Cindy Bishop: Thailand 'may not be ready for proper #MeToo'

Cindy Bishop: Thailand 'may not be ready for proper #MeToo'

Thai actress and activist Cindy Sirinya Bishop discusses her viral video that tied into the #MeToo movement, while Taiwanese screenwriter and actress Wu Ke-xi talks about being inspired by the movement for her movie, "Nina Wu."
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