It was already 7 p.m. Mr Khamkeun thought of giving up. His legs were complaining. “Let’s ride a car and I’ll pay,” he tried to convince me. But, my mind was already set to arrive there by my bike so I said it’s alright if he goes ahead.
By Lorie Ann Cascaro on December 24 2013 4:57 pm VIENTIANE, Laos (MindaNews/24 Dec.) — In a small country where … More
By Lorie Ann Cascaro on November 22 2013 7:39 pm VIENTIANE, Laos (MindaNews / 22 Nov) – Welcome to “Disneyland”! … More
By Lorie Ann Cascaro on October 24 2013 5:59 pm People swarm into a small village in Vientiane to see … More
By Lorie Ann Cascaro on October 19 2013 11:12 amVIENTIANE, Laos (MindaNews/19 October)–In Ban Sai Fong Neua, 17 kilometers south … More
By Lorie Ann Cascaro on September 7 2013 3:59 pm Through drawings, photos and role play, children from different provinces … More
A growing number of Koreans visit the country for “healing” while some of them stay for retirement, business or volunteering
VIENTIANE, Laos (MindaNews / 6 Sept) – It’s 5 p.m. here in the prefecture. In Vientiane Times newsroom, journalists take … More
One year after the government closed the bars and put an end to drug outlets in Vangvieng, the village is struggling to get back to business. We spent a weekend.
I was walking along the bricked sidewalks at corners Chao Anou Road and Rue Setthathilath in Ventiane, Laos, when I … More