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An internship at BHS Corrugated in Shanghai – by Ms Toukta Apphaiyalath and Mr Khiew Keobountham

Preface (J. Zeck)

One crucial goal of the BHS Corrugateds’ Recruitment and Training Programme at and with the Lao-German Technical College is to train and hire new employees for the company’s business in the Asia-Pacific region. The project is a … Read more

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Cultural landmarks in Vientiane – manifestations of Lao history

Sightseeing in Vientiane by Team VIII

March 2nd 2019, Saturday morning, 8:30 a.m.

One part of Team VIII – the team working in the schools and staying at “the villa” – is getting ready to be picked up … Read more

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Letters from Germany – “First impressions” by Napha Khotphouthone (SKU)

Hallo! My name is Napha Khothphouthone, 28 years old. I’m from Laos. Now I am in Karlsruhe, Germany on behalf of Exchange student between Karlsruhe University of Education and Savannakhet University. I have been in Karlsruhe since March 04, 2019 … Read more

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Letters from Germany – “My first 10 days in Karlsruhe” by Thaithanawanh Keokaisone (SKU)

Hello Everyone!

My name is Thaithanawanh Keokaisone, I come from Laos in Southeast Asian. I am here in Karlsruhe University of Education for the exchange student.

Here is my ten days impression in Karlsruhe University of Education in Germany as … Read more

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Collaborative research PH Karlsruhe and Savannakhet University – a positive start to our Erasmus+ programme

First meeting

My name is Dr Martin Remmele and I work at the Institute of Biology and School Gardening at the University of Education Karlsruhe. Last year, I co-mentored Shirin Ud-Din‘s Bachelor thesis about Health and education: First steps Read more

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Spotlight on intercultural encounters – an interview with Ms Mittaphone Sichampa and Ms Phovang Inthavong

Dear readers,

First of all, let me (re-)reintroduce two of my lovely tandem-teachers: Ms Mittaphone “Mit” Sichampa and Ms Phovang “Noy” Inthavong. “Re-“, because you might already know them as they were amongst the first teachers to join the Read more

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