4 films Found
Laos is the most heavily bombed country in the world. In the Vietnam War the US dropped 2 million tonnes of explosives there. Now, a brave band of women are finding and destroying the 'bombies' left behind.
The Mekong River is already being put to serious economic use by the Chinese, and now the Lao people are determined to do the same. But can it really pull the nation out of poverty, and at what cost?
A report exploring Laos' appalling human rights record.
ABC Australia profiles Laos's General Cheng, leader of the military, director of one of the country's biggest logging company BPKP, and one of Laos's most powerful figures.