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These are the places where you can see young Lao people enjoying themselves to the full.
By contrast, family celebrations (except for formal wedding receptions for the wealthy) are almost always held at home with the extended family, friends and neighbours and their friends, accompanied by extremely loud blasting pop and traditional music, recorded and live.
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isit some of the above places and mixing with the local crowd.
A high proportion of these go to clubs several times per week not only to enjoy the company of their friends, but also in the hope of finding customers for sex, preferably farang (foreigners) who are always expected to have money.
There are a few public swimming pools apart from those of the better hotels; there are some bowling alleys, numerous fitness centres, cinema complex at Lao ITECC, Hash House Harriers and a few assorted social and sports clubs including rugby.
There are many 'short time' guesthouses and hotels (they call them love hotels in Japan) and hotels scattered around the country catering primarily to this trade as well as 'normal' overnight guests. Sadly, it's the easiest and most lucrative form of regular income for young Lao (and Thai), and this is how many of them support their families. Living at home and going out at night to sell their bodies is an easy option, with far greater income potential and little stigma among their peers.
Babies and young children are often at home, being taken care of by parents or grandparents. Like their parents (and school teachers for that matter) are mostly badly educated, with few real skills. The families turn a blind eye, sex is never discussed openly of course, and everyone 'saves face'.
Karaoke is everywhere.college and university students as well as the many unemployed being supported by the family (another strong Lao tradition).
Most will have money enough to buy a couple of drinks. Local families often rely on regular support from relatives living overseas, mainly in the USA; this seems to give many young Vientiane people little incentive to work or even consider looking for jobs.
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