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Message started by Mak Nad on 19th Jan, 2014 at 1:03pm

Title: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by Mak Nad on 19th Jan, 2014 at 1:03pm
Hi all. I'm new to this forum, so let me introduce myself. I'm 21 years old, born in America, but my mom is Lao, father is American. I can speak Lao, and I can also read and write it.

I want to go to Laos to get a traditional country girl wife, not a city type girl like the ones shown in the other threads.

I like Hmong girls especially because I think they are very beautiful. I've heard that Hmong girls are very good wives.

Does Lao law allow for foreigners to get married to Hmong girls? Are the laws different regarding Lao girls and Hmong girls? I also have Thai citizenship in addition to U.S. citizenship so I could take her across the border to Thailand and marry her there. I have my own place in Thailand where we could live together.

Can most Hmong girls speak Lao? I don't really speak Hmong but I am going to learn the language soon. If I can't get a Hmong girl then I will just get a regular Lao girl.

So anyways, about the paperwork, I can fill it out myself and I will not need an interpreter because I can read Lao..Lucky me..How hard do you think it will be to get a wife in Laos?

If I can't do that paperwork can I just take her across the border to Thailand and marry her there??

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by peterpan on 19th Jan, 2014 at 2:44pm
Holy amazing!

Here the legitimate marriage age is 22 for man.

The average marriage age is 27 for man.

You are toooooooooooo young! :laugh4


Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by ba dac on 19th Jan, 2014 at 3:58pm
You're kidding right ?  ;D

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by Mak Nad on 20th Jan, 2014 at 12:23am
No, why would you think I am kidding?

I'm not planning to get married right now. Maybe when I am 25 years old. But I want a traditional girl, not a city girl like the girls in the pictures posted on these forums.

I don't like Hi-So girls, they seem to be snobbish.

Why does everyone think Hi-So girls are the best?

It's the traditional girls that make the best wives.

Anyways, most Lao people get married very young in case you haven't noticed..

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by ba dac on 20th Jan, 2014 at 3:56pm
I have to agree with ya though.I think hmong girl are pretty cute.

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by CDN Lao lover on 25th Jan, 2014 at 12:47pm
If you're looking for a traditional Hmong/Lao wife why don't you come work/volunteer in the country for a while. That way you'll actually get to know someone.

Reading what you've written it sounds like all you want is a cook and a maid and it is cheaper to hire one of each of those than to get married.

There's a 12-step process to a foreigner marrying a Lao National, whether Hmong, Lao or any other ethnic group. You have to visit about 10 different departments with the correct paperwork. I know, I married one and it took 15 months for the whole process from the engagement party (where you ask the parents to marry and need the village chief's approval) to the actual receipt of the marriage approval.

My wife is in her late thirties and was never married. She wanted to do the whole process herself since dealing with government bureaucracy is what she does. You can pay a facilitator who will cost from $1500-$4000 (last I heard) but it will still take at least 12 months.

My wife and I were married in Canada first (July 2012) and didn't get the Lao Government approval until April 2013). Technically we were married in every country in the world except for the one where we live, Laos. It is illegal to cohabit when not married with fines up to $5000 if the police catch you.

If just want to find a wife, live in Thailand and take her away from her family than getting the Government's approval would not be necessary. If you know Hmong/Lao culture, family is very important. You will come to visit and you won't be able to "stay" (sleep together) under the same roof while you are here. The police, especially in the villages, know exactly what's happening at all times. One day, on one of these visits, your wife won't be able to leave the country, that is, if you've even been able to get her a passport since that requires the village chiefs approval.

Come to Lao and fall in love. Then go through the whole process. It will be worth it in the end.

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by ba dac on 25th Jan, 2014 at 4:43pm
Holy crap that's  alot of work.Just go to Vegas.

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by Mak Nad on 25th Jan, 2014 at 11:05pm
Thanks you for the reply CDN Lao lover. I am not looking for just a cook/maid and I'm sorry that it seemed that way.
What I mean is that I don't want a fake westernized Lao city girl that uses Twitter/Facebook and listens to stuff like Justin Bieber.

