Mon-Khmer Peoples of the Mekong Region (PDF) The Mon-Khmer project took a long journey before it was turned into a final product--the first comprehensive collection of articles on Mon-Khmer peoples of the Mekong Region. The project was started
Burmese-Migrant Domestic Workers (PDF) Tactics of Negotiation of Muslim Female Domestic Workers in the Chang Klan Community of Chiang Mai,
Border Development, Resetlement and Adaptation in aSpecial Economic Zone (PDF) Khuan Village is one site of specific and influential economic change in hopes of participating in the neoliberal global economy the Lao PDR government has adopted astrategy of constructing Special
Japanese Retirement Migrtion in CM (PDF) This study contributes to research on retirement migration by focusing on Japanese seniors in Thailand.
การเดินทางของชายผู้มีกาน้ำสองใบ (PDF) "เราเชื่อในกระบวนการทางด้านศิลปะ ว่ามันเป็นกลไกเป็นตัวเชื่อมโยงความสัมพันธ์ เชื่อมโยงชีวิตของผู้คนและมีคุณค่ามากพอที่จะต่อสู้เพื่อมัน"
Shifting Identities Perceptions and Experiences of the Bermese Nepali Diaspora in Urban Chiang Mai Thailand (PDF) Perceptions and Experiences of the Burmese Nepali Diaspora in Urban Chiang Mai, Thailand Mrinalini Rai This research studies the development of the Burmese-Nepali “Gorkhali”
The Practice of Learning among Shan Migrant Workers in CM (PDF) In ailand people usually refer to the Shan as “Tai Yai” (“Big Tai”).
Interactions Between State and Non-State Actors in Resource Governance (PDF) What role do state and non-state actors play in the in the negotiation process on the protection of human rights in the Southeast Asian region?
Land Grabbing as a Process of State-Building in Kachin Areas, North Shan State, Myanmar (PDF) Land issues in Myanmar are complex and driven by both formal and informal institutional practices of the interactions between the neoliberal agenda, state interventions,
The Village in Transition (Mae Kampong) (PDF) INTRODUCTION Starting from the 1950s, Thailand had experienced unprecedented economic boom in the nation’s history until the 1980s.
Living with Opium (Pa-Oh) (PDF) Burma (Myanmar) existed as a colony of the United Kingdom, ruled as a province of British India, for more than a century before it gained independence from the British in 1948.
Spaces of Exception (Kokang) (PDF) The Union of Myanmar (also known as Burma) is one of the most ethnically diverse countries in the world.
Commoditization of Culture In an Ethnic Community (Padaung) (PDF) Who are the Kayan (Padaung)? I fi rst developed an interest in the Padaung people aft er seeing several photographs of them in weekly newspapers in Yangon in the early 2000s.
Burmese-Muslim Social Networks In the Borderland (PDF) A Case Study of Islam Bamroong Muslim Community in Mae Sot, Tak, Thailand Wahyu Kuncoro The success of the Burmese Muslims’ socio-economic adaptation in Mae Sot has been influenced by their flexibilit
Thai Rice (PDF) Thai rice feeds people in more than 160 countries, Another 20 million visitors from all corners of the globe travel to Thailand every year, geting to taste Thai rice, many for the very first time.