A Lao official says the Monday bomb explosion at a bus station near the morning market in Vientiane was due to business conflicts
Koh Viset and Daraphet return to entertain our audience with "Beautiful Girls of Long Chaeng," and "Time Does Not Return," respectively
Our Guest today is Mr. Arnold Jefferson, from Advanced Technology. Mr.Jefferson is a receptionist. He visits VOA and talks to Elizabeth
An explosion at a crowded bus station injures over 10 people
On August 1,03, you'll learn how to say telephone numbers and hear about what happened to Boris's apartment.
Thanthadya serenades our audience with "Lum Phouthai," while Susie Wong
consoles our homesick listeners with "Missing Vientiane", and M
Prince Soulivong Savang, the exiled heir to the throne of the former royal kingdom of Laos, says the present one-party, communist gover
Pan Australian Resources say its Phou Bia gold project could be worth $187 million while Lao girls working as maids in Thai households
Learn some words relating to offices and schools on the July 28 program.
"Southeast Asia is the center of a great flow of women...," explains the documentary film Trading Women
Please listen to Monday 6/23/03 English lesson again.
Thai authorities say the U.S will accept 8,000 Hmong refugees from Wat Thamkrabok in Sarabury. But U.S officials say no decision has be