"It was very much a local phenomenon. It came from the fact that 60 percent of women, Thai women, are assaulted or harassed in some way during what's supposed to be a beautiful festival in our country. Yet it's become a license for men to do whatever they want to women and be like, 'Oh come on, we're just looking at you.' Or 'Let's have a little fun.' Or, 'Well you were wearing that top, I mean you were asking for it.'"
"It all started when that clip that I posted went viral overnight with the support of many, many women all over Thailand - chiming in, commenting, sharing and saying, 'Yes this is exactly what we feel. Why are we always the ones that have to cover up?' Or, 'Why when we are harassed or assaulted it's somehow our fault?'"
5. Wide Cindy Sirinya Bishop posing with other panelists
"I don't know if we're ready. I don't want to sound not hopeful but from what I've done in the last year, our culture is still, it (Thailand) still may not be ready for proper #MeToo where a woman is able to point her finger at a perpetrator."
Cannes, France, 20 May 2019
7. Various of cast and crew of "Nina Wu" (left-right) actresses Song Yu-Hua, Wu Ke-xi, Hsia Yu-chiao and Midi Z, director
"After 2017, after the year the Harvey Weinstein stuff occurred, I read a lot of documents and interviews. I was so purely curious about what happened. And because of while I was doing extras I had a smiliar experience being bullied. But not being raped or some other thing. It's still a humiliating experience. So l felt really connected to those women and I know how they felt."