There was an interesting and lengthy new post on the subject written by Christopher Neely and published at the Community Impact Newspaper. Take a look at this excerpt:
Clubhouse is an invite-only audio app that is surging in popularity in Thailand as a youthful protest movement continues to demand reforms of the government and monarchy. Launched in April 2020, Clubhouse recently gained traction among Thai protest circles after Pavin Chachavalpongpun, a self-exiled academic and prominent long-time critic of the Thai monarchy, joined the platform on February 12.
Pavin told DW that the police crackdown on political protests in Thailand has contributed to Clubhouse’s sudden popularity. “There are no open discussions … so when a new venue is introduced, people jump in to discuss politics,” Pavin said.