SEA Junction July 2018 Agenda

Dear Partners and Friends of SEA Junction, Re-energized by the joyous celebration of our 2nd Anniversary and the constructive 2nd Annual Partner Meeting on 25 June, we look forward to a full and varied program this July. Activities range from a panel discussion on street food in Bangkok and the discussion of a recent book…

SEA Junction May 2018 Agenda

Dear Partners and Friends of SEA Junction, The “ASEAN People in Flux” series and the “Displaced and Uprooted” series take center stage in May with a number of activities that focus on people’s movements in Southeast Asia–forced, reluctant, exploitative and voluntary. An intermezzo, is the shadow play and related workshops by Indonesian artist Jumaadi, His…

SEA Junction April 2018 Agenda

Dear Partners and Friends of SEA Junction, April is a month of holidays with Easter and then Thai New Year (Songkran) celebrations and we will be closed on 13-16 April. In this festive spirit,  we wish all of you peace and joy in the days ahead.  After the vacation, we will launch a new series…

Looking for ‘Asean way’ in Rohingya crisis

Article by Johanna Son originally published in The Bangkok Post on 26 March 2018 In Asean’s search for a role in the maze that is the political and humanitarian disaster unfolding from Myanmar’s Rakhine crisis, it is finding that some paths are closed off, a few remain passable despite barriers — and others are clear…

Podcast: Interview with Rosalia Sciortino about SEA Junction in Indonesian by suaRane (Episode 12) “Ngobrol di Persimpangannya Asia Tengara” or “Chatting at Southeast Asia’s Intersection”

Tamu Suarane Podcast kali ini adalah Ibu Lia Sciortino Sumaryono, Pendiri dan Direktur SEA Junction, sebuah lembaga yang berlokasi di Bangkok Arts and Cultural Centre, sebuah oase di tengah gurun pusat perbelanjaan di kota Bangkok. SEA Junction adalah tempat untuk lebih mengenal lebih dari dekat berbagai aspek sosial, politik, budaya dan juga seni dari negara-negara…

SEA Junction March 2018 Agenda

Dear Partners and Friends of SEA Junction, In February hundreds if not thousands of people saw and were informed and moved by Mahmud Rahman’s two-week photo exhibition “UNMENTIONABLE: Rohingya refugees in Cox Bazar”, which stretched from the 1st to the 4th floor of BACC. On the closing day we also had the inspiring talk of…