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Pending Thai new elections

While the sun is shining on Thailand's sandy beaches, the political storm is never far away.

Parit Chiwarak is only twenty years old, but he has several years behind him as a political activist. Today, he is one of the most prominent anti-junta debaters in Thailand. I meet him one evening at the renowned Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok. He tells me that sometimes the police follow who he meets. I look over my shoulder in pure reflex, but Parit seems calm and undisturbed. He would rather focus on why he does what he does.
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Karl Ingar Røys is a visual artist and filmmaker

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