สงขลา

Saturday, May 20, 2017

The air is still wet and cool when the old man arrives. He comes here every day – to the abandoned train station in Songkhla, Thailand. He shuffles…

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SPIRITS • Bring Back the Dead • Animism in Southern Thailand

Sunday, May 7, 2017

Mr. Thumsuan reunites families with the ghosts of their dead relatives. He’s one of southern Thailand’s last spirit mediums. During the three-day ritual called Limon, he invites spirits…

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Childhood at the Red Rice Mill • หับโห้หิ้น โรงสีแดง • Songkhla • THAILAND

Saturday, April 29, 2017

Mr. Rangsi walks in his father’s footsteps when he enters the Red Rice Mill in Songkhla. “Everything you do, you have to make sure it lasts a long time…

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God made man from dust. That’s why this Muslim man loves mud.

Friday, April 14, 2017

After years of working in Paris, the artist Emsophian Benjametha (เอ็มโซเฟียน เบญจเมธา) moved back home. He’s originally from the countryside, in the southern-most part of Thailand where the large…

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Siriworn Kaewkan • Thailand’s ‘Southern’ Voice • ศิริวร แก้วกาญจน์

Monday, March 6, 2017

Far, far away from Bangkok is Thailand’s southern-most bookstore. It’s in Satun, right on Thailand’s southern border with Malaysia. The “Low Pressure Area” cafe is a small, one room…

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Violent Art in Thailand’s Deep South

Thursday, March 2, 2017

Jehabdulloh Jehsorhoh is a slender guy with dark curly hair and a light walk. “I’m an Assistant Professor of Arts at the University in Pattani.” Jehabdulloh started the…

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Castaway on an Island Hideaway in Thailand

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Just a few clips from the deserted beach at Ko Kut. It’s Thailand’s last island before Cambodia. The south is jungle, unmarked and untravelled. The beaches are essentially…

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