Awards winning journalist contributing for Reuters as visual  journalist/producer covering Southeast Asia and beyond. Previous video journalist for BBC Thai, photo-journalist at the Bangkok Post newspaper and news presenter at Thailand's TV TNN 24 channel.

Graduated from Thammasat University, school of journalism and mass media studies and currently based in Bangkok. She was raised along the border of Thailand-Myanmar and proud to be Thai with Burmese descent.

Follow her on Twitter @kuhakanjiraporn and on Instagram @j.kuhakan


2020 - Amnesty International Outstanding Award: One year-long investigation piece that revealed widespread abuse of Thai nationals living and working in Israel - under a scheme organised by the two government. (Documentary)

2019 - Amnesty International Award: Chaiyaphum Pasae, a 17-year-old ethnic Lahu youth activist was subject to an extrajudical killing by military officials. The official explanation about the cause of death is dubious as there are conflicting details given by the eyewitnesses and the circumstantial evidence. (Online news/Documentary)

2019 - Scholarship participants with VII Photo Agency in Berlin, Germany

2017 - Photo Journ Festival in Bangkok, Thailand

2015 - Selected participant of 10th Angkor Photo Festival in Cambodia

2015 - Street photo exhibition with Street Photo Thailand Group in Bangkok, Thailand

2019 - Group screening with VII Photo Agency workshop participants at FHXB Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg Museum, Berlin, Germany

2015 - Group screening at Siem Reap, Cambodia

2015 - Group photo exhibition at with Street Photo Thailand in Bangkok

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