“Ghost Fleet”- the echo of Thai slavery in the fishing industry in the corner of Washington, D.C.

Written by Chalefun Ditphudee I come so far away from home to listening to the voices of my people louder than usual. This must be something called the excellent collaboration between perfect timing and opportunities. The first day as the fellow at the Center for Environmental Filmmaking, Pinarsita Juliana, the Indonesian filmmaker and I attained … Continue reading “Ghost Fleet”- the echo of Thai slavery in the fishing industry in the corner of Washington, D.C.

A Little Piece of Home

The 20th century marked the mass migration of Filipinos to the United States. As of 2007, 4 million Filipinos are living in North America, most of the them in the West (California, Nevada, Washington) and East (New Jersey, New York and Florida) coast. Generations of Filipinos desired to flee the country to seek greener pastures, … Continue reading A Little Piece of Home