Sinking Bangkok: Rising sea levels inspire watery climate fiction • FRANCE 24 English

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Through a series of compelling characters, our guest’s book vividly evokes the teeming, sweltering city of Bangkok and captures the lush history of Thailand. Pitchaya Sudbanthad, author of “Bangkok Wakes to Rain”, joined us on Perspective to discuss his vision for the book, how it sounds the alarm over climate change and what that could mean for Bangkok.

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