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  2. Lao National Television - Wikipedia

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    Lao National Television (officially abbreviated as LNTV, Lao: ໂທລະພາບແຫ່ງຊາດລາວ (ທຊລ), romanized : Tholaphap Heng Xat Lao) is the national television station of the country of Laos. It is divided into 2 television channels, LNTV1 and LNTV3. The network's logo is based on the national symbol – Pha That Luang. [1] Channels [ edit] See also [ edit]

  3. President of Laos - Wikipedia

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    President of Laos. The president of the Lao People's Democratic Republic is the head of state of Laos. The current president is Thongloun Sisoulith, since 22 March 2021. He was previously elected as the General Secretary of the Lao People's Revolutionary Party, Laos' most powerful position in January 2021, ranking him first in the Politburo .

  4. Khene - Wikipedia

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    Since the early 21st century, the California-born khaen player Jonny Olsen has achieved familiarity in Laos and Thailand by appearing on numerous Thai and Lao TV Shows and performing live concerts in Thailand and the U.S. Olsen is the first foreigner to win a khaen championship in Khon Kaen, Thailand in 2005.

  5. Laos - Wikipedia

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    Laos is the only landlocked country in Southeast Asia, and it lies mostly between latitudes 14° and 23°N (a small area is south of 14°), and longitudes 100° and 108°E. Its thickly forested landscape consists mostly of rugged mountains, the highest of which is Phou Bia at 2,818 metres (9,245 ft), with some plains and plateaus.

  6. Lao Premier League - Wikipedia

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    The Lao League 1 ( Lao: ລາວ ພຣີເມຍລີກ ), known for sponsorship reasons as the Pepsi Lao League 1, is a football league representing the sport's highest level in Laos. The league is composed of seven clubs for the 2022 season. Contents 1 Format 1.1 2022 teams and stadiums 2 Champions 2.1 Titles by club 3 Top scorers 4 References 5 External links

  7. Lao people - Wikipedia

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    The Lao language ( ພາສາລາວ) is the official language of the Lao People's Democratic Republic and its official script is the Lao alphabet. [33] As the dominant language of most of the Lao Loum and therefore most of the Lao population, the language is enshrined as the dominant language of education, government, and official use. [33]

  8. Lao - Wikipedia

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    Something of, from, or related to Laos, a country in Southeast Asia. Lao people (people from Laos, or of Lao descent) The Lao language. Lao script, the writing system used to write the Lao language. Lao (Unicode block), a block of Lao characters in Unicode. LAO, the international vehicle registration code for Laos.