What is Lao?
It is the country next to Thailand. Laotians people speak the language similar to the Northern East people of Thailand..
Well... to be precise, Lao is the language or people (also known as Laotian). The country is Laos (or Lao PDR)
Well... to be precise, Lao is the language or people (also known as Laotian). The country is Laos (or Lao PDR)
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Answer I believe that geo-politically it is referred to as being in South-East Asia along with countries like Viet-Nam Phil Yes, that's right. Laos is in South East Asia which shares borders with China, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand and Myanmar.
Lao Tzu is one of the most important men in history. During his life, Lau Tzu inspired many people, even the great philosopher Confucius, but he inspired even more people after his death. His teachings brought to public eye from his book The Tao Tai Ching inspired followings of millions first throug…hout Asia, and eventually the world. His teachings lead to over five religious sects that inspired the world. Lao Tzu was born around the year 604 B.C. in Louyang China to the name Li Erh with a head of completely white hair. The was the name Lao Tzu given to him later on in life when he worked for the King of Zhou in Louyang as the keeper of the imperial archives. It translates to mean "The Old Master." Lao Tzu was only one of his many names including: Lao Zi, Elder Dan, Senior Lord, Senior Lord Li, Senior lord Taishang, Taoist Lord Lao Zi, Lao Tse, Lao Tze, Shengzu (his temple name), and Emperor Xuanyuan. During his time as the keeper of the imperial archives, Lao Tzu studied the archive's books avidly. Being in the Shi, or keeper of archives and sacred books, Lao Tzu gained a great deal of knowledge over time in which he used in his wisdom and philosophy. Some of the topics he would have most likely have been knowledgeable in were astrology and divination. A famous Chinese philosopher named Confusion heard about Lao Tzu and decided to travel to Louyang to meet him. Confuses met Lao Tzu when Lao was just about to browse through the library scrolls in the royal archives. Both of them discussed ritual and propriety, which both make up the cornerstone to Confucianism over a few months.Upon reaching Eighty years of age Lao Tzu decided to leave Louyang and go on a journey to the desert. Lao Tzu made the decision because he felt depressed by what he had seen over his time working for the king, such as men refusing to follow the path of natural goodness. In Lau's understanding that came from self-teaching himself with the scrolls accumulated over centuries in the library he saw that staying where he was he would get no satisfaction in life. He set out for the western border of china going towards Tibet. Upon reaching the border of Ch'in, a guard stopped him. That guard asked him to record his teaching because he knew that Lau Tzu would not return. Lau Tzu decided for three days to compose a book of all his wisdom. The book was an amazing 5250 word two-sectioned piece of literature named The Tao Te Ching, meaning The Book of The Way. After Writing the Tao Te Ching Lao Tzu Disappeared into the wilderness and was never seen again.The Tao Te Ching is a book containing the wisdom of Lao Tzu and his teachings to help guide others to follow "The Way." In his writings, Lao Tzu uses the name "Sage" a lot. This name represents the idealistic man. It has many teachings. One teaching Lao Tzu conveys in the Tao Te Ching is that you can be strong without being forceful. An example of this is Lao saying: "The highest excellence is like (that of) water. The excellence of water appears in its benefiting all things, and in its occupying, without striving (to the contrary), the low place which all men dislike. Hence (its way) is near to (that of) the Tao. The excellence of a residence is in (the suitability of) the place; that of the mind is in abysmal stillness; that of associations is in their being with the virtuous; that of government is in its securing good order; that of (the conduct of) affairs is in its ability; and that of (the initiation of) any movement is in its timeliness. And when (one with the highest excellence) does not wrangle (about his low position), no one finds fault with him." Lao Tzu also teaches against pride; an example of this is "It is better to leave a vessel unfilled, than to attempt to carry it when it is full. If you keep feeling a point that has been sharpened, the point cannot long preserve its sharpness. When gold and jade fill the hall, their possessor cannot keep them safe. When wealth and honors lead to arrogance, this brings its evil on itself. When the work is done, and