Here is a video by vailmedia of the July 4th event at Wat Lao Buddhavong. I had a great seat in front, as I was watching the video, it's funny that I spot myself. Here are 2 screen shots from the video, I'm at the bottom right hand corner wearing a brown blouse. 🙂 This… Continue reading The Annual Festival at Wat Lao Buddhavong by Vailmedia
This is our fourth year attending the July 4th celebration at Wat Lao Buddhavong, and my first year able to do videos of the event. Video clips take up a lot of memory that I had to shoot sparingly and it also meant taking less photos this year. According to our Buddhist belief, Tuk Badt… Continue reading The 31st Anniversary Celebration at Wat Lao Buddhavong July 3-4, 2010
The best time to photograph lotus and water lily is early morning when the buds first open, and my schedules on Saturday and Sunday morning were so hectic that I took these photos on both days while I was waiting for my dad and sisters. The floating gazebo adds a visual interest to the pond.… Continue reading Lotus and Water Lilies at Wat Lao Buddhavong July 3, 2010
This is my favorite Lao Classical Dance performance and the music is hard to come by.
Please correct me if I'm wrong, I believe the name of the band is the Sikhottaboun Band. This is a treat that the whole band was there, the music has a nice beat and the dancer danced so well with the beat, sorry no photo for this post.
This is one of my favorite performances, the ladies danced harmoniously with poise and grace, absolutely beautiful. I was very fortunate to have sat in the the front row.
The Kean is a Lao music, for some of us it might be unheard of that this used to be the instrument of choice in courtship rituals. It was commonly used by a young man to serenade by playing the Kean music. The Kean is still a part of our Lao tradition, it is often… Continue reading Kean Lao Demonstration at Wat Lao Buddhavong July 3, 2010
Forn Mou or Group Dance is a Lao Classical Dance by young performers at Wat Lao Buddhavong.
One of my favorite performers were the Lao classical dancers. This one is a Champa Muang Lao dance and I will post more photos and video clips.
Another year of July 4th celebration at Wat Lao Buddhavong. I have to say that the crowd was a lot thinner this year than last year but the entertainment department was packed with great performers. A Louk Toung (country music) singer from Thailand, Mike Piromporn was the highlight of the show and it was a… Continue reading Mike Piromporn Concert at Wat Lao Buddhavong July 3, 2010