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What do you think about buying and selling goods online?

Online businesses are booming, especially since the Covid-19 pandemic changed
the way we do things, but this method of buying and selling items has both its good and bad points. Vientiane Times asked some local people for their thoughts on conducting business online.

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The Partnership for Improved Nutrition (PIN) is a vast EU initiative under which several partnerships have been formed. The PIN partnership with UNICEF started in July 2016. The project has nationwide coverage and targets 10 provinces in Laos. .... More >>>
- How can we steer clear of fraudulent chain scams?
Ill-intentioned groups are always out to cheat people by trying to persuade them to invest in dubious money-making activities that claim to give a high return in a .... More >>>
- What more should we do to protect intellectual property?
Lao people make many kinds of items, especially using indigenous knowledge not found in other countries.
But most of these products have not been copyrighted or given a trademark, especially handicrafts. This has led to numerous instances of product copying and the true inventors of these products are not recognised. Vientiane Times asked for people’s thoughts on ways to better protect intellectual property.
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- How should we use electricity safely in hot weather?
With the hot weather upon us electricity usage has increased rapidly as more fans, refrigerators and air conditioners work harder to keep us cool. Many people are concerned there won’t be enough electricity to go round, and of course there’s a high risk of short circuits. Vientiane Times.... More >>>
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Developments in technology and the proliferation of online activities have opened up opportunities for scammers to cheat people, especially by fraudulently soliciting donations. Vientiane Times asked a few people for their thoughts on this disturbing trend. .... More >>>
- The time has come for change
The new Prime Minister Phankham Viphavanh has pledged that the government will do whatever it can in order to put into practice the 11th Party resolution, which promises to bring strong and deep change in line with the opening-up policy which was initiated in 1986..... More >>>
- Covid-19 pandemic’s impact on women, children in South Asia
Drastic cuts in the availability and use of essential public health services across South Asia due to Covid-19 may have contributed to .... More >>>
- What should we do to stop the burning and indiscriminate dumping of rubbish?
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- What can we do to protect rivers and keep water clean?
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- What should be done to stop the use of e-cigarettes and laughing gas?
The authorities are working to prevent the sale and use of e-cigarettes and also of laughing gas (nitrous oxide), which is a type of narcotic.  When inhaled, the gas slows down the body’s.... More >>>
- What are your thoughts on the growth of the Party?
The 66th anniversary of Lao People’s Revolutionary Party Foundation Day will be observed on March 22. Activities to commemorate the anniversary will be hosted across the country. Vientiane Times asked some members of the Party and people to voice their thoughts on the growth of the party and the development of the country over the years.
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- Address by Party Secretary General Mr Thongloun Sisoulith on the occasion of the
66th anniversary of the Lao People’s Revolutionary Party
Beloved fellow citizens, comrade Party members!
March 22 marks the foundation of the Party, the day which saw the birth of the first labour party in Laos. The Party has organised and guided the work of the task of the national and people’s democratic revolution throughout the past 66 years. Today, March 22, marks another anniversary of the Party. .... More >>>
- What can be done to protect the environment and keep tourist attractions clean?
Inconsiderate tourists are spoiling beauty spots by parking their vehicles on riverbanks and having parties, when garbage ends up being thrown into the river. Rivers are becoming dirty because of tourism and public bathing, environmentalists say. Vientiane Times asked for people’s thoughts on ways to encourage better behaviour. .... More >>>
- What are the pros and cons of social media?
As social media is now a part of everyday life, it is important for children and young people to learn how to communicate online, prepare for future opportunities in the workplace, and interact appropriately with friends and family. Vientiane Times asked some young people for their thoughts on social media. .... More >>>
- What’s to be done about the cattle that roam on main roads?
Vientiane is the rapidly developing heart of Laos but it seems the city is unable to shake off its rural roots. Even as high-rises spring up all around and.... More >>>
- How important is it for food products to be copyrighted and branded?
More than 100 food producers from across the country exhibited their signature products at the Lao Food Festival 2021, which was recently held at Chao Anouvong Park in
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