one's name is becoming distinguished, to withdraw into obscurity is the way of Heaven." Therefore the sage seeks to satisfy (the craving of) the belly, and not the (insatiable longing of the) eyes. He puts from him the latter, and prefers to seek the former." Lao Tzu describes human nature in the Tao Te Ching, like when he said, "When we renounce learning we have no troubles. The (ready) 'yes,' and (flattering) 'yea;'-- Small is the difference they display. But mark their issues, good and ill; -- What space the gulf between shall fill? What all men fear is indeed to be feared; but how wide and without end is the range of questions (asking to be discussed)! The multitude of men look satisfied and pleased; as if enjoying a full banquet, as if mounted on a tower in spring. I alone seem listless and still, my desires having as yet given no indication of their presence. I am like an infant which has not yet smiled. I look dejected and forlorn, as if I had no home to go to. The multitude of men all have enough and to spare. I alone seem to have lost everything. My mind is that of a stupid man; I am in a state of chaos. Ordinary men look bright and intelligent, while I alone seem to be benighted. They look full of discrimination, while I alone am dull and confused. I seem to be carried about as on the sea, drifting as if I had nowhere to rest. All men have their spheres of action, while I alone seem dull and incapable, like a rude borderer. (Thus) I alone am different from other men, but I value the nursing-mother (the Tao)."Lao Tzu also sometimes uses rhythmic patterns like in chapter 21 when he said, "The grandest forms of active force From Tao come, their only source. Who can of Tao the nature tell? Our sight it flies, our touch as well. Eluding sight, eluding touch, the forms of things all in it crouch; eluding touch, eluding sight, there are their semblances, all right. Profound it is, dark and obscure; Things' essences all there endure. Those essences the truth enfold of what, when seen, shall then be told. Now it is so; 'twas so of old. Its name--what passes not away; so, in their beautiful array, Things form and never know decay. How know I that it is so with all the beauties of existing things? By this (nature of the Tao)." Another lesson Lao Tzu often uses is being modest and thankful such as when he says "The partial becomes complete; the crooked, straight; the empty, full; the worn out, new. He whose (desires) are few gets them; he whose (desires) are many goes astray. Therefore the sage holds in his embrace the one thing (of humility), and manifests it to all the world. He is free from self- display, and therefore he shines; from self-assertion, and therefore he is distinguished; from self-boasting, and therefore his merit is acknowledged; from self-complacency, and therefore he acquires superiority. It is because he is thus free from striving that therefore no one in the world is able to strive with him. That saying of the ancients that 'the partial becomes complete' was not vainly spoken:--all real completion is comprehended under It." or, when he said, "He who stands on his tiptoes does not stand firm; he who stretches his legs does not walk (easily). (So), he who displays himself does not shine; he who asserts his own views is not distinguished; he who vaunts himself does not find his merit acknowledged; he who is self- conceited has no superiority allowed to him. Such conditions, viewed from the standpoint of the Tao, are like remnants of food, or a tumor on the body, which all dislike. Hence those who pursue (the course) of the Tao do not adopt and allow them." One of the biggest lessons Lao Tzu uses in the Tao Tai Ching is the flow of Chi or the energy of life. One instance he uses this is in is chapter 25 when he says, "There was something undefined and complete, coming into existence before Heaven and Earth. How still it was and formless, standing alone, and undergoing no change, reaching everywhere and in no danger (of being exhausted)! It may be regarded as the Mother of all things. I do not know its name, and I give it the designation of the Tao (the Way or Course). Making an effort (further) to give it a name I call it The Great. Great, it passes on (in constant flow). Passing on, it becomes remote. Having become remote, it returns. Therefore, the Tao is great; Heaven is great; Earth is great; and the (sage) king is also great. In the universe there are four that are great, and the (sage) king is one of them. Man takes his law from the Earth; the Earth takes its law from Heaven; Heaven takes its law from the Tao. The law of the Tao is its being what it is."Ying Yang is a philosophy that often shows up in The Tao Tai