One probably ask… Who and what is the meaning of “Seeharhed”?  See is my name… Harhed simply mean searching for the root of problems… or looking for problems in lao.


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  1. Carl

    Thank you for the comment on my blog entry regarding The Betrayal movie. I look forward to reading your blog, as well, and that curry recipe up front looks fantastic!

  2. JoJo

    Sabaidee Seeharhed,

    Thanks for sending me a message. You’re my first comment from someone who’s not a friend or a friend of a friend. Very exciting!

    It’s not really a recipe but I love going out for sindad. It’s delicious and so much fun.

    New blog post coming this week. Watch for it.


    1. seeharhed Post author

      Lisa McKay,

      You’re welcome and also thank you for stopping by my blog. Hope you enjoy your stays in Luangprabang, I really miss that town. I can’t get enough of that town and it is been awhile since the last time I was there.

    1. seeharhed Post author


      Sorry, I’ve been away for few weeks and finally got around to check my blog. Yes, you may reproduce my post and please link me the site afterward.

      Thanks for stopping by.

  3. Michelle

    Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting – it’s great to see that more than just my parents are reading 🙂

    I’ve been clicking through yours and it’s fantastic to see what the Lao community in America looks like. I’m not Lao, but I have a feeling I’m not going to be able to forget this place any time soon after I leave it — so it’s good to know that communities exist!

    1. seeharhed Post author

      Your welcome, Michelle.
      I stumble upon your page on all the blogs tagged in Laos. It is always fascinating to read stories of foreigner spending part of their life in Laos. I was born in Laos, but left at every young age after the war. I truly miss Laos, I been trying to get back there as often as I can.

      Thanks for stopping by.

  4. stickyrice.info

    Hello Seeharhed, I just discovered your blog through Nye’s and I think its excellent!! I love reading blogs about Laos and Lao food and culture, so I’m going to really enjoy reading and following your blog! Thank you for sharing your insights! Btw, can you please tell me what bridge that is in the banner at the top of your site. Also, where was it taken? It’s a very beautiful photo! 🙂

    1. seeharhed

      Sabaidee Stickyrice,
      First of all, thank you for stopping by. I’m glad you enjoy reading stuffs about Laos as much as I do. I’ll be posting more stuffs about my recent trip back to the motherland soon.
      That is a picture of Golden Gate Bridge, it was taken from Crissy Field on a over cast day. Kob Jai Der!!!


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