Tag Archives: Laos

New rule-based order needed to save the Mekong

As Vietnam suffers its worst drought in nearly a century and Cambodia faces a water shortage that could jeopardise the livelihoods of 1.5 million people, debates have been reignited over the mega dams built along the Mekong. Once referred to as ‘one of the world’s last great stretches of undammed river‘, the Mekong could well […]

Mekong and the dams: For Whom the Bell Tolls

Would they dam this beautiful river? (picture credit: the Economist) In a remote mountainous area in Laos, an ongoing dam project would be a new source of discord among Southeast Asian countries over sustainable development. The US 3.5 billion worth Xayaburi Dam is believed to bring prosperity for Laos and electricity for Thailand, yet get […]

A Note From Abroad

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sailaway from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” ~ Mark Twain

thôn Sấu

Quê hương yêu dấu (Dọc hành chấm đứng). Xin các bạn vui lòng ghi rõ nguồn và dẫn link đến trang này nếu đăng lại bài của tôi

nat chukim

'anh cứ như thế này, sẽ chẳng có người phụ nữ nào yêu anh đâu'

Nguyễn Huy Hoàng

the star is fading

Blog Chuyện Bâng Quơ

Muốn viết truyện hay phải liều viết truyện không hay trước đã.

Kim Dung/Kỳ Duyên

Yêu cần tri kỷ, viết cần tri âm

breathing & playing

mindfulness & yoga, food & health, culture & travel

Thanh Nguyên

Its my nest <3

Enrique Núñez Mussa, Journalist/Periodista

Work portfolio/Portafolio de trabajos

Notebook

Theory blog of a Marxist-Leninist writer.

Minh Thi's blog

pieces of me

Pawpaw's Traveling

Artwork Collection By Pawpaw... "Wherever you stand be the soul of that place." - Rumi

Le Minh Khai's SEAsian History Blog

Always rethinking the Southeast Asian past