Ching. Ying Yang is the rhythm of life, which flows throughout the entire universe, is the action of complementary principles Yin and Yang. The symbol explains that when Yin reaches its climax it recedes in to Yang, then after Yang reaches its climax it recedes in to Yin in an eternal cycle flowing in everything. The dots inside the white and black halves indicate that within each half a piece of the other half exists, showing that Yin cannot exist without Yang and Yang cannot exist without Yin. Yin is the quiet, intuitive, female, receiving force that is associated with earth. The earth is the source of life by providing us with what we need to survive. Yin is connected with: Night, Dark, Rain, Water, Cold, Winter, Autumn, Odd Numbers, The Moon, North, West, Right, Down, Intuition, Passive, Static, Contraction, Decreasing, Conservative, Traditional, Valley, River, Curve, Soft, Solidifying, the Psychological World, Dragon, Kidneys, Heart, Liver, and the Lungs. Yang is the strong, creative, male, giving force that is connected with heaven; Heaven above us is always in motion and brings about change. Yang is associated with Day, Light, Sunshine, Fire, Heat, Summer, Spring, Even Numbers, The Sun, South, East, Left, Up, Intellect, Active, Dynamic, Expansion, Increasing, Innovative, Reformative, Mountain, Desert, Straight Line, Hard, Dissolving, the Physical World, Tiger, Bladder, Intestines, and Skin.One example of Ying Yang in the Toa Tai Ching is "All in the world know the beauty of the beautiful, and in doing this they have (the idea of) what ugliness is; they all know the skill of the skilful, and in doing this they have (the idea of) what the want of skill is. So it is that existence and non-existence give birth the one to m(the idea of) the other; that difficulty and ease produce the one (the idea of) the other; that length and shortness fashion out the one the figure of the other; that (the ideas of) height and lowness arise from the contrast of the one with the other; that the musical notes and tones become harmonious through the relation of one with another; and that being before and behind give the idea of one following another. Therefore the sage manages affairs without doing anything, and conveys his instructions without the use of speech. All things spring up, and there is not one which declines to show itself; they grow, and there is no claim made for their ownership; they go through their processes, and there is no expectation (of a reward for the results). The work is accomplished, and there is no resting in it (as an achievement). The work is done, but how no one can see; 'Tis this that makes the power not cease to be.Confucianism and Taoism are both originally from China and share some striking similarities. Both existed for around 500 years before Buddhism. Native Chinese customs and traditions had an impact on how both philosophies are formed. Both philosophies had an effect on latter Indian philosophies. Confucianism and Taoism are now practiced as Neo Confucianism and Neo Taoism. Both philosophies are based upon the compiled teachings of previous followers of the philosophies. They are each considered a part of Chinese culture and heritage. Su ma Ch'ien a famous Chinese historian described them both as Hundred Schools. Tai Chi is a form of (usually) slow moving martial arts that can be used as self-defense, relaxation, or general exercise. Taoism and Tai chi may seem extremely far apart, but they are actually very similar. T'ai chi is based on the Chinese principle of yin and yang. Many of Lao Tzu's lessons such as "Yield and overcome; Bend and be straight.", "He who stands of tiptoe is not steady. He who strides cannot maintain the pace."; "Returning is the motion of the Tao. Yielding is the way of the Tao. What is firmly established cannot be uprooted. What is firmly grasped cannot slip away.", "Stiff and unbending is the principle of death. Gentle and yielding is the principle of life. Thus an Army without flexibility never wins a battle. A tree that is unbending is easily broken. The hard and strong will fall. The soft and weak will overcome." Have inspired Tai Chi. Chuang Tzu, a later Taoist philosopher gave further inspiration to Tai Chi by saying "The pure man of old slept without dreams and woke without anxiety. He ate without indulging in sweet tastes and breathed deep breaths. The pure man draws breaths from the depths of his heels, the multitude only from their throats." and "[The sage] would not lean forward or backward to accommodate [things]. This is called tranquility on disturbance, (which means) that it is especially in the midst of disturbance that tranquility becomes perfect." Both of these examples of quotes from