Oct 29, 2019 • 12 min read
Five months ago, Thai pro-democracy activist Siam Theerawut fell silent from his exile in Vietnam. But his family have not stopped trying to find him
By Caleb Quinley - Oct 29, 2019
Caleb Quinley is a freelance journalist based in Bangkok. He writes on Southeast Asia with a focus on Thailand. He was raised in both rural and urban Thailand and has long been interested in regional affairs, politics, and contemporary issues that are changing the region. At university, he studied journalism and photography. He covers a wide range of topics: from crime, to the environment, to human rights. But he has recently developed a strong interest in the effects of growing authoritarianism in Southeast Asia- covering stories that look at the human cost of repressive governments.