May 1st, 2012 by LaoAmericans | No Comments
This is a story about four Princes and a soldier fighting a Civil War for the soul of Laos as a proxy to the Cold War. Sinakhone Keodara, the producer of this film, believes that this story belongs to the Laotian diaspora and to the world.
February 24th, 2010 by LaoAmericans | 2 Comments
You can’t wait to be discovered or for the perfect opportunity to drop in your lap. You have to do the work, you have to get on stage, make internet videos, perform with other people, write, and be agile in every aspect of this business we call show.
February 1st, 2008 by Siamphone Louankang | No Comments
He swam across the Mekong River to reach the refugee camps in Thailand, first staying at Napo, then Ubon. Thavi’s mother and remaining siblings followed two years later, only to meet with a misfortune that would take them over a decade to rectify. Offered just one opportunity to leave, Thavi’s mother had very little time to gather together what remained of her family and quickly flee.