both Lau Tzu and Chuang Tzu show examples of beliefs usually held by those who practice Tai Chi. After Lau Tzu and Chuang Tzu Taoism continued to grow and flourish. A few Chinese philosophers that helped Taoism prosper were Yang Hsiung, Wang Ch'ung, Huai-Nan, Tzu Lieh Tzu, and Yang Chu. Yang Hsiung combined classical Taoism with rudiments of Confucian ethics. Wang Ch'ung did the same thing but He was less interested in morality and more occupied with human institutions. Hui-Nan, a prince of Huai-Nan, gave Taoism further fame. Tzu LiehTzu and Yang Chu revised some original Taoist beliefs and modernized them. Taoism later reached a religious standpoint. The Religious Taoism had its own temples, priests, rites, and symbolic images. The religion emerged into sever sects including The Heavenly Masters, The Supreme Peace, The Mao-Shan, The Ling-Pao, and The Ch'uan-chen. The Taoist deities, Yu-huang (The Jade Emperor), Yuan-shih T'ien-tsun (The First Principal), San-ch'ing (Three Pure Ones), San-kuan (Three Officials), T'ien-shih, Pa-hsien (Eight Immortals: Lu Tung-pin, Ts'ao Kuo-chiu, Chang Kuo-lao, Li T'ieh-kuai, Ho Hsien-ku, Han Hsiang-tsu, and Han Chung-li), were often venerated as gods and astrology along with divination were often added to the religious sects due to popular culture. Taoism eventually became Neo Taoism in the third and fourth centuries. Neo Taoism was split into two sects, The Pure Conversation School, which was a group of younger thinkers, and poets who explored issues of Taoism through poetry and interpretation and Metaphysical School, which was made up of philosophers who wanted to both expand Taoism and to reconcile Taoism and Confucianism. Taoism is a popular practiced belief all over the world even today. During his life, Lau Tzu inspired many people, even the great philosopher Confucius, but he inspired even more people after his death. His teachings brought to public eye from his book The Tao Tai Ching inspired followings of millions first throughout Asia, and eventually the world. His teachings lead to over five religious sects that inspired the world. His inspiration writings lead Taoism through thousands of years, touching the hearts and souls of all who followed him. His peaceful concepts inspired religions, other philosophers, and the writer of this answer. Therefore, Lao Tzu is one of the most inspirational and important people in history. Works Cited # J. Legge. Tao Te Ching. Sacred Books of the East, Vol 39 (1891): 1. Friday, December 15, 2006 . # Various Authors. "Tao Te Ching." 1. Friday, December 15, 2006 . # Various Authors. "Laozi." 1. Friday, December 15, 2006 . # Dim Cheuk Lau, Laozi, Lao Tzu, Lao zi. Tao Te Ching . 1963 131. Friday, December 15, 2006 . # Toshihiko Izutsu. A comparative study of the key philosophical concepts in Sufism and Taoism. 1984 493. , Friday, December 15, 2006 ( Full Answer )
Answer Laos is in Southeast Asia, surrounded by Thailand, Myanmar, China,Vietnam, and Cambodia. Laos or Lao PDR is in South East Asia, It is only landlockedcountry in the ASEAN countries. It is near China to the north,Thailand to the west, Burma to the north west, Vietnam to the eastand Cambodia to …the south. ( Full Answer )
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Laos or Lao PDR is in South East Asia, It is only landlocked country in the ASEAN countries. It is near China to the north, Thailand to the west, Burma to the north west, Vietnam to the east and Cambodia to the south. Laos is located in between Vietnam and Thailand in southern Asia
Lt. General Choummaly Sayasone is the President of Laos. After serving as Minister of Defence for 10 years from 1991 to 2001, he was made Vice President from 2001 to 2006 before becoming President of Laos on 2006 June 8.
6,521,998 - July 2007 estimate A new figure is 6.8 million - estimated early 2009 EDIT: As of 2008, the population of Laos is 6,205,341 according to Google Public Data.
Lao (è) means "venerable" or "old", Zi/Tzu (å) in this context is typically translated "master".
Lao's borders Vietnam west side. Laos is a country and Vietnam is another country they are independent. Laos is not in Vietnam, it is a neighbor.
They must finish six years of primary school and three years of junior high school..
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It's somewhere in asia. Try an atlas!. love,. Justine for JUSTICE!. Posted by Mrs. Hubers class, Justine at Hermosa Elementary School
The Asian country of Laos covers 91,429 square miles. In 2012, Laoshad an estimated population of about 6.5 million.
The leader of Laos is the President of Laos , who is Choummaly Sayasone . The president appoints the Prime Minister of Laos, whom is Bouasone Bouphavanh.
