Zoom Interview

Zoom Interview is an activity that invites one speaker to speak and discuss in depth with the journalists and activists in the region. The scope of the issue can be broad, from environmental to social and human rights issues, as long as it is interesting to our target audiences.

Zoom Interview with Professor Satoru Matsumoto on Myanmar, February 2021

 Zoom interview on mining and hydropower dams in Brazil, 9 December 2020

Zoom Interview with Shawn Shieh on Chinese Investment and Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), September 2020

Zoom interview with Witoon Permpongsacharoen, Director of Mekong Energy ane Ecology Network (MEENet), 14 July 2020

 Zoom interview with Yuka Kiguchi, Director of Mekong Watch, 1 July 2020

SEVANA Podcast

SEVANA Podcast is our experimental program to inform the public about Southeast Asian issues. We plan to invite friends, colleagues, and interesting people to discuss their direct experiences in Southeast Asia. The topic can be broad, from general observation by the eyes of travelers to things found out through direct work and involvement in the matter at the country and regional level.     

SEVANA Podcast #2, 26 June, 2018

SEVANA Podcast #2—We Discuss Laos and Premrudee's experience of living there for four years. Her work as the advisor of the "Community Forest Support Unit (CFSU)" from 1993 to 1996 gave her an understanding of Laos's forest situation and the charm of the country that is open to the modern world. However, she also learned about the difficulty of facing the capitalist system being imported and imposed by neighboring countries such as Thailand. 

SEVANA Podcast #1, 22 June, 2018 

SEVANA Podcast #1 - The discussion (in Thai language) between Premrudee Daoroung, the coordinator of Project SEVANA, and Thanakorn Kankarin, the photographer, about the fieldwork in Cambodia in the area near the O'Bat Muan village in Oddor Meanchey, Province in Cambodia.