Our lives are riddled with people we oppose and events we do not understand. Contradicting beliefs and opinions often become the basis of hatred and violence across the globe, and brings about social crises and conflicts which seem impossible to end. Passionate documentary maker Wannasignh Presertkul has traveled all over the world to engage different communities in conversation. From big-city dwellers to African lion-hunting tribes, to the 14th Dalai Lama, Wannasignh seeks to learn what it is to be human from varying perspectives, and understand what it means to co-exist in multicultural societies. His journey has led him to discover how we can overcome hatred, as well as how to better understand ourselves, others, and the world.
– Wannasignh graduated with the Bachelor of Economics (B.E.) International Program from Thammasat University.
– He is the youngest son of Dr. Seksan Presertkul, student leader of the popular uprising of 14th October 1973, and S.E.A. Write Award winner Chiranan Pitpreecha.
– Currently, Wannasignh is a writer, traveller, and documentary maker, recounting the lives and stories of people from all corners of the world.