\n \n 800x600 \n \n The currency of Laos is the\nkip (Lao: àºàºµàº; code: LAK). One kip is divided into 100 att\n(àºàº±àº). \n \n Normal \n 0 \n \n \n 21 \n \n \n false \n false \n false \n \n DE-CH \n X-NONE \n X-NONE \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n Microso…ftInternetExplorer4 \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n The value of the kip is so low that there are no longer att in circulation. The currency used in Laos is called the Kip. ( Full Answer )
Laos is a country in South East Asia. It is a single partysocialist republic. It has a low income economy with 1/3 of itspopulation living below poverty line.
First one must boil a substantial amount of rice. Next let the rice sit and ferment in open air for 5 days(preferably in a warm climate) this gives you your mash. Now you will boil the mash in a tightly fastened copper kettle with a condenser as on a moonshine still so that no steam escapes at… around 150 degrees F. At the end of your condenser tube you will have a jug or some other liquid holding device with a filter atop it to catch any impurities. You now have your Lao Lao whiskey ready to drink. Note: It is important that a copper kettle is used because it does not rust and other metals that do rust may do so and poison you whiskey. Also, a coffee filter will do for your filtering. And lastly to find the equipment needed for the process all one needs to do is type in moonshine home brew kits into Google and you will find a multitude of products. E-bay is another good source. ( Full Answer )
65% Buddhist 33.7% Islam (+animism, also Baha'i) 1.3% Christian Look it up! If you go to Ivanhoe Grammar School, there is a good website!!
in Laos is sa-by-dea ka for females. For males is is sa-by-dea kap No. This is not correct! sa-by dea ka & sa-by dea kap is in thai. in lao is sabai dee. learn the differents. ATLao
Since 1975, the capital of Laos is Vientiane. Vientiane is the administrative capital and largest city ofLaos, N central Laos, on the Mekong River, c.130 mi (210 km)southeast of the former royal capital of Luang Prabang (aka Luang Phabang or Luang Phrabang ).
See website: Lao's Language dictionary Nuklang Means Gangster Khon means people So i guess Lao Gangstas
Laos is landlocked. So there are no oceans or anything like that. They have rivers. i.e. Kong River
copper, gold, zinc, tin, iron ore, molybdenum; crude petroleum and petroleum products, natural gas; coffee, potatoes, asparagus and other vegetables, fruit, apparel and textiles, fishmeal
The founder of Confucius and was the emperor for China who thought of legalism and Daoism.
Lt. Gen.Choummaly Sayasone. Laos' current president... The king's name of Laos is Phetsalad, he was the one who took the right of laos and said no to the french! I'm Laos by the way. :)
I think you can buy anywhere in Laos. I had some when I was in Vang Vieng :)
of course there are. there are at least a couple ghost in every stater/province. maybe you could try to google it
everything! laos' western border is made up by the mekong river, which forms a beautiful coastline especially at sunset. to the north are remote mountain areas which are popular for hikers in this area but be careful of unexploded ordanance; stay on the trails recommended by your map. I believe th…at the border of cambodia and laos is relatively flat with many ricefields. luang prabang is a word heritage city with wonderful temples and Buddhist and french influence. lastly, the people are very welcoming and humble. ( Full Answer )
No Laos is not cold. The weather is nice, bright and shine. it's warm almost all year round, cooler in December, January and February.
Lao Hsiang is not the name of a person. Lao Hsiang Tang is a place with a very small population in the state/region of Chiang Mai in Thailand. .
The Lao Kip is the official currency of Laos. It is not usable or exchangeable outside the Lao PDR (Laos). One old kip used to be divided into 100 At but as 1 new kip is worth so little (about 8,000 kips to 1 US dollar in 2013) the smallest banknote is 500 kips. However, even that has little purc…hasing power. Laos has no coins in circulation. Note denominations are 500, 1000, 2000, 5000, 10000, 20000, 50000 and 100,000 kips. See images and more information about the history of Lao currency and banking at http://www.retire-asia.com/lao-bank.shtml ( Full Answer )
Lao Tze (also Laozi, Lao Tzu) is the reputed author of the "Tao Te Ching" and founder of the Taoist religion in China. He is a somewhat mystical figure, thought to have been born around 600 BC.
