The economy remains hampered by inadequate infrastructure and deficient health and education services to support its workforce and popu
In 8/22/03 English lesson you'll meet the Harris family. These people are Bob, Sandra and their two children, NDE 4A-1.
Mr. Phongsavath Boupha insists there are no resistance groups in his country and that bandits, not rebels, are responsible for a series
For a generation, U.S. national interests in Laos have focused on three main issues: reducing the cultivation of opium through law enfo
The Ministry of Information and Culture is implementing strict measures to regulate entertainment facilities to maintain stability
The United Nations (UN) wants sex workers in Asia to adopt a rule of "no condom, no sex" in a renewed effort to stem the spread of HIV.
Crooner Koh Viset returns to entertain our audience with his "Nok Khao Leum Khone" hit together with Savanthong and her "Sao Ham Pee."
In today's lesson Gary Engleton, our culture expert, will explain about the right way to leave a message,3F-9.
In August 15 English lesson you will have more practice on how to leave messages with a receptionist and understand why confirming info
As Lao officials acknowledge that over 200,000 people are currently either unemployed or looking for a job, an agreement was signed thi
The United States has placed new travel restrictions on foreign airline passengers who have to change planes at American airports. Offi
Mr. Phongsavath Boupha, in U.S at the invitation of American officials, talks to VOA about the purpose of his trip and about U.S-Laos