I work at the LGTC and meet many different persons every day. As I spend several hours a week with my tandem-partner and students, I was beginning to get curious about their different daily routines. Eventually I found out and … Read more Read more
Editors’ note: Within the Recruitment and Training Programme of BHS Corrugated with the Lao-German Technical College, the company invited five teachers of the college and two apprentices to an eight-week training course in Weiherhammer (Bavaria, Germany) in July and … 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
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
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
“Hello again, I’m Bounpheng!”
This is my second letter on this blog – you can find my first letter here.
Hello! My neme is Bounpheng. I am 37 years old. I studied at University of Laos. I teach English … Read more Read more