Thazyne Yangon, Myanmar “In Myanmar, many women don’t have jobs, however, they can weave and have beautiful fabric so I like to work with them and give them an opportunity to have a stable source of income” My name is Thazyne. I am 35 years old. I am not married. I have been working at… Continue reading Empowered women empower women
Pyep Pyep Yangon, Myanmar “I am not going to school. I started to work here when I was 5 or 7 years old I think”. My name is Pyep pyep. I am going to be 12 years old in a week. I work at Bogyoke Aung San market in Yangon. I am selling fans here… Continue reading The little boss
Kate T. Mae Sot, Thailand “I am kind of a free spirited person” My name is Kate, I am 43 years old. I am from Bangkok and I came to Mae Sot, at the Thai-Burmese border for work. I work for Handicap International as Child Development Advisor. I have been working for this organization… Continue reading Women don’t have to be strong. They are strong.
Anonymous Mae Sot, Thailand “I think I can inspire other women to become independent” I am originally from Northern Thailand, I have lived in Bangkok, in Chiang Mai, later I moved to work in the deep south of Thailand and then I moved to Mae Sot for work 7 months ago. I don’t have children and… Continue reading When raising your voice can cost you your freedom
Prem Bangkok, Thailand “I always smile, but when it comes to work, when it comes to social issues, I know how to fight. I have to fight because I want to see changes happening in my society” My name is Prem, I am 38. I was born in Bangkok and I still live here, my… Continue reading Advocating for gender recognition for the Trans community
Catherine Phnom Penh, Cambodia “Feminism is new in Cambodia.” My name is Catherine Harry, I am 22 years old and I live in Phnom Penh. I study Mass media and am currently in my 3rd year. I’m an only child but I have half siblings from my dad’s side. Not from a previous marriage, my… Continue reading A dose of Cath: A face for the new generation of feminists in Cambodia
Nhek Phnom Penh, Cambodia. “My grandma wanted to show them different so she raised her daughters to be better than what people were expecting.” My name is Nhek Pichponreingseiy. I am 19 years old and I was born and raised in Phnom Penh. I am from a middle class family and am a second year… Continue reading Empowering women: A family story