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The History of Savan Apparel

March 31st, 2017 by LaoAmericans | Comments Off on The History of Savan Apparel

The History of Savan Apparel

The main purpose of the clothing line is to empower all Lao people, young and old, with knowledge of our history and culture. We use daily attire and street wear as the medium to teach our children and to share our proud heritage with confidence and pride.


Authentic Lao Restaurants Worth Experiencing

February 14th, 2017 by LaoAmericans | Comments Off on Authentic Lao Restaurants Worth Experiencing

Bida Manda is named in honor of the owners’ parents, who instilled in them the love of food and its power to bring people together.


A Wise Woman On Your Side

January 1st, 2017 by LaoAmericans | Comments Off on A Wise Woman On Your Side

A Wise Woman On Your Side

My purpose is not only to help, but to empower women. There was a time when I considered packing everything up to go volunteer with the Peace Corps. Becoming a lawyer was a practical option because of my family obligations.


Connecting People Thru Movies

November 5th, 2016 by LaoAmericans | Comments Off on Connecting People Thru Movies

Connecting People Thru Movies

Groupeezz a social platform created to connect people thru film & movie screening events. We invite you to our upcoming movie screening events.


Great Taste Delivered: “SapSap”

August 7th, 2016 by LaoAmericans | Comments Off on Great Taste Delivered: “SapSap”

Great Taste Delivered: “SapSap”

“These SapSap snack sticks are amazing! Each bite is packed with meaty flavor and the spice is definitely perfect especially those looking to satisfy their Lao taste buds. Best when eaten right out of the fridge. Looking forward to ordering another batch!”


Literator Wins Top Startup Prize

July 31st, 2015 by LaoAmericans | Comments Off on Literator Wins Top Startup Prize

An Oakland elementary school teacher wins the top award for her literacy app concept at the Edtech Conference in San Francisco. Michelle Ching, who is half Lao and half Chinese, is an elementary school teacher in Oakland, California with Teach for America.


Love and Career

February 13th, 2015 by LaoAmericans | Comments Off on Love and Career

Every bookstore, coffee shop, and your daily horoscope this month will be drenched with how to hook that one love of your life, or how to question the one you already have.


Recipes for Success

January 25th, 2015 by LaoAmericans | Comments Off on Recipes for Success

Lao Chareune Foods was founded in 1992 with a focus on manufacturing and producing quality Lao food products like nam (their most popular product), sausage, pork rinds, tamarind, pineapple jam, and jeow bong.


Authentic Cuisine from Laos

October 20th, 2014 by LaoAmericans | Comments Off on Authentic Cuisine from Laos

It’s not too late to join the campaign! Celebrate Lao food with the Center for Lao Studies in San Francisco, California and Lao Lanxang Cafe. Purpose Lao Lanxang, a Lao food project, sponsored by the Center for Lao Studies (CLS) is as much about educating the public about Lao culture through its unique and delicious […]


A Week In Flight

September 20th, 2014 by LaoAmericans | Comments Off on A Week In Flight

A Week In Flight

24 year old Camry Phetvixay was born and raised in Fresno, California. Her mother is from Pakxan and her father is from Sum Neur, Laos. She graduated in December 2013 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration, with option of International Business from Fresno State University. Camry began SkyWest Airlines Inflight Ground Training in […]


Firebird Media Design

August 30th, 2014 by LaoAmericans | Comments Off on Firebird Media Design

Firebird Media Design is virtually open for business! Graphic Designer Sayon Syprasoeuth and his experienced team of professionals are excited to serve the Lao speaking community here in the U.S. and anywhere on the world-wide-web. Some of what they have to offer: Personal Websites E-Commerce Blog/Forum Websites Social Websites File Sharing Websites Mobile Device Websites […]


Sometimes Life Imitates Art

June 22nd, 2014 by LaoAmericans | Comments Off on Sometimes Life Imitates Art

Sometimes Life Imitates Art

Onechanh Rattanavongsy lives with her family in Lawrence, Kansas. Her amazing carvings have been featured at weddings, birthday parties and special occasions all over the United States. She also teaches carving classes and offers private lessons.


The W Salon Experience

February 17th, 2014 by LaoAmericans | Comments Off on The W Salon Experience

Allow me to share our motto with you — we encourage our clients and supporters, “To Dream and Think Big, Collaborate and Share Ideas, Inspire and Motivate.”


Green Papaya Ready to Serve

October 26th, 2013 by LaoAmericans | Comments Off on Green Papaya Ready to Serve

Green Papaya Ready to Serve

“After researching and attending several food truck gatherings in the Central Valley, I knew we would be welcomed with our type of food, since there really has not been one with our type of menu.”


Welcome to Jhai Coffee House

August 4th, 2013 by LaoAmericans | Comments Off on Welcome to Jhai Coffee House

Welcome to Jhai Coffee House

Jhai Coffee House will be the world’s first philanthropic coffee roaster and cafe located at the source. Our cozy cafe will serve locally grown and roasted coffee to the local community, as well as to the hundreds of tourists that come to the area to visit the coffee farms each day.



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