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Post-war Laos: The Politics of Culture, History and Identity

Post-war Laos : The Politics of Culture, History and Identity

By (author) Vatthana Pholsena More than a quarter of century after the end of the war in 1975, the Lao leadership is still in search for a compelling nationalist narration. 611 more words

Laos: Books & Publications

Progress Made, Progress Needed

The Pew Research Center recently released data that relate the increase in the number of Hispanics enrolling in college (see Fig. 1 from Pew below). 327 more words

More Than 100 Chinese Muslims Have Joined the Islamic State

by Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian / July 21, 2016/ ChinaFile

Chinese state-backed media has claimed that 300 Chinese Muslims are fighting with the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, and authorities have… 485 more words

China Society And Culture

Gambling Disorder and Minority Populations: Prevalence and Risk Factors

Okuda, M., Liu, W., Cisewski, J. A., Segura, L., Storr, C. L., & Martins, S. S.

Previous studies demonstrate disparities in health and health services including gambling disorders (GD) among ethnic and racial minority groups. 155 more words

Gambling Disorder

Trends in Courtship, Marriage and Sex in Southwest China

Written by Gary Sigley.

The People’s Republic of China is not only the world’s most populous country, but also one of its most ethnically and culturally diverse. 1,056 more words


Yunnan, the Most Beautiful Province in China

Yunnan is a southwest province in China, situated in a mountainous area. It’s about 394,000 km2, almost as big as Italy. The province contains many different cultures not only because about 34 percent of its total population is ethnic minorities, but also because the province borders Vietnam, Laos and Burma. 329 more words

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