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The early life and times of President Souphanouvong

Even though President Souphanouvong passed on many years ago, his revolutionary spirit still burns bright among successive generations of Lao people today. … More >>>

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Commemorating the courageous spirit of Battalion 2

Sixty years have passed since the night when the Lao People’s Army’s Battalion 2 broke through an enemy blockade, averting a clash that would have meant almost  … More >>>

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President Kaysone Phomvihane, a true patriotic hero

President Kaysone Phomvihanewas beloved by all ethnicities, a great patriot and revolutionist of ournation. He was a national hero and an excellent leader of the Party andgovernment. He was born on December 13, 1920, … More >>>

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Viengxay – the district of victory

After attending the first open government meeting on March 22-23 this year in Viengxay district, Huaphan province, I decided to research the background of this district so that the facts could be … More >>>

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Lao Independence Day tale a treasure younger generation must know

Otober 12, 1945 was a critical day in Lao history as it marked a turning point in the country’s struggle for liberation from foreign domination. Celebrated on that date every year since, this year marks the 73rd Lao Independence Day. Retired Major Sisouk Inthavong, a veteran of Xieng Khuang province Military Command, shared his thoughts on […]

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August 23, a day of national pride

The overturning of the old administration on Uprising Day, or administrative power seizure day, on August 23, 1975, and the declaration of independence on October 12, 1945, were two major historic events for Laos after the country had been under…. More

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