Faces at the Coup, 2014 Coup d'état in Bangkok

A soldier from the Royal Thai Army stands ready for protesters behind shield wall

An anti-coup protestor lies down on the street of Bangkok by the row of soldiers from the Royal Thai Army with a sign stating, “Don’t oppress the citizens”.

An anti-coup protestor with facemask and sunglasses, which she wears to avoid recognition.

A pedestrian takes a self-portrait with rows of Thai soldiers using her smartphone during the protest.

A man with an anti-coup sign, between rows of soldiers and protestors.

A surprised-looking girl face on an advertisement on the side of a bus with the officers from the Royal Thai Police force during patrol on the streets of Bangkok.

A printed mask of Sombat Boonngamanong, a columnist and political activist is worn on the face of an anti-coup protestor.

Bangkok citizens look at the anti-coup protest from a bus.

A protestor with a megaphone at the anti-coup protest in Bangkok.

A detained protestor behind the bars of a police van.

An anti-coup protestor places peace symbols on a banner with the face of General Prayuth Chan-ocha, who unexpected launched a military coup against the government of Yingluck Shinawatra in 2014.

A duct tape, which were used by anti-coup protestors to cover the mouths as a symbolic gesture of being silenced, with a lipstick mark.

Just right before the foreseeable clash between the government supporters, and the anti –government protestors, the Royal Thai Army launched an unexpected Coup d'état in Bangkok to overthrow the government of Yingluck Shinawatra in 2014.