There's plenty of that in the West so why would I go halfway across the world just to get the same thing I could get at home but requiring more effort and money?  What I meant is that I want a REAL Lao/Hmong girl.

Of course I don't plan to separate her from her family, as I'm not a cruel guy. When I said the thing about taking her across the border that was only a last resort option in case nothing else worked out for us, not my primary goal.

Anyways, I really appreciate your response because it helped me out. I don't plan to get married for a long time anyways, because I'm still doing vocational training and I am currently 21 years old. I tried college and felt it wasn't for me so now I'm working on becoming a tradesman. But my dream has always been to marry a traditional SE Asian girl.

As for the comment about Vegas, I'd rather not. If I'm going to spend a lot of money and go to the other side of the world I want someone special that I cannot get in America. The thing I love about Southeast Asian girls is their unique culture and ways of life which differs from people in the West. Most of the urbanized new generation girls are not much different from westerners in their habits these days, that is why I want to make 100% sure that I am getting a REAL Hmong/Lao girl and not an impostor.

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by Mak Nad on 25th Jan, 2014 at 11:15pm
Also sorry for the horrible spelling. I'm using  Samsung phone with a  very tiny keypad.

I  already knew about the law barring foreigners from sleeping with Lao nationals. I considered the fact that it would be impossible to go back and visit her folks if I marry her outside Laos but it was just a last resort type of thought. How does one get work/volunteer in Laos if I may ask? I'm going to Laos this summer for just 2 months to visit. Maybe we could meet up. (If not then I'm OK with that too I just want to see most of the country)

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by CDN Lao lover on 26th Jan, 2014 at 8:54am
There are many NGOs in the country that accept interns. Here in Luang Prabang you can volunteer to teach English with Pencils of Promise or, if you're in trade school, there may be other groups that could use your experience. There are normally quite a few job openings for foreigners. Easier finding one when you are here.

I understand where you're coming from with the "city" girl attitude. You might see more of that in Vientiane but less so in Savannakhet, Pakse, and even here in Luang Prabang. Depending on your future plans (where you might want to settle) it could be a major culture shock marrying a village girl (for both of you).

My wife had spent 1 year in America on an internship and worked most of her life with foreigners. I say she's more western than Asian, but has retained the Asian characteristics you are looking for.

My wife works closely with the Hmong community throughout Lao and I haven't seen or heard much if they marry outside their community.

No problem meeting up when you come to visit. Just send me a note.   

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by peterpan on 26th Jan, 2014 at 9:46am
The village chief is very important. pay him lots of visits with tons of fancy stuff. ;D

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by ba dac on 26th Jan, 2014 at 11:30am

CDN Lao lover wrote on 26th Jan, 2014 at 8:54am:
There are many NGOs in the country that accept interns. Here in Luang Prabang you can volunteer to teach English with Pencils of Promise or, if you're in trade school, there may be other groups that could use your experience. There are normally quite a few job openings for foreigners. Easier finding one when you are here.

I understand where you're coming from with the "city" girl attitude. You might see more of that in Vientiane but less so in Savannakhet, Pakse, and even here in Luang Prabang. Depending on your future plans (where you might want to settle) it could be a major culture shock marrying a village girl (for both of you).

My wife had spent 1 year in America on an internship and worked most of her life with foreigners. I say she's more western than Asian, but has retained the Asian characteristics you are looking for.

My wife works closely with the Hmong community throughout Lao and I haven't seen or heard much if they marry outside their community.

No problem meeting up when you come to visit. Just send me a note.   


Hmm your wife spent 1 yrs in the western world and she more western.I spent my entire life here and i'm more proud
being Asian. Dude you smoking crack over there ?

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by peterpan on 26th Jan, 2014 at 11:35am
Why you are proud of be Asian? Born being Asian, then being Asian. Born being black, being black. Just let it be.

I am very proud I am still alive!!!
I am very sad I am still alive!!!

