2020 Thai Protest: Youth Uprising
Protesters gather in the rain in front of the Royal Thai Police Headquarter in downtown, demanding for the release of youth political activists.
A university student with face paint tapes her mouth shut with duct tape as a symbolic gesture to protest the government's approach to silence political activists.
Thousands of anti-government protesters march on the streets of Bangkok.
A mannequin with portrait of Gen. Prayut Chan-o-cha is seen inside a coffin, while a protesters give flowers as a mock funeral gesture during an anti-government protest.
A mannequin is seen hanged under a tamarind tree by anti-government protesters to call for justice for the students who were killed during Thammasat University Massacre on 6 October 1976.
Thai flag are brandished by royalists during a gathering at the Grand Palace.
Riot police form shield wall, while teargas laced water are sprayed by water cannon truck toward student protesters during a protest in downtown.
Anti-government protesters attempt to remove razor wire while being sprayed with teargas laced water from water cannon truck during a gathering near the Grand Palace.
Protesters clash with riot police during an anti-government march in downtown.
A street vendor reacts, while anti-government protesters giving three-fingers salute during one of the flash mob events that occur simultaneously at various locations in Bangkok.
Protesters dance to the music during an anti-government march led by the LGBTQ+ community on the street in downtown of Bangkok.
Thousands of anti-government protesters give the three-fingers salute while occupying Ratchaprasong Intersection in downtown of Bangkok.
After many years under the rule of General Prayuth Chan-o-cha since the 2014 Coup d'état, the young generation of Thai takes things to the streets calling for changes in their country. Fueled by numerous incidences of forced disappearance of political activists, violence from the police, the protesters state their three demands, the resignation of the Prime Minister, the drafting of a new constitution, and the reform of the monarchy, the most revered institution of Thailand.