Thai artists face restrictions ahead of upcoming elections

Thailand may be one of Asia's artistic hubs, but five years of army rule is making it tough for local artists.

    Despite Thailand's tough lese majeste and censorship laws, a group of artists has produced politically-themed work before the general election later this month.

    And they say their message is getting through to some parts of the population, who are fed up with five years of military rule.

    Al Jazeera's Drew Ambrose reports from Bangkok.


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