5 Years of Junta Repression Retold Through 118 Political T-Shirts

08.11.2019 - 00:32

BANGKOK — A blood-stained shirt is hung alongside over a hundred political T-shirts in a new exhibit at WTF Gallery and Café for all to see. The white long-sleeve shirt, a quarter of which is covered with dried blood, struck me as a depressing sight. It was worn by pro-democracy activist Sirawith Seritiwat, aka Ja New, when he was beaten to a pulp by masked assailants in June. The attackers are yet to be identified, let alone arrested.

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