https://www.bangkokpost.com/lifestyle/art/1398454/under-siege The Pom Mahakan cocommunity as seen through the lens of Bangkok-based Italian photographer Jan Daga is a village "under siege" where resilience meets heartbreak. The time-honoured neighbourhood, tucked between Bangkok's ancient walls and a canal, which has been under threat for several decades is at the heart of an exhibition at the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre which runs through Sunday. Since 2016, Daga became a
It's 2am. A girl connects in a video. She is dressed normal. Maybe a little sexy, wearing shorts and a small t-shirt. She is connected by her home in a remote village, in the rice fields. The walls are made of wood and you can see a bed covered with mosquito nets. The poor furniture and some old pictures hanging on the wall tell us that the family does not have to be rich. There are already over 700 people from all over the world connected, looking at her and talking to her.