That is life.  :laugh4


ba dac wrote on 26th Jan, 2014 at 11:30am:

CDN Lao lover wrote on 26th Jan, 2014 at 8:54am:
There are many NGOs in the country that accept interns. Here in Luang Prabang you can volunteer to teach English with Pencils of Promise or, if you're in trade school, there may be other groups that could use your experience. There are normally quite a few job openings for foreigners. Easier finding one when you are here.

I understand where you're coming from with the "city" girl attitude. You might see more of that in Vientiane but less so in Savannakhet, Pakse, and even here in Luang Prabang. Depending on your future plans (where you might want to settle) it could be a major culture shock marrying a village girl (for both of you).

My wife had spent 1 year in America on an internship and worked most of her life with foreigners. I say she's more western than Asian, but has retained the Asian characteristics you are looking for.

My wife works closely with the Hmong community throughout Lao and I haven't seen or heard much if they marry outside their community.

No problem meeting up when you come to visit. Just send me a note.   


Hmm your wife spent 1 yrs in the western world and she more western.I spent my entire life here and i'm more proud
being Asian. Dude you smoking crack over there ?


Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by ba dac on 26th Jan, 2014 at 11:42am

peterpan wrote on 26th Jan, 2014 at 11:35am:
Why you are proud of be Asian? Born being Asian, then being Asian. Born being black, being black. Just let it be.

I am very proud I am still alive!!!
I am very sad I am still alive!!!

That is life.  :laugh4


ba dac wrote on 26th Jan, 2014 at 11:30am:

CDN Lao lover wrote on 26th Jan, 2014 at 8:54am:
There are many NGOs in the country that accept interns. Here in Luang Prabang you can volunteer to teach English with Pencils of Promise or, if you're in trade school, there may be other groups that could use your experience. There are normally quite a few job openings for foreigners. Easier finding one when you are here.

I understand where you're coming from with the "city" girl attitude. You might see more of that in Vientiane but less so in Savannakhet, Pakse, and even here in Luang Prabang. Depending on your future plans (where you might want to settle) it could be a major culture shock marrying a village girl (for both of you).

My wife had spent 1 year in America on an internship and worked most of her life with foreigners. I say she's more western than Asian, but has retained the Asian characteristics you are looking for.

My wife works closely with the Hmong community throughout Lao and I haven't seen or heard much if they marry outside their community.

No problem meeting up when you come to visit. Just send me a note.   


Hmm your wife spent 1 yrs in the western world and she more western.I spent my entire life here and i'm more proud
being Asian. Dude you smoking crack over there ?

;D  shut up peter you know what i mean.Yes i'm happy i'm
still breathing. I need a vacation too . Dammit

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by peterpan on 26th Jan, 2014 at 11:48am
Why not talk to your boss saying you will have a vacation. Then, enjoy your bachelorship in Vientiane fancy nightclub?

No vacation, it is very sad to live.  :laugh2


ba dac wrote on 26th Jan, 2014 at 11:42am:

peterpan wrote on 26th Jan, 2014 at 11:35am:
Why you are proud of be Asian? Born being Asian, then being Asian. Born being black, being black. Just let it be.

I am very proud I am still alive!!!
I am very sad I am still alive!!!

That is life.  :laugh4


ba dac wrote on 26th Jan, 2014 at 11:30am:

CDN Lao lover wrote on 26th Jan, 2014 at 8:54am:
There are many NGOs in the country that accept interns. Here in Luang Prabang you can volunteer to teach English with Pencils of Promise or, if you're in trade school, there may be other groups that could use your experience. There are normally quite a few job openings for foreigners. Easier finding one when you are here.

I understand where you're coming from with the "city" girl attitude. You might see more of that in Vientiane but less so in Savannakhet, Pakse, and even here in Luang Prabang. Depending on your future plans (where you might want to settle) it could be a major culture shock marrying a village girl (for both of you).

My wife had spent 1 year in America on an internship and worked most of her life with foreigners. I say she's more western than Asian, but has retained the Asian characteristics you are looking for.

My wife works closely with the Hmong community throughout Lao and I haven't seen or heard much if they marry outside their community.

No problem meeting up when you come to visit. Just send me a note.   


