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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.


Health and Wellness for the New Year

June 16th, 2016 by LaoAmericans | Comments Off on Health and Wellness for the New Year

Health and Wellness for the New Year

We want to empower people to reduce the health disparities in our community, by promoting a healthier lifestyle through education and engagement in the Lao language.


Leadership Above Par

November 22nd, 2014 by LaoAmericans | Comments Off on Leadership Above Par

In 2010, Sith Noy Phousirith, Ace Thiphavanthong, and Kop Perry Sinasone went on a search around the U.S. looking for other Lao golfers and Lao golf communities. On this search, they found similar trends among golf clubs in different states.


Going the Distance

February 20th, 2013 by LaoAmericans | 1 Comment

Nang Nonnarth Dunn, avid runner and VillageRun founder, invites you to the VillageRun 3rd Annual 5K Charity Run+Walk on May 11th, 2013, at Lake Merritt, Oakland, CA. Walkers, joggers and runners are welcome to bring friends and family to this fun community event.


Inspired to do good

May 28th, 2012 by LaoAmericans | Comments Off on Inspired to do good

Inspired to do good

I really want to get Lao American communities to help by using their special knowledge and skills to work within the rural communities, because they have a lot to offer. I truly enjoy what I am doing.


International Lao New Year Festival 2012

April 30th, 2012 by LaoAmericans | Comments Off on International Lao New Year Festival 2012

International Lao New Year Festival 2012

LaoAmericans.com sponsored the National Papaya Salad Contest at the International Lao New Year Festival in San Francisco, California on April 28, 2012. The first prize winner of this year’s Papaya Salad Contest is Phouangphanh Keovongsa.


Social Networking with a cultural twist

April 7th, 2010 by LaoAmericans | Comments Off on Social Networking with a cultural twist

Social Networking with a cultural twist

Klarissa Pachith Keovanpheng is the proud new owner of the popular Lao Social Networking site laobuddy.com. Her drive to succeed began at an early age and has not slowed down (which explains why her screenname is “Sharkie”).



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