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The Life of the Others – Thailand’s Minorities Under Threat

Thailand’s minorities are having a hard time, not least because of the nefarious activities of powerful and ruthless missionaries. The original story this feature is based on was published in German and ran to 2.500 words. This is a seriously cut edit. The German article on the same subject was published in MERIAN and Spiegel […]

From the Archives: Thailand´s Minorities

For many years, I have been reporting on the plight of Thailand’s minorities – the so-called ‘hill tribes’ in the north of the country, and the sea nomads, also known as sea gypsies in the south. Unfortunately, much of what I have written about the problems these stateless people are facing, has been published in […]

Tom Vater’s Cultureshock Thailand’s Hill Tribes and Sea Nomads

Kulturschock Bergvölker und Seenomaden (Cultureshock Thailand’s Hill Tribes and Sea Nomads) was published in Oktober 2006 with Reise Know How Verlag in Germany. The book is an introduction to several minorities living in Thailand, including the Akha, Lisu, Karen, Lahu, Hmong and Mien in Nort Thailand and the Moken sea-nomads on the Andaman Coast. History and tradition […]

Hill Tribes and Sea Nomads of Thailand – Photobook by Aroon Thaewchatturat (Text: Tom Vater)

The photobook of Thailand’s Hill Tribes and Sea Nomads by photographer Aroon Thaewchatturat is a companion guide to Tom Vater’s Kulturschock title of the same name, published in Germany in 2006 with Reise-Know How Verlag.

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