Coming to Laos, I was overcome with several impressions during the first weeks. There were a lot of new scents while riding down the street to the schools where I would be teaching for the next seven weeks. There were … Read more Read more
Hello, my name’s Mrs. Akina YADSADAHUK. I am twenty-six year old.
I was born in Watnak village, district Sisattanak but now I live in Xaysavang village, Xaythany district, Vientiane capital. I graduated from National University of Laos. I also have … Read more Read more
When I met Mr Khamsing Nanthavongdouangsy, the School Manager of Ban Phan Heng Primary and Secondary School and also Lao General Manager of the Angels for Children Foundation, for the very first time, I was delighted with his positive mindset … Read more Read more
Editor’s note: Following Mr Phonesouk Inhtaxay’s post on his time in Germany in July and August 2017, his colleague Mr Phonsavanh Chachueyang from the Mechanical Department at the Lao-German Technical College also wrote down some of his impressions. Both received … Read more Read more
Ms Saysamone Singhalath is 26 years old and has taught history at Ban Phang Heng Secondary School for six years now. In addition, she takes care of the Didactics Room. This means she opens it in the morning, takes … Read more Read more
Many boys and young men in Laos still play the traditional ball game “kator” (in Lao), or “sepak takraw” (เซปักตะกร้อ [seːpàk tàkrɔ̂ː] in Thai), meaning “kick the braided ball”). Kator dates back to around 1500 and is … Read more Read more