SHUTDOWNBANGKOK January 13th
I found myself in the Thai capital for the anti-government lockdown and despite fears of a military coup the protests proceeded in a relatively peaceful fashion. My tampons to fill bullet wounds and baby shampoo to remedy teargas eyes were luckily unneeded. I took full advantage of the empty motorways and rode home at mind bending speeds down the fast lane on my bicycle and later joined the protests on the RAMA VIII bridge.
While most people tried to get some rest, a group of old boys were partying until 4am with a synth keyboard, some massive speakers and whatever other instruments they could get their hands on. I showed then some of my best moves before heading off towards Myanmar later that morning..