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The Lao Lom (Thai: ลาวหล่ม, pronounced [lāːw lòm]), also called Tai Lom (ไทหล่ม, pronounced [tʰāj lòm]) or Tai Loei (ไทเลย, pronounced [tʰāj lɤ̄ːj]), are an ethnic group in Thailand and Laos. They should not be confused with the Lao Loum (lowland Lao), who make up approximately 69% of the population of Laos.
The Lao Lom are known for a social way of life.
- Public Space in Tai-Loei Communities: The Study of Socio-spatial Process[permanent dead link]
- Impacts of Land and Forestland Allocation Policy on Livelihood in the Lao PDR: A case study of Pha-oudom District, Bokeo Province[permanent dead link]