In the contemporary world, Southeast Asia labourers are often seen and valued in regards to industry.
In addition to this, the communities still have many social problems which are complex and oppressive. Taiwan is another country where there are many human races in the labour market such as Vietnamese, Indonesia, Philippine, Chinese and Thai. It is from this starting point that the writer, who is also Thai, grew their interest in this controversial topic. During the first week of the writer’s impression, the focus was on Taichung which is a big industrial city comprising of many traditional and modern architectures as well as varieties of food. In summary, local people’ s behaviour is fairly similar to that of Thai; older people still have the old traditional thoughts however some of teenager thoughts are modern.
For this project idea, the topic holds many challenges for a writer whose background is related to Thai labours in the UK. This is because they were different environments with varying relationships to local language, cultures and traditions between European and Asian. The writer's research from the Thai labour project in the UK found that his subjects had developed their thoughts in an educated manner with considered reasoning in regards to aims and life goals. As a consequence, it can be seen the environment can totally change personal thoughts to the improvement. On scrutiny, however, this is the first week of writer’s researching that just access to the space where is namely “ASEAN SQUARE” in Taichung.