As a media practitioner, MEDLIT project taught me to be more cautious of what I should create or share. I have become more mindful of the effect I would create in the society. I enjoyed listening to what speakers had to say even though I usually got lost along the way. My most precious memory of the project would be the visit to OKTO. It gave me an inspiration for campaigning for community television in Thailand. For me, OKTO is a prime example of how media practice can promote freedom of expression and media literacy itself. However, I sometime felt that some workshops had a little lack of a clear direction, and we didn’t use the time we had to spend on them wisely. Saying that, I also understand that the organizers had tried very hard to meet every participant’s needs.
Sarayut Kulrach | CUKim