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  1. A government official in Laos says that work on the controversial Don Sahong hydropower dam on the Mekong River has been suspended amid concerns expressed by neighboring nations. The dam ... FULL ARTICLE AT Asia Times Online

  2. The name Bun Thang means Ladder Noodle. Its is Noodle soup with thicken, fried egg, mushroom-one of favorite dishes of Hanoian in particular and Vietnam in general. The gastronomy of ... FULL ARTICLE AT Travellerspoint

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Serene landscape by the Nam Song River at Vang Vieng, Laos.

Serene landscape by the Nam Song River at Vang Vieng, Laos.

  1. Land mine ban advocate speaking in SW Portland Thursday night

    A retired American fighter pilot who was ordered to drop the bombs on Laos during the Vietnam War will also share his testimony at the event. FULL ARTICLE AT Oregon Live

  2. Xylem Inc, the water company whose equipment cleared New York tunnels after Hurricane Sandy in the US, won a customized-pumps contract for a controversial Mekong River hydropower dam under construction ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Bangkok Post

  3. Hosts South Korea have been drawn with Malaysia, Saudi Arabia and Laos in the group stage of the Asian Games football tournament, organisers said on Thursday. Among the other favourites ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Malaysian Insider

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pathway underground cave in Laos, with stalagmites and stalactites.

pathway underground cave in Laos, with stalagmites and stalactites.

  1. Laos says the project is suspended, but the builder says work continues. FULL ARTICLE AT Radio Free Asia

  2. Xylem ([[XYL]] +0.7%) has been awarded a $19.6M contract to provide custom-made Flygt pumps for the Xayaburi run-of-river hydropower dam.The dam will provide electricity to about 1M ... FULL ARTICLE AT Seeking Alpha

  3. While many travellers head straight for the sybaritic charms of feted Luang Prabang, fewer sample the emerald rice plains of the south, with its stunning jungle karst formations, remnant Ho ... FULL ARTICLE AT A Luxury Travel Blog

  4. Close to Laos’ border with Cambodia, you’ll find the Khone Phapheng Falls, the largest by volume in Southeast Asia with a flow reaching 49,000 cubic meters. FULL ARTICLE AT Brave New Traveler

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Laos (pronounced /ˈlɑː.oʊs/, /ˈlaʊs/, or /ˈleɪ.ɒs/), officially the Lao People's Democratic Republic, is a landlocked country in Southeast Asia, bordered by Burma (Myanmar) and China to the northwest, Vietnam to the east, Cambodia to the south, and Thailand to the west. Laos traces its history to the Kingdom of Lan Xang or Land of a Million Elephants, which existed from the fourteenth to the... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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