Laos is a little country sandwiched in between Vietnam and Thailand. It’s home to 6.7 million people who speak French and Lao. 730,000 of those people live in Vientiane, Laos’ capital. The people of Laos are mainly Buddhist, but there is also a lot of Christian and Islam members. They thrive on agriculture. In fact, a recent survey shows that 80% of the population works in agriculture, and most of that is rice. The most common disease in Laos is Hepatitis E, which is transferred through food and water. Do NOT drink tap water there. Just don’t do it.
This is Vientiane, Laos’ capital.
I chose Laos because Mrs. Rhodehouse said it was pretty.
I hope to learn about the culture and religion in this country, and how it evolved into what it is now. I also wanna know what it looks like.
I’m also wondering if Laos is more or less developed.
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