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To China!

Elise Emil,Life Along the Mekong Semester, Spring 2013

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Hello from Luang Prabang! 
As I sit here in my favorite internet cafe watching the Mekong roll past, I can't believe how quickly our time in Laos has gone by. It seems like a week ago that we arrived in Baen Xiang Man and met our homestay families. We had the homestay draft as we call it and off we went. I followed my host sister through the village not knowing where we were heading but knowing that I would walk this same path for three weeks. My host sister, Joy was much shorter than me, (which is quite a feat) and wonderful! She worked at the Ministery of Education and lived about as far out of the village as you could get. At first the walk to and from 'school' at Som's house seemed to take forever, but soon I began to recognize things. First there was the little store right outside of my house where my neighbor sold the best iced coffee in the village. Then there was the strech of road with the banana trees and sugarcane, then the house with the sweet old woman who sat by the door and watched the world go by. Then my devilish niece, Nam Pet's, house, as well as Louisa and Jacky's neighborhood. Next the road changed from red dirt to neatly paved. Sarah and Neel's neighborhood, right across the street from the village wat where a black and white spotted dog slept on the stairs. Then past Elise's yellow house and the barber shop and the store with the coffee candies. Then past Jesse's house, then Hillary's then onto Kat's porch with her huge extened family and Noodle-Pooch, our favorite Lao puppy! Then to Som's house, yellow and welcoming. The primary school across the street was always busy and it was always wonderful to be caught up in the waves of children coming home for lunch!
 I really felt at home in the village, I would greet neighbors with a smile and always got smiles in return. I got to know my family, my Poh who puttered around our spacious tiled house during the day, alternating between making tapioca desserts to sell and watching Thai soap operas. My sister who sold desserts and other snacks at the market, getting up at 2 or 3 am each morning to package them and bring them across the river in woven baskets. I was lucky enough to help her out a few times in the mornings. I loved getting to help my sister Wang fold sticky rice into banana leaves to sell. It looks simple, but was difficult at the beginning. Despite many failed attempts she let me continue and by the end I wasn't too bad at folding them. 
I got to know my famiy and my nieces, Nam Pet and Sala well and will miss spending time with them. Nam Pet is five but tells everyone that she is four years old. Her name means Water Spice and it suits her well. I spent most of my time following her around- she would say Magwee and make a motioning gesture and she would lead me around. She loved looking at the photos I brought from home and would let me know that it was time for me to walk her home by saying, "Nam Pet Go Home." Sala was two years old and adorable! She was scared of me at first, but by the end of our time together she wouldn't let go of my hand and would hug me or crawl into my lap and play with my hair. 
Though leaving them was sad and I know I will be missing village life in the next few weeks, as I sit here, immersed in the chaos and celebration of the Laos New Year in Luang Prabang, I know that I have a family on the other side of the river. So it's goodbye for now, but not forever.  

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Homestays and the New Year!

Marguerite Wiser,Life Along the Mekong Semester, Spring 2013

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Hello from Luang Prabang! As I sit here in my favorite internet cafe watching the Mekong roll past, I can’t believe how quickly our time in Laos has gone by. It seems like a week ago that we arrived in Baen Xiang Man and met our homestay families. We had the homestay draft as we call […]

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04/14/13

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Marguerite Wiser

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Ban Xieng Man Life

Sarah England,Life Along the Mekong Semester, Spring 2013

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04/13/13

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Sarah England

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Water Play Photos!

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Team Mekong: A Laos Homestay

Sages,Life Along the Mekong Semester, Spring 2013

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Water Play Photos!

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More photos to enjoy!

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Sages,Life Along the Mekong Semester, Spring 2013

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More photos to enjoy!

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Sages

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We've attached a few recent photos of our time in Laos: our visit to pottery village, the Basi ceremnoy, and a few group shots. Enjoy!

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Team Mekong: A Laos Homestay III

Sages,Life Along the Mekong Semester, Spring 2013

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We’ve attached a few recent photos of our time in Laos: our visit to pottery village, the Basi ceremnoy, and a few group shots. Enjoy!

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Team Mekong: A Laos Homestay IV

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I am just a parent reading your Yaks, not fully aware of exactly what you are learning on your wonderful trip but I do want to react to the commentary and tone of a couple of your recent posts. Since most of you probably have not had an extensive course on the Vietnam War yet, I am going to urge you to come home and really study the facts – the history and the economics of the region -- before you come to any conclusions about American involvement in the war. 


It might interest you to know that thousands of unexploded WWII munitions are still discovered each year in Germany.  One, a 500lb American bomb, was discovered in Munich as recently as August, 2012.  When it was deemed too dangerous to move and intentionally detonated by experts, windows were shattered for several blocks and nearby homes suffered severe structural damage.  Much of Europe is still littered with these dangerous reminders of war and yet, we don’t feel guilty about fighting Hitler and the Nazis.


