Journalist and Reporter in Bangkok, Thailand
Ana Salvá is an independent Spanish journalist based in Bangkok since 2014 and covering South East Asia. She holds a degree in journalism and a master’s degree World History.
As a freelance journalist, she has worked with El País, The Diplomat, TV5 Monde, Al Jazeera and Bangkok Post. Primarily, she focuses on gender and human rights issues.
In 2012, she co-founded “Buscando Historias / Looking for stories”, an awarded webdoc featuring the stories of people in China and South East Asia.
The reality of life for a refugee family hiding in Bangkok - Bangkok Post
Here come the Malaysian morality police - The Diplomat
The forced pregnancies of the Khmer Rouge- The Diplomat
Thailand TV rules to check sexual violence - Al Jazeera
Domestic Violence in Cambodia - The Diplomat
La decepción de la dama - El País
18 vidas en 65 metros - El País
La policía de la moral patrulla Malasia - El País