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International Mekong River Development Project (Mekong River Commission) Handbook By IBP USA
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International Mekong River Development Project (Mekong River Commission) Handbook
International Mekong River Development Project (Mekong River Commission) Handbook By IBP USA
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International Mekong River Development Project (Mekong River Commission) Handbook
Mekong: The Riverine War By John Cowart
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Jerry Michaels and his navy buddies fight the Communists on the Mekong River in Vietnam. When he tries to remove a Viet Cong flag that flies defiantly on a buoy in the middle of the river, he sets... More > off a booby-trap that blows his boat apart and kills his friends. Having survived the hell of Vietnam, he struggles with post-traumatic stress syndrome and his guilt and slides into a deeper personal hell until he finds himself back in Vietnam with a chance to save his friends and undo the past. Explicit Adult Content< Less
rivative: River Atlas By nik sin
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Collection of base maps on large river basins. Volume I. Mekong, Ganges - Brahmaputra, Nile, and Congo rivers. Digital images and maps can be changed, used and re-used, but with proper attribution.... More > ©2012, rivative. Each river system is mapped using basic themes as: elevation, nightlights, Blue Marble satellite imagery, and a 3D anaglyph (red/cyan glasses required)< Less
Of Silk and Water: Images of Laos By gary geboy
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"Of Silk and Water: Images of Laos" is a photographic sojourn through one of Southeast Asia's most beautiful countries - its monks, temples, rivers and the enigmatic Plain of Jars. The... More > images are fleeting and timeless all at once -- a meditation on a landscape foreign to the western eye. For a preview of the photographs visit my web site garygeboyprints.com.< Less
Of Silk and Water: Images of Laos By gary geboy
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"Of Silk and Water: Images of Laos" is a photographic sojourn through one of Southeast Asia's most beautiful countries - its monks, temples, rivers and the enigmatic Plain of Jars. The... More > images are fleeting and timeless all at once -- a meditation on a landscape foreign to the western eye. For a preview of the photographs visit my web site garygeboyprints.com.< Less
Cambodia and Laos By Alexander Kalashnikov
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Photosets of Cambodia and Laos. Temple ruins, Mekong river views and some sights of local life
Harvest of a Quiet Eye By Craig Stevaux
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As if in some kind of karmic joke, newly assigned Peace Corps volunteer and Vietnam War opponent, Malcolm Jossogne, arrives in Udon, Thailand in 1970 to find this once quiet, upcountry town has been... More > transformed into a vulgar shantytown of massage parlors, strip joints, bowling alleys, and neon-lit nights by the presence of thousands of American soldiers. Streets that once carried bicycles are now choked with caravans of honking blue taxis only American soldiers can afford. Bars and brothels outnumber Buddhist temples. Where saffron-robed Theravada monks once padded in silent contemplation, Led Zeppelin and Three Dog Night now blast from the doorways of GI bars, and drunken Americans on all fours vomit into the gutters. Grotesque imitation of American fashion, customs, and vices induces a cultural schizophrenia. Nearer to Hanoi than Bangkok, Udon is strategic to the U.S. military as it prosecutes the war. But it’s also here that Malcolm is to meet a Thai girl, “the other half of his flesh.”< Less
Harvest of a Quiet Eye By Craig Stevaux
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Praise for HARVEST OF A QUIET EYE— “. . .the charm of Craig Stevaux’s tale lies in the lyrical recounting of how a newly arrived farang becomes accustomed to, and learns to love,... More > the way Thais walk, talk and think, in keeping with Thai customs, culture, proverbs and the Buddhist Path.” —THE UGLY AMERICAN BOOK CLUB— In this poignant tale and unlikely love story, newly-assigned Peace Corps volunteer and Vietnam War opponent, Malcolm Jossogne, arrives in Udon, Thailand to find a once quiet, upcountry town transformed by the presence of thousands of American soldiers into a vulgar shantytown of massage parlors, strip joints, bowling alleys, and neon-lit nights where bars and brothels outnumber Buddhist temples. Where saffron-robed monks once padded in silent contemplation, Led Zeppelin now blasts from the doorways of GI bars, and drunken Americans on all fours vomit into the gutters. But it’s here in this unlikely setting that Malcolm meets a Thai girl, “the other half of his flesh.”< Less
Cambodia Roads By Amy Stamp
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Cambodian roads give the chance to photography interesting and exotic areas. The beauty of Cambodia is unbounded with the Mekong River and the beautiful rice fields and people.

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