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Collage of works from BukRuk II As part of the media partnership between ASEF culture360 and BUKRUK II Urban Arts Festival , David FERNANDEZ interviews 4 guest artists – Aryz (Spain), Daehyum Kim (Korea), Daan Botlek (The Netherlands), and Lolay (Thailand) – who participated in the 2 nd edition […] Click here to view original […]
The government has announced plans to sweep away beggars and regulate buskers throughout the country. It is a grand-sounding plan. The devil, as always, is in the details. Already, there is talk of using force and introducing new red-tape bother for some of society’s worst-off people. It is troubling […] Click here to view original […]
Buskers who stage performances in public areas in exchange for money will need approval from authorities after the cabinet yesterday agreed to a law change which will also outlaw begging. Speaking after a cabinet meeting yesterday, government spokesman Yongyuth Mayalarp said the cabinet has approved a new bill to […] Click here to view original […]
David Crimaldi video Bangkok… Thailand Performers unknown Contact ??? Using traditional instruments of the Thai people, these young musicians bust a bayou favorite from the big Bayou buster himself John Fogerty with a Credence Clearwater song “Have You Ever Seen the Rain” This is a modern-day example on a small-scale of Street Culture Crunch.