At the opening, I publicly acknowledged and thanked the individuals from 9 countries who contributed to the creation of the artwork. Students at Bridging Educational Access to Migrants in Chiang Mai, TH helped diversify the collaged figures in the mural. This was fitting, as these students are all Burmese migrants, who have moved to Chiang Mai for the chance to purse a college degree. BEAM supports these students in achieving their GRE certification and applications for financial sponsorship. Consider funding their brave efforts against the socio-political situations in Myanmar and Thailand and donate here: http://beamedu.org/
More help came from: local youth in the Juvenile Detention Center, awaiting their prison sentences; international volunteers (Germany, Singapore, the USA) supporting Art Relief International's art relief workshops; and expatriates based in Chiang Mai from Brazil, England, Italy, the USA, and Zimbabwe.