Hmm your wife spent 1 yrs in the western world and she more western.I spent my entire life here and i'm more proud
being Asian. Dude you smoking crack over there ?

;D  shut up peter you know what i mean.Yes i'm happy i'm
still breathing. I need a vacation too . Dammit


Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by Mak Nad on 26th Jan, 2014 at 11:53am
If I marry a Hmong girl I will definitely have BAD culture shock because I am not Hmong, I don't really speak Hmong (I learned a couple phrases) and I don't know what's appropriate to do in Hmong culture. One possible way to get around this would be to live with the Hmong people for several years and learn about their way of life. If they don't marry outside their own race, then that is very good on them for wanting to preserve their culture and legacy. I'm sure if I spoke their language I would be able to impress them and they might accept me as one of their own. Don't expect this with Thais, though. They will always call you "farang" this "farang" that no matter how much Thai you can speak, read or write.

If I marry a regular Lao girl I will not experience culture shock to the same degree. I might experience a little, but I have lived with Lao people before for several years and I can understand them better. I understand most Lao customs, though definitely not all. I guess I would have some "baby shocks" to deal with if I married a Lao girl.

Even though Thais seem very westernized/modernized their culture still remains, and anyone marrying them who is not familiar with Thai culture will also experience culture shock. I think this reigns true for all Asians, whether it be Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Thai, Lao or Hmong.

The tricky part is that what is acceptable to one group could be considered offensive to the next, so you have to change your act depending on who you talk to. Overall, it's a great learning experience to live with other cultures.

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by ba dac on 26th Jan, 2014 at 11:58am
So true,Money talk if you want to belong with the Thai $$$$.
jk . I dunno why you wanna get marry.Heck not me .Just gonna travel for a bit.

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by Mak Nad on 26th Jan, 2014 at 12:10pm
It is true. Thai society is a very materialistic society. Anyways, I don't want to get married right now, maybe when I'm 25-30. I just wanted to ask this question because I'm curious about the experiences of others.

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by ba dac on 26th Jan, 2014 at 2:20pm

Buk Nut wrote on 26th Jan, 2014 at 12:10pm:
It is true. Thai society is a very materialistic society. Anyways, I don't want to get married right now, maybe when I'm 25-30. I just wanted to ask this question because I'm curious about the experiences of others.


Go Vietnam heck i seen catalog where you can order bride from there. I heard some of these viet girl get married off
to South Korea and Japan.As a matter of fact.There was a story where this crazy dude stab this poor Viet wife. Google it. But hey that's another subject.

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by CDN Lao lover on 26th Jan, 2014 at 5:09pm
Yes ba dac, I make weekly runs to the Golden Triangle for some premium stuff. It makes reading idiotic comments bearable.

"Hmm your wife spent 1 yrs in the western world and she more western.I spent my entire life here and i'm more proud being Asian. Dude you smoking crack over there ?"

I have no idea what the relevancy of this is to what I wrote. She is probably one of the strongest supporter of Lao culture in the country. She's lived/worked in most of the provinces. She's not afraid to get in the government's face and also spends a lot of time living with the poorest of the poor trying to teach them how to help themselves.

She's more western in that she doesn't just sit around and complain but actually does something about injustice which is something most Lao or ASIAN people are afraid to do because of their preoccupation with "saving face".

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by TexasCowboy on 26th Jan, 2014 at 11:05pm
Oh she's more "Western" because she doesn't "sit around and complain" but actually does something? What about the fact that we have an entire generation in the United States who complains and rebels on facebook and twitter while the president of the United States drops bombs on helpless orphans in Waziristan? You crappity smacking idiot. Can you even write in Lao?

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by Mak Nad on 27th Jan, 2014 at 12:46am

ba dac wrote on 26th Jan, 2014 at 2:20pm:

Buk Nut wrote on 26th Jan, 2014 at 12:10pm:
It is true. Thai society is a very materialistic society. Anyways, I don't want to get married right now, maybe when I'm 25-30. I just wanted to ask this question because I'm curious about the experiences of others.


