Harit Srikao is almost 20 and he has been a photographer since the age of 15. His first photography project is a way to get over one of the worst memories of his life: this good student, who takes evening classes, had to walk home at night when Bangkok’s streets were blocked by the protests between the “red shirts” and “yellow shirts” that destabilized the country. During that time, he crossed paths with drunken men fighting with knives, aggressive dogs, prostitutes, and the night became worrisome.
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