Top: A firefighter rescues an injured man from the scene of a fire Tuesday at a market in Buriram province.

BANGKOK — Here’s how Thailand looked this past week, marked by the celebration of International Labor Day on Monday. Take a look at Thailand’s working classes, from the firefighter to the pineapple farmer. Find more on our Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram.

On International Labor Day, 120 Rangsit Labor Union members march to the Pathum Thani provincial governor’s office to submit a complaint calling for fair wages, social welfare benefits, safety measures during work and elections, among other demands.


Rescue officials tend to Latte, 2, a golden retriever who was stuck in a fence for over four hours Thursday in Ratchaburi. Officials used cooking oil to lubricate Latte out of the fence.


Rang Sonkram gives away his pineapples Wednesday morning in Prachuap Khiri Khan to protest factories that refuse to purchase his produce. Read: Farmers Give Away Unsold Pineapples, Blame Factories


Saturday, emergency officials investigate large metal beams that collapsed at a construction site for the Red Line extension April 28 in Don Mueang. Read: Legal Action Against Italian-Thai Weighed After Red Line Collapse Kills 3


Firefighters at the scene of a burning plastic factory Thursday morning in Samut Sakhon.


Fishermen forage for shells Thursday in Prachuap Khiri Khan, where the hot weather dried up the beach. According to residents, this natural phenomenon happens for two weeks every year.


Rescue officials tend to Kwanchai Romphotipat, 41 and Sree Keawsrasaen, 42 who survived serious electric shocks while changing a sign on a metal roof above a shop Thursday in Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya.


Workers repair a roof Tuesday morning in Chai Prakan district, Chiang Mai where a storm damaged over 200 houses the night before.


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