In December 2013, Thailand’s Prime Minister Yingluck announced the end to the nation’s parliament and called a snap election for February 2014. To avoid the thousands of angry protestors who took to the streets of Bangkok, Prime Minister Yingluck fled to the Northeast. During this struggle for Thailand, Ryuho Okawa held an interview with the guardian spirit of Prime Minister Yingluck. Herein Yingluck shares her views on many controversial topics, including democracy in Thailand, Thailand’s relationships with China and Japan, traditional Buddhism, and Islam. She asks to send her plea to the people of Japan to help her country which has endured ongoing turmoil. It is Okawa’s hope that this interview will be a bridge to build a stronger relationship between Thailand and Japan.