Luxist Web Search

  1. Results From The WOW.Com Content Network
  2. Lao National Television - Wikipedia

    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. List of television stations in Southeast Asia - Wikipedia

    Free-to-air television stations include: Channel 3 (Cambodia) TV3 Asia TV5 Cambodia National Television of Cambodia CTV9 (Cambodian Television Channel 9 or Channel 9) Apsara TV Cambodian Television Network (CTN) Bayon Television MYTV CNC (Cambodia News Channel) SEATV (Southeast Asian Television) BTV News ETV PNN CTV8HD (Cambodia)

  4. President of Laos - Wikipedia

    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 . History [ edit]

  5. Lao Premier League - Wikipedia

    A total of 9 teams participated in the 2023 Lao League 1 season. Note: Table lists in alphabetical order. Champions [ edit] 1990: Lao Army FC (Vientiane) 1991: Lao Army FC (Vientiane) 1992: Lao Army FC (Vientiane) 1993: Savannakhet (Savannakhet) / Lao Army FC (Vientiane) 1994: Lao Army FC (Vientiane) 1995: Pakse (Pakse) / Education Team

  6. Lao people - Wikipedia

    The ethnic Lao of Laos form the bulk of the Lao Loum ("Lowland Laotians") (Lao: ລາວລຸ່ມ, Thai: ลาวลุ่ม, IPA: laːw lum). Small Lao communities exist in Thailand and Cambodia, residing primarily in the former Lao territory of Stung Treng ( Xieng Teng in Lao), and Vietnam . There are a substantial number of Lao overseas, numbering over 500,000 people.

  7. Khmu people - Wikipedia

    The Khmu were the indigenous inhabitants of northern Laos. It is generally believed the Khmu once inhabited a much larger area. After the influx of Thai/Lao peoples into the lowlands of Southeast Asia, the Khmu were forced to higher ground ( Lao Theung ), above the rice-growing lowland Lao and below the Hmong/Mien groups ( Lao Sung) that ...

  8. Lao - Wikipedia

    Mount Lao ( 崂山 ), Qingdao, China Lao River, Italy, a river of southern Italy Lao River, Thailand, a tributary of the Kok River in Thailand Lao, Bhutan Lao, Estonia, village in Tõstamaa Parish, Pärnu County Lao, Togo LAO, IATA code of Laoag International Airport in the Philippines Philosophers [ edit]