Go Vietnam heck i seen catalog where you can order bride from there. I heard some of these viet girl get married off
to South Korea and Japan.As a matter of fact.There was a story where this crazy dude stab this poor Viet wife. Google it. But hey that's another subject.


Oh, seems like a good idea. I would stab her too, but not with a knife. I would stab her in between the legs with this thing I have between my legs.

Vietnamese culture's good, because the women usually stay virgins until marriage, although I can't speak Vietnamese.
I don't like speaking English to Asian people, I prefer to speak their language to them. When you speak to them in English it feels you aren't really connecting to them as much as you could if you spoke their language. Maybe I could learn Vietnamese, it doesn't seem too hard.

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by ba dac on 27th Jan, 2014 at 11:32am
What the big deal on her being a virgin ? Vietnamese people
are cool .I had alot of good friends that viet. Their language
is French backward . That's what i been told.

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by Mak Nad on 27th Jan, 2014 at 11:45am
Marrying a virgin girl is very important in Vietnamese and other Asian cultures. Growing up in America maybe one couldn't understand how they think.
Every guy wants to be the first guy to enter her, not the second, third, fourth, fifth or hundredth  :'(

Although if she was previously married it would be ok if she's not a virgin. Depends how she lost it.

Innocence is a precious thing. Who wouldn't want an innocent wife? It makes all the difference to us men. I'm a family-loving guy and I think of the woman as being the mother figure in the home and not a hooker and such.

People say that if you love her it doesn't matter, but that's just an opinion. To each his own.

Anyways, for me it's important to be with a virgin girl, but I respect your opinions if you think otherwise.

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by ba dac on 27th Jan, 2014 at 12:23pm
I understand buddy. To me it wouldn't matter . When you look for someone to spent the rest of your life. Its hard
to judge a person just because they kept themselve pure
for ya. That mean she dedicated. I wish i can tell ya more.But i couldn't cause i'm not married.

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by Mak Nad on 27th Jan, 2014 at 12:56pm
How old are you? were you born in usa or Lao

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by ba dac on 27th Jan, 2014 at 2:49pm

CDN Lao lover wrote on 26th Jan, 2014 at 5:09pm:
Yes ba dac, I make weekly runs to the Golden Triangle for some premium stuff. It makes reading idiotic comments bearable.

"Hmm your wife spent 1 yrs in the western world and she more western.I spent my entire life here and i'm more proud being Asian. Dude you smoking crack over there ?"

I have no idea what the relevancy of this is to what I wrote. She is probably one of the strongest supporter of Lao culture in the country. She's lived/worked in most of the provinces. She's not afraid to get in the government's face and also spends a lot of time living with the poorest of the poor trying to teach them how to help themselves.

She's more western in that she doesn't just sit around and complain but actually does something about injustice which is something most Lao or ASIAN people are afraid to do because of their preoccupation with "saving face".



If she such supporter of Laos , why the hell she hook up with
your sorry ass. Maybe she saw an opportunity.Maybe green card out . Who knows , maybe she just as a skank as those
Thai hooker. You have to smoke good crap to read my comment cause you know its the truth. Sometime the truth
hurt . Couldn't cut it with the woman your own race ?
Maybe they more inform about how a pathetic loser that you are. The truth is your old lady just married your sorry
ass to show off that she can hook up with a farlang to show.Heck she prob just as much a loser as you are. :)

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by peterpan on 27th Jan, 2014 at 3:29pm
In Luang Prabang, there are a lot of foreign NGOs or companies representatives making improvements for local or nearby people by doing community projects or business. I think the famous one is German's GTZ, making a tons of scientific researchs and facilitating communications of local people to outside.

I do find foreigner's marriage with local people, still doing community improvements for locals.They are good too. I dont think these foreigners look down locals, some are keen to improve local living standards. They got married because it is time.  Of course, some foreigners stay there to become some sort of brokers between companies and government agencies or villages as I am often approached to bring talents to work there.

For me, there is no traditional girl to married. You love her, city girl or country gril, then comes marriage.

That is life!


Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by Mak Nad on 28th Jan, 2014 at 7:54am
yeah thats true, but I would find it hard to love a city girl because I dont like their lifestyle. Let me try to explain in depth for you to understand.

