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Fish pond answers water shortage at planting time

The sound of a tractor comes from the west of my house at around 5am as Mr Toun starts plowing his rice fields to prepare for growing wet season rice.

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- Local female rescue team member tops international event
Ms Chandavieng Ammasone, 20, proudly kisses the gold medal she won from friendly competition while also undertaking practical training in helping victims during disasters such as building collapse, chemical spills and flooding. More >>>
- Committed blood donor seeks to persuade others
Mr Phonekham Keovilay, head of the Information Division of the Lao Red Cross is hoping to persuade more people to donate blood to help build up reserves of this life saving gift. More >>>
- Not seeing could be believing for smartphone users
Taking ‘selfie' photos t o entice more likes on her Facebook page, a young lady is networking on social media with her smartphone, her eyes constantly focused on the photos, while a headset is attached to her ears blocking out the surrounding world. More >>>
- Motorbike taxis dependent on customers' whims
Wearing an orange jacket, Mr Xam Xingxay, a taxi motorcyclist, presses the start button on the right handle of his trusty motorbike after a woman asks him to take her to Vattay-noy village in Sikhottabong district. More >>>
- Dynamic duo keen to contribute to society
Hot duo Teler and Boy are not content with just being pop performers but want to set a good example for young people by helping out with charity events. More >>>
- Leading writers share their insights
Let's start writing. Writing helps to express our emotions, it brings benefits to us and society, and writing is the best therapy. It is crucial for all aspiring writers to have inspiration and motivation to write about important issues. “Keep in mind, we have thoughts to share and reflect with society .” More >>>
- ‘Create your own legend’ book awakens readers
It is often said that Lao people in general do not have the habit of reading but this is simply not true as this book has proved that a book is able to communicate with its readers and convince them to read to inspire themselves and make an impact.More >>>

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