A young journalist is in Bangkok, where the darkest side of Asia and western capitalism collide in spectacular fashion. The city delivers a terrifying lesson. It's impossible to get that close to a big story without becoming a part of it.
Twenty-three years old, with a first class degree and forty-eight grand in student loans, Emily Davidson's sick and tired of being told she's part of the 'Snowflake Generation,' accused of having unrealistic expectations and an over-inflated sense of their own importance. All Emily wants is a chance and she knows she has to strive to get it. There's no easy route into political journalism - she has to make a splash. Emily sees a world of senseless wars, western democracy in crisis, the re-emergence of the far right. The rich get richer, the poor and vulnerable can go to hell, and drugs are the only escape for millions. Yet the media is full of football, celebrities and fake news. Her generation didn't create this screwed up world - but they're going to inherit it. Armed only with a video camera, Emily sets out to shine a light on the chaos - starting at the bottom of the heap - South-East Asia, where poverty and the drugs trade are endemic. Her journey takes her to Bangkok, where the ...Written by