Urban city dwellers across the world are relatively similar because of globalization,  bringing international media, goods and values through consumerism, television and internet. Therefore, the only place where true local culture is kept preserved is in the countryside where people are sheltered from globalism and consumerism. Globalization and consumerism corrupt people like nothing else can do, just look at the government officials and the Hi-So class.

Generation Y no longer identifies as strongly with its own culture because it sees it as being "outdated," "not modern" and "bannok" (country, uncivilized) It is mostly the older people that strongly identify with the traditional culture and the younger generation is flowing into the city because of new infrastructure and pursuing higher education and abandoning their identities.

Because of the lack of infrastructure in Lao, people are able to continue their traditions and the young people do not throw it away like in other places such as Thailand. Even people my age, members of the new generation, will not be a part of "The facebook generation" because of their relative isolation from the modern world. This is a very hard thing to find and Lao is one of the few countries to have such a rare thing. That is why I said I will never, ever fall in love with a city girl.

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by peterpan on 29th Jan, 2014 at 8:56am
In plain words, you need to find a postletter girl in 5 or 7 years? not a facebook girl. ;D


Buk Nut wrote on 28th Jan, 2014 at 7:54am:
yeah thats true, but I would find it hard to love a city girl because I dont like their lifestyle. Let me try to explain in depth for you to understand.

Urban city dwellers across the world are relatively similar because of globalization,  bringing international media, goods and values through consumerism, television and internet. Therefore, the only place where true local culture is kept preserved is in the countryside where people are sheltered from globalism and consumerism. Globalization and consumerism corrupt people like nothing else can do, just look at the government officials and the Hi-So class.

Generation Y no longer identifies as strongly with its own culture because it sees it as being "outdated," "not modern" and "bannok" (country, uncivilized) It is mostly the older people that strongly identify with the traditional culture and the younger generation is flowing into the city because of new infrastructure and pursuing higher education and abandoning their identities.

Because of the lack of infrastructure in Lao, people are able to continue their traditions and the young people do not throw it away like in other places such as Thailand. Even people my age, members of the new generation, will not be a part of "The facebook generation" because of their relative isolation from the modern world. This is a very hard thing to find and Lao is one of the few countries to have such a rare thing. That is why I said I will never, ever fall in love with a city girl.


Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by Mak Nad on 29th Jan, 2014 at 9:56am
I don't think that's a fair comparison.

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by ba dac on 29th Jan, 2014 at 11:11pm
Even country girl want nice thing. Once in awhile they want to
Be treated like a princess . A night on the town. What you
Looking for doesn't exist anymore. The key to a successful marriage is find you and good person and a friend. In my humble opinion . Once you find that , then you aske her if she has a sister for me .   Lol

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by Mak Nad on 30th Jan, 2014 at 2:07am
Sure I could help you man. I think it does exist, haven't you seen in the rural areas? None of them follow the western ways. Also there are Akha and Hmongs, who preserve their own culture. If you say it doesn't exist you obviously haven't been into rural Laos. Sadly, not everyone wants to fight off the modern world and some people even embrace it, so for those that still want to hold onto the old ways, you must hurry before development sets in.

I don't think it's necessary that improved living conditions and more knowledge means one has to follow others and be a copy-cat, but for some reason people seem to think this way. If there was a way to stop the modern world from enroaching on our land, I would find it.

Unfortunately, economic development destroys this, and makes them all conform to the global trash-culture of speaking English, wearing jeans, and listening to K-pop.

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by ba dac on 30th Jan, 2014 at 10:29pm

Buk Nut wrote on 30th Jan, 2014 at 2:07am:
Sure I could help you man. I think it does exist, haven't you seen in the rural areas? None of them follow the western ways. Also there are Akha and Hmongs, who preserve their own culture. If you say it doesn't exist you obviously haven't been into rural Laos. Sadly, not everyone wants to fight off the modern world and some people even embrace it, so for those that still want to hold onto the old ways, you must hurry before development sets in.

