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A day in the life of… a “Mopsy”

It is a Tuesday morning and we are on our way to school, as is five-year-old Anna, a pupil of Ban Sikeud Primary School, and all of her classmates. Thinking about this commonality of our days, we – Pauline Read more

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Eat, dance, laugh (and be sick) – our first weeks in Laos

Arriving in a country which is a quarter of a planet away from our home, we were overwhelmed by the impressions we experienced. Practically, to start with, however, the most impressive feature was our packed schedule. For the first few … Read more

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Lao “Activity Time” at school (& blog article no. 200!)

Our time here is flying by. Every day is another adventure with different tasks and challenges to manage. It is very rewarding and a lot of fun to work with the teachers and the pupils. Additionally to the tandem-teacher program, … Read more

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Let’s celebrate Halloween in Laos

“When witches go riding and black cats are seen, the moon laughs and whispers, ‘tis near Halloween” (author unknown)

Historical background

Halloween, an American holiday celebrated once a year on October 31, has its roots in ancient Celtic traditions, … Read more

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Global Handwashing Day 2017

Global Handwashing Day in Laos

Washing hands is a privilege that should be accessible for everyone. But not everywhere is it normal to wash your hands with soap or even at all. To counteract this hygienic problem the Global Handwashing Read more

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The end of lent: Festival of lights, Boat racing festival, Teachers’ Day

One morning when Nina, one of the volunteers at the LGTC, went for her morning run along the Mekong River, she saw a Ferris wheel and other attraction stalls being set up. This could only mean that everyone was getting … Read more

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