Pi Mai Lao is Lao New Year (Pi Mai is a Lao word for New Year) which is the liveliest holiday of the year. It takes place around 13-15 th April, the hottest part of the year. The festival involves water plays and Buddhist ceremony. During the Pi Mai Laos most people go to temples (the more templ…es they can go the better) to wash Buddha images and get wet themselves. I think this website can will do a better job explaining it. ( Full Answer )
Rice, . All kinds of vegetable like spinach, cabbage, carrots, garlic, onions . Fruit, like bananas, oranges, pineapples, durian, jackfruit
Laos was originally part of the Khmer Empire. The region became a powerful Lao kingdom (14th-15th century) and was later incorporated into French Indochina in 1893. Laos gained its independence in 1953, but a Communist uprising soon drew the country into a civil war, and a Communist state was establ…ished in 1975. ( Full Answer )
There are no trams in Laos, only buses, but the Lao word for train is lot fai.
(lows, lah-ohs) Mountainous, landlocked republic in South Asia, bordered by Burma to the northwest, China to the northeast, Vietnam to the east, Cambodia to the south, and Thailand to the west. Its capital and largest city is Vientiane. . Part of French Indochina from 1893 to 1949, it was grante…d full sovereignty in 1954. . Civil war among communist and noncommunist factions in the 1950s and 1960s attracted extensive covert aid from the Soviet Union , China, and the United States. . During the Vietnam War , Vietnamese communists established the Ho Chin Min Trail through the remote mountains of Laos to channel troops and supplies from North Vietnam to South Vietnam. . The communist Pathet Lao, with long-standing close ties to the Vietnamese communists, have been in power since 1975. ( Full Answer )
The North Vietnamese and Viet Cong had been using Laos and Cambodia as a safe haven from which to attack Americans in South Vietnam. The North Vietnamese would cross from Laos into South Vietnam, attack, and then hurry back across the Laotian border when US forces started after them. Supply lines fr…om North Vietnam to its forces in the south also ran through Laos and Cambodia, just over the border from South Vietnam. The North Vietnamese knew the US would respect the border, so they did not. The Laotian and Cambodian governments were not powerful enough to halt this abuse of their territory. Its very similar to the situation in Afghanistan today, with enemy forces hiding out in Pakistan, just over the border, and crossing into Afghanistan to attack, then scurrying back over the border. ( Full Answer )
During the Vietnam War, a nuclear bomb was found and successfully defused by American special forces.
If you have the address you can easily mail a letter to anywhere, including to Laos. Write the address clearly, spacing it out the way it is written, then the post office will tell you the cost of a stamp.
petroleum and petroleum products, chemicals, plastics, machinery, vehicles, color TV sets, power shovels, front-end loaders, telephones and telecommunication equipment, iron and steel, wheat, corn, soybean products, paper, cotton, vaccines and medicines
After a period as a French protectorate it gained independence in 1949. So the nationality of Lao is Lao. - Moocats
Laos Vegas is one of the smaller communities in Laos. Near the southern border, Laos Vegas has a population of approximately 476 people and a robust agricultural economy. Unfortunately for American tourists, the majority of the population doesn't speak english.
According to the Laos 2005 census, 67% are Theravada Buddhist, 1.5% are Christian, and 31.5% are other or unspecified.
Answer . The " Plain of Jars" is home to nearly thousands of huge stone jars, each of which is large enough to hold a person. The largest jar weighs over six tons! Estimated at about 2,000 years old, the purpose of the jars along with their makers is still a mystery. Some experts believe they wer…e used in burial rituals. ( Full Answer )
The traditional greeting is to place your palms together, as if you were praying, with your figertip at about chin level. Give a slight bow of your head and say "Sabai Dee". This is Lao for "Hello".
A Kaan Lao is a musical instrument. It is made of wood and measures70 cm in height and 12 cm in width.
Laos is a very specific type of sea. It is the kind of sea that is actually land and usually called a landlocked country in Southeast Asia. (If you don't get the sarcasm, no.)
You can enter the Lao PDR (Laos) at border crossing points by road, rail, river, or by air from neighboring countries Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia and China. There are three international airports: Vientiane (capital), Luang Prabang and Pakse.
Vietnam is to the right of the country and Thailand and Cambodia lie on its left side.