I don't think it's necessary that improved living conditions and more knowledge means one has to follow others and be a copy-cat, but for some reason people seem to think this way. If there was a way to stop the modern world from enroaching on our land, I would find it.

Unfortunately, economic development destroys this, and makes them all conform to the global trash-culture of speaking English, wearing jeans, and listening to K-pop.


True,but you can't stop Modernization . I understand where you coming from. But as human being we all have need and want. Some want good food and others wants nice car, house , etc. it's just build in our DNA .  ;)

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by Mak Nad on 31st Jan, 2014 at 2:15am
Yeah true although the Akha and some other hill people have resisted modernization for centuries and refused to assimilate to the cultures around them. Although just recently the various governments of Southeast Asia have been trying to pressure them so hard to assimilate, also those sick Christian missionaries are stealing their children.

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by ba dac on 31st Jan, 2014 at 4:10am

Buk Nut wrote on 31st Jan, 2014 at 2:15am:
Yeah true although the Akha and some other hill people have resisted modernization for centuries and refused to assimilate to the cultures around them. Although just recently the various governments of Southeast Asia have been trying to pressure them so hard to assimilate, also those sick Christian missionaries are stealing their children.

Wtf say ain't so ,   Is this true admin ?

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by Mak Nad on 31st Jan, 2014 at 8:15am
It happens in northern thailand, look up "prisoners of a white god" on youtube. Its a video about the Akha http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2c5Xa5EOfuk

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by ba dac on 1st Feb, 2014 at 4:37am
Ok I watch 15 minute of this and I'm already piss off. These
Mothercrappity smacker using these children's as child labor. The old white guy look like a sex predator. Man I hope the government Thai or us look into this. This freaking bs.

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by Mak Nad on 1st Feb, 2014 at 5:20am
Please, the Thai government never cared about them or any other people besides Central Thais. The Thai government just see the hilltribes as a pest invading their great Thai land. Thai people discriminate so bad against all other Asian races except their holy Chinese emperor.

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by ba dac on 3rd Feb, 2014 at 11:42am
Man that really suc .I feel sorry for these childrens.

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by Mak Nad on 4th Feb, 2014 at 5:36am
Well, they are getting "better lives" (maybe except the ones that got nailed by old perverted priests) but they might as well no longer be Akhas. They don't speak their language anymore, they cannot relate to their own parents, and well, their whole identity has been altered. What are those schools doing except producing more non-free thinking, Central Thai speaking drones that they can control?

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by ba dac on 6th Feb, 2014 at 11:20am
I dunno bout getting a better life . Being away from their families and friends.I think they doing cause of free labor.
Did you see those people houses ? That's just pure child labor ,plain and simple.

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by Mak Nad on 6th Feb, 2014 at 1:58pm
They are basically dead already. I feel like if an Akha person can't speak Akha then their entire bloodline dies with them. So their life is just lived out not knowing who they even are.

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by peterpan on 7th Feb, 2014 at 9:46am
Seems you are not a facebook boy, rather a youtube boy.
:laugh4

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by ba dac on 7th Feb, 2014 at 11:21am
Naw , he just lost

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by Mak Nad on 8th Feb, 2014 at 9:28am
To each his own my friend.

I think I know exactly what I want in life. I'm more "on track" than most humans out there.

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by ba dac on 8th Feb, 2014 at 11:22am
Yea , I'm the same way.But unlike you I'm not ready to be tied down.lol

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by Mak Nad on 9th Feb, 2014 at 12:47am
I was just wondering though man, how old are u?

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by ba dac on 9th Feb, 2014 at 11:07am
I'll be 29 this yr.

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by Mak Nad on 9th Feb, 2014 at 11:28am
and you're from Pak Se? You ever been around Chong Mek? I've been there before.

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by TexasCowboy on 9th Feb, 2014 at 7:45pm
ba dac you're from Pakse? It's my favorite town in Lao!

