Series: The Literary Heritage of Laos Conference Papers

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Lao Manuscripts and Traditional Literature: The struggle for their survival [PDF] by Harold Hundius1
Surveying and Preserving Documents in Dehong, Yunnan, China [PDF] by Christian Daniels25
A Historical Approach to the Palm-leaf Manuscripts Preserved in Wat Mahathat, Yasothon, Thailand [PDF] by Akiko Iijima26
The Preservation and Transmission of Manuscripts in Cambodia [PDF] by Olivier de Bernon27
The Diffusion of Lao Scripts [PDF] by Michel Lorrillard28
Notes on the Lao Influence on Northern Thai Buddhist Literature [PDF] by Justin McDaniel29
Analytical Study of the Attapu Chronicle [PDF] by Sommai Premchit30
The Socio-political and Administrative Organisation of Müang in the Light of Lao Historical Manuscripts [PDF] by Jana Raendchen31
Disseminating and Bringing to Life Traditional Thai/Lao Folk Literature among the Younger Generation [PDF] by Wajuppa Tossa32

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