When North Vietnam carried the war into Laos and Cambodia by establishing supply depots and rest areas for troops, neither country was strong enough militarily to dislodge its invaders. Many neutral citizens were pressed into service along the supply line without their consent.  Those sites were bombed in order to protect American troops and American allies (not out of any desire to hurt Laotians or Cambodians).  But the bombs that didn’t explode will continue to present a threat to civilians for many years to come, just as unexploded WWII munitions continue to threaten Europeans.  These unfortunate consequences of war date back as far as battlefields with unexploded cannon balls, and the problems posed by unexploded munitions extend to Europe, the Middle East, the Far East, Africa and beyond.  They are cause for sadness, but not for guilt.


It is comforting to know that your natural compassion allows you – indeed, causes you - to feel sympathy for the misfortunes of others, at home or abroad.  You must guard, however, against those who would attempt to manipulate your feelings by displaying images without any historical context and then attempting to assign blame or encouraging you to do so.  Much about the Vietnam War remains controversial; the damage was, and is, very real.  But do not be eager to assume a guilt that is not yours – America’s enemies in that war certainly did not hold the moral high ground.

 


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Something to Ponder

Clark Maas Family,Life Along the Mekong Semester, Spring 2013

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I am just a parent reading your Yaks, not fully aware of exactly what you are learning on your wonderful trip but I do want to react to the commentary and tone of a couple of your recent posts. Since most of you probably have not had an extensive course on the Vietnam War yet, […]

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04/12/13

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Clark Maas Family

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The temperature seems to rise by the day here in Northern Laos as we are wrapping up our three-week long homestay in Ban Xieng Men. In the coming days, we will be celebrating the 2,556 Lao new year with our families while continuously being showered upon with bucket of water in the street.
 
Team Mekong's second X-Phase was a smashing success. Each student taught a lesson to the rest of the group and in the process gained much insight into their respective topics and the nuances of lesson planning. For many of our students, teaching was a new experience. They each received feedback from their peers and the sages so that they could build upon what they had already put together. Our days were colorful and covered many spectrum from discussion on human rights to hilarious improv session, from meditation to pottery village visit, from temple cleaning service project to lesson on unexploded ordnance  and the list goes on. Team Mekong did especially an excellent job by concluding the X-Phase with a heart-opening evening ceremony on a floating dock. We bonded further as a group over candles and candid sharing of ourselves.
 
On April 16th, we will say goodbye to the people that have became our families here in Laos and the routines that we have settled into. Our journey is taking us back on the road to China, where we will spend the final four weeks of the course. Our first landing spot is the city of Jinghong, in Southern Yunnan Province and the capital of the Xishuangbanna Dai Autonomous Prefecture. In the few days we are there, we will begin to familiarize ourselves with Chinese customs and language, while also utilizing the resources there for the students to effectively plan out their final X-Phase.

Life on the road will inevitably bring us many challenges in the coming weeks. The province of Yunnan is vast in size and rich in ethnic minorities. Team Mekong is healthy, united, and looking forward to the adventures ahead in the Middle Kingdom. As currently projected, we will arrive in Kunming only at the very end of our course. Our exact itinerary will be in the hands of this very capable group of young and inspired travelers. Once they have the plans figured out, we will make certain that they share it here with all our loved ones.

For now, the time calls for a celebration!
From the banks of the Mekong,
Team Mekong, Spring 2013
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Laos New Year and China in Sight

Mekong Sages,Life Along the Mekong Semester, Spring 2013

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The temperature seems to rise by the day here in Northern Laos as we are wrapping up our three-week long homestay in Ban Xieng Men. In the coming days, we will be celebrating the 2,556 Lao new year with our families while continuously being showered upon with bucket of water in the street.   Team […]

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04/11/13

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Mekong Sages

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So for the past week our group has been on X-Phase. For those of you not down with the Dragons Lingo, X-Phase is a period of time when the students take over the planning and execution of the trip. Earlier in the trip our X-Phase entailed taking a boat from Phnom Pehn to Kratie and then getting to the Laos boarder. This X-Phase was a bit different, as we are all comforatablly situatied with our homestay families. We didn't need to go anywhere physically for this X-Phase, instead we each taught classes to the group about things we are intersted in. 

For my class I taught about the Myers Briggs Test, and how we can use it to better understand one another in the group. The test itself was abreviated to make it possible to be taught in the community space of the village, without internet access. The test aims to show how you respond social stimulation, make descisions and view the world around you. The results are in the form of a 4-letter personaily type. Each letter shows a dominant trait of either Extroversion or Interversion, Sensing or Intuiton, Feeling or Thinking, Judging or Perceving. It was really intersting to see how different and similar everyone was as far as results. Hopefully it will help us to undrstand each other better!  

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Personality Tests!

Marguerite Wiser,Life Along the Mekong Semester, Spring 2013

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So for the past week our group has been on X-Phase. For those of you not down with the Dragons Lingo, X-Phase is a period of time when the students take over the planning and execution of the trip. Earlier in the trip our X-Phase entailed taking a boat from Phnom Pehn to Kratie and […]

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04/8/13

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Marguerite Wiser

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