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by Mak Nad on 10th Feb, 2014 at 3:13am
TexasCowboy I will be in Pakse later this month is there anything you recommend seeing/doing? Also are you in Lao right now? Ill be in SE Asia for almost 3 months I just wanna see every part of Lao

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by peterpan on 10th Feb, 2014 at 10:44am
Young and Beautiful and energetic.


ba dac wrote on 9th Feb, 2014 at 11:07am:
I'll be 29 this yr.


Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by ba dac on 10th Feb, 2014 at 11:07am

TexasCowboy wrote on 9th Feb, 2014 at 7:45pm:
ba dac you're from Pakse? It's my favorite town in Lao!


Yea, i was born there .

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by ba dac on 10th Feb, 2014 at 11:09am
Man you guys must be having a awesome time.When i'm not so bsy from work .I'll find some time to enjoy.

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by Mak Nad on 10th Feb, 2014 at 11:20am
What do you do for work? You ever think about relocating to Laos temporarily to work there? I want to work, save up some money and travel more.


Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by ba dac on 10th Feb, 2014 at 11:26am
I'm a telecommunication specialist for a big company here in the US.Didn't want to say the name.But the biggest.We have some branches in SIngapore .I haven't really got fed
up here in the state yet to make that kinda move.If i do move it would be a final one.I was thinking the northern part
of Thailand.Have a little business or something.I just don't trust the Laos goverment very much.You know what i mean ?

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by Mak Nad on 10th Feb, 2014 at 11:28am
yeah man I actually own some property in Northeast Thailand. If you want to try and do business together someday maybe we could talk. PM me instead btw..I got nothing right now though, no business opportunities, just to let you know. I haven't even finished my studies yet.

anyways, Northeastern Thai people are basically the same as Lao people but more modernized

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by ba dac on 10th Feb, 2014 at 11:35am
Yea, I like the slow living pace. Just something to do when i'm not drinking or just to have a place to chill.lol the only
reason why i still around here cause of my mom.I take care
of her financially.But she stay at her own house.When they
get old they get more stubborn.Doesn't want to move in with any of her kids.So i stay so i can watch over her.

Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by peterpan on 10th Feb, 2014 at 11:54am
Travel more before get married. That is so nice.


Buk Nut wrote on 10th Feb, 2014 at 11:20am:
What do you do for work? You ever think about relocating to Laos temporarily to work there? I want to work, save up some money and travel more.


Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by peterpan on 10th Feb, 2014 at 11:57am
I stayed in Khon Kaen for 3 months, Nakhon Phanom 2 weeks. I love northeast Thai. Recently, my friend went to Nakhon Phanom, great changes and new shopping malls coming out.


Buk Nut wrote on 10th Feb, 2014 at 11:28am:
yeah man I actually own some property in Northeast Thailand. If you want to try and do business together someday maybe we could talk. PM me instead btw..I got nothing right now though, no business opportunities, just to let you know. I haven't even finished my studies yet.

anyways, Northeastern Thai people are basically the same as Lao people but more modernized


Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by peterpan on 10th Feb, 2014 at 11:59am
Who not Chiang Rai, slow and peaceful. we can be neighbors.


ba dac wrote on 10th Feb, 2014 at 11:26am:
I'm a telecommunication specialist for a big company here in the US.Didn't want to say the name.But the biggest.We have some branches in SIngapore .I haven't really got fed
up here in the state yet to make that kinda move.If i do move it would be a final one.I was thinking the northern part
of Thailand.Have a little business or something.I just don't trust the Laos goverment very much.You know what i mean ?


Title: Re: Looking for traditional Lao/Hmong girl for marriage
Post by ba dac on 11th Feb, 2014 at 11:17am

peterpan wrote on 10th Feb, 2014 at 11:59am:
Who not Chiang Rai, slow and peaceful. we can be neighbors.


ba dac wrote on 10th Feb, 2014 at 11:26am:
I'm a telecommunication specialist for a big company here in the US.Didn't want to say the name.But the biggest.We have some branches in SIngapore .I haven't really got fed
up here in the state yet to make that kinda move.If i do move it would be a final one.I was thinking the northern part
of Thailand.Have a little business or something.I just don't trust the Laos goverment very much.You know what i mean ?


We def would be friends Peter. Plus drink some cold Lao beer.

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