Thai Enquirer

I regularly contribute to the Thai Enquirer, where I focus on political analysis and commentary. You can find all of my articles for the Thai Enquirer here.

Here are some of the articles I particularly enjoyed writing.

Time to listen to Thailand beyond Twitter (June 25th, 2020)

The Utopian Coup (May 22nd, 2020)

On China, Thai netizens contradict official diplomacy (April 13th, 2020)

In times of crisis, scrutiny becomes duty (March 27th, 2020)

Thai conservatives should embrace democracy (January 18th, 2020)

Bangkok Post

I have also written for the Bangkok Post, Thailand’s largest English language newspaper which remains in print nationwide.

Building broad support for constitutional reform (October 22nd, 2019)

Democratic system more than just popular vote (March 30th, 2019)

What’s next for the Democrat Party? (November 17th, 2018)

Fostering norms to sustain Thailand’s democracy (June 6th, 2018)

Asia Focus

In 2019, I spent two months as a reporting intern for the Bangkok Post’s Asia Focus section, which covered Asian politics, the economy and culture every Monday.

Some pieces that I particularly enjoyed working on:

Building a startup silk road (September 9th, 2019)

Sinking cities (September 2nd, 2019) with Phanawat Ayanaputra

US-China relations beyond 2020 (August 5th, 2019)

Chinese students in the US fear for future amid trade war (July 1st, 2019)

Other published work

Other media

In addition to writing, I’ve also done some talks, podcasts and interviews.

  • My article on Siamese cannons was featured in the Bangkok Podcast on July 1st, 2020.
  • I guest lectured for the Politics & Culture course at BALAC, Chulalongkorn University in January 2020. See my slides here.
  • I was on the globeChang(e) podcast in December 2018 to talk about Berkeley, student government, writing and politics.
  • On BBC Radio, I was interviewed about the Bangkok bombings at Erawan Shrine in August 2015.
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