Khaosod English, Bangkok
University of Washington Foreign Intrigue Scholarship
In one of Bangkok’s largest shopping malls, Thais gathered Monday to challenge society’s fashion sense. Modest clothes hung from exhibit walls with images and quotes from sexual assault survivors in an exhibit named after a recent social media phenomenon.
A story with the trappings of a Hollywood film made headlines worldwide last month when 12 young footballers and their coach were rescued against all odds from a flooded cave in northern Thailand, where the media presence itself became a talking point.
When a group of Thammasat University students began making notebooks for themselves, they found out they could make an impact on the lives of children and start a movement.
As an openly gay man, Kangwan Fongkaew experienced a range of abuse as a child ... So when a government official from the Basic Education Commission claimed there were no cases of abuse against LGBT youth at school, it struck Kangwan as untrue.
Digital Media Intern March-June 2018
Washington Newspaper Publishers Association
2018 legislative session in Olympia
Some bills seeking to address sexual assault passed, and others didn't. This feature examines why.
HB 1155 seeks to end the statute of limitations for sex crimes. But the debate over the bill goes beyond its policies.
A proposed bill that would provide discrimination protections for victims of domestic violence or sexual assault easily passed the House of Representatives.
Washington State lawmakers introduced a multitude of bills early this 2018 session on issues of gun regulation to address the multiple incidences of gun violence in the nation.
Senate Bill 5922 passed both chambers in the Washington state Legislature by slim margins and largely along party lines.
Real Change News
A vermiculture composting program at Monroe State Penitentiary is giving its participants a chance to learn a vocational skill they could realistically use upon release.
The International Examiner
From Hiroshima to Hope is an annual event at Greenlake in Seattle honoring the victims of the Nagasaki and Hiroshima bombings.
Filmmaker Eva Cohen takes her viewers on a journey to save Vancouver's historic Chinatown from gentrification.
The News Tribune
Olympic medalist Amanda Beard stood with her teddy bear on the stand in 1996. Now she's giving back to her community by teaching children how to swim.
The Seattle Lesbian
While also expanding services, this health center seeks to start conversations about health with the transgender community.
The Seattle Bike Blog
Cyclists have long complained about the Ballard bridge.
I investigated why it hasn't changed.