Successful Startups: How They Did It

The women behind three of New York's hottest startups offer their insight and answer your questions.

This panel is free, with a recommended donation to Give Children A Choice.

Our thanks to Elizabeth Trotta.

 

Reflections on Laos, the Secret War and Unexploded Ordinance

Reflections on Laos, the Secret War and Unexploded Ordnance
Clarissa Coburn, 11th grade Laguna Blanca School

Clarissa Cobur

Give Children A Choice to Bring Vitamins to Xieng Khouang Children

 

01-28-2010

Give Children A Choice to Bring Vitamins to Xieng Khouang Children

Vannasone Keodara

1,000 Peace Cranes Fly from the USA to Lao PDR

In Japanese folklore, the folding and presenting of 1,000 origami cranes signifies long life and happiness.

Laguna Blanca Students Support Lao UXO Victim's Children April 2012

Originally written on April 2, 2012.

Barbara and I were very fortunate (and we thank our good friend Fred Branfman for the introduction) to have met Ms. Alethea Paradis. She's an attorney, turned teacher, turned entrepreneur who started a tour company, called Friendship Tours World Travel. It offers experiential and community involvement tours to countries of former adversaries*. This is her first tour to Laos.

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