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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.  Channels [ edit] See also [ edit]
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)
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]
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
In recent times, Lao popular media, including Lao music and television, has found its way back into the Isan region since Lao TV satellite signal is reachable in Isan.
lao-Lao with scorpions Although lao-Lao is traditionally drunk neat, a cocktail that is rising in popularity is the "Pygmy Slow Lorange", named after the pygmy slow loris, a species endemic to Laos. Various flavoured lao-Laos are made by macerating such additives as honey or scorpions.
Laos is a country in Southeast Asia. The country's population was estimated at about 7.43 million in 2021, dispersed unevenly across the country. Most people live in valleys of the Mekong River and its tributaries. Vientiane Prefecture, which includes Vientiane, the capital and largest city of the country, had about 569,000 residents in 1999.