Adaptation and Re-invention for Survival among Food Vendors in Chonburi, Thailand by Jan Daga

This portray of the food producers and sellers in the photographer’s neighbourhood of Chonburi in the surroundings of the tourist location of Pattaya aims to show how their lives have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. All bars and tourist enterprises are closed but wet market and street vendors have been allowed to remain open. Still customers are few since there are no tourists and locals are expected to stay home. Sellers have to adapt and re-invent themselves to survive.

SEA Junction Special Issue

Dear Partners and Friends of SEA Junction As you may know, SEA Junction has been closed since 21 March and we are waiting for 1 June to see if the government’s measures to curb the Covid-19 will allow our host institution, the Bangkok Arts and Culture Center or BACC to function. As a result, all…