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Posted by on Feb 9, 2019 in Education, Hmong News, Hmong USA, Hmong Wisconsin, Journalism, News, Opinion, Politics | 0 comments

TIME

Part: 1 1989: Two Hmong teenagers died at the hands of a police officer in Grove Heights, Minnesota: The families of Thai Yang and Ba See Lor immigrated to the United States in hopes of searching for a new life.  They began a new hope in America hoping to escape the fighting that took place in Southeast Asia.  Thai Yang’s and Ba See Lor’s families buried them at the age of 13 in the year 1989 as a result of a police shooting.  The police officer, Kenneth Murphy, shot and killed the two young men as they ran away from a stolen car.  Thai and...

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Hauv Tshuaj Iab The Poisoned Mind

Posted by on Feb 8, 2019 in Author/Writer, Books, E-Books, Hmong Other, Hmong USA | 0 comments

Hauv Tshuaj Iab The Poisoned Mind

Txheej- Part I: Kob Nag Daj “Hu ntuj hu teb pab, thov ntuj thov teb pov, hu niam hu txiv ua kaus tooj kaus hlau roos, hu pog hu yawg ua kaus tooj kaus hlau thaiv, hu poj yawm txwv txoob hu poj koob yawm txwv pov puag, muab siav ciaj pauv siav tuag. Nyob nrog kua muag iab quaj xyaw kua muag daw, lub kua muag poob li lwg dej teev li lwg ntshav. Noj qos hmab ntxuag qos coom, noj pob tsawb ntxuag pob ntoos. Pw qab zeb nkaum qab ca, muab dej ua kev taug, muab toj zeb toj tsuas ua tsev tsuj tsev npuag nyob, muab zoov nuj txeeg sib qiv nrog nas nrog...

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The Hmong New Year: Celebrated in Excess

Posted by on Nov 9, 2018 in Community, Community Profiles, Current Issues, Education, Hmong News, Hmong USA, Hmong Wisconsin, Leader, News, Opinion, Politics | 1 comment

The Hmong New Year: Celebrated in Excess

In the midst of “Hmong  New Year” celebrations, it is good timing that we take a critical look at some of the hidden intentions behind them.  The Hmong New Year is a time of julibent celebrations, a time when everyone pauses their lives and gives thought to the past year’s hard work and celebrates what has been accomplished.  The Hmong New Year traditionally is celebrated after the final harvest, a time that gives signal to reflect, refresh and begin an emblem in a new year waiting to be welcomed. Culturally, the Hmong New Year serves as an...

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Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP)

Posted by on Nov 9, 2018 in Hmong USA, Hmong Wisconsin, Science and Technology | 0 comments

Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP)

  From: Madison Gas and Electric Company Lub caij ntuj no tab tom los txog lawm. Nws yog lub caij ntawm lub xyoo uas peb niaj zaus pom daim nqi hluav taws xob thiab cua sov tuaj ntau ntau. Muaj kev pab zoo rau cov uas tseem tau txais kev pab los ntawm Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP). WHEAP pab cov yim tsev daws tau lawv tej nuj nqi hluav taws xob uas ib xyoo muaj ib zaug pib thaum lub 10 hli ntuj tim ib mus txog ntua lub 5 hlis ntuj tim 15. Qhov yuav tau txais kev pab ntau pab tsawg ces nyob ntawm nyias tsev neeg. Tsev...

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Megan Khang-An LPGA Experience

Posted by on Aug 16, 2018 in Hmong News, Hmong USA, News, People, Sports | 0 comments

Megan Khang-An LPGA Experience

The earliest documented history tells us that the Hmong have always been an oppressed population. At first by the hands of the Chinese. Then the Laotians. Followed by Thais, Vietnamese, and other groups. Where ever the Hmong lead their lives is where oppression followed. In the mountains of Laos, a population within the Hmong community would come to call it their home. For thousands of years, the Hmong survived in Laos, lived in the fertile soils of the highlands, and claimed it as their own. It was here, in Laos, that the Hmong found a...

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Go To Where People Know Your Name

Posted by on Aug 16, 2018 in Business, Community, Community Profiles, Current Issues, Education, Food, Hmong USA, Life Stories, News | 0 comments

Go To Where People Know Your Name

It has been two years since the grand opening event of Milwaukee’s Asian Market Phongsavan. And it has been quite the grand operation for Tou Vang and Pai Yang along with the operations manager, Thai Vang. Countless hours have been spent in making Milwaukee’s Asian Market Phongsavan become what it is today. Behind the scenes, Tou, Pai, and Thai worked together in making decisions along with maintaning the operation of the 84,000-square-foot retail multi-dimensional facility Milwaukee’s Asian Market Phongsavan has become a one-stop shop...

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Sib Coj Ua Ke Txuag Hluav Taws Xob or Energy Efficiency

Posted by on Aug 16, 2018 in Community, Community Profiles, Education, Hmong USA, News Reports, Science and Technology | 0 comments

Sib Coj Ua Ke Txuag Hluav Taws Xob or Energy Efficiency

Yog hais tias peb txhua tus yog txuag hluav taws xob, peb yuav muaj siv tsis tag thiab txuag tau nyiaj thiab yuav zoo ib kauj ruam rau tej iab oo. Hauv qab no yog tej yam uas yooj yooj yim rau cov kev peb txua yuav txo peb cov kev siv hluav taws xob thaum cov caij hli no no. Kho tej qhov uas pa cua dim/tawm tau: Xyuas ntshis kom koj lub tsev txhob muaj tej qhov rais khoob to ua rau tej pa cua tawm. Nco ntsoov kaw qhov rooj qhov rais thiab xyuas ntshis daim roj hmab thaiv ncig ntawm lub qhov rooj. Cov khoom uas siv thaiv thiab cov roj hmab uas...

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Flying on Ice

Posted by on May 9, 2018 in Community Profiles, Hmong News, Hmong USA, News, Sports | 0 comments

Flying on Ice

In the midst of life in America, a young and talented Hmong man has made a name for himself.  With dreams to work in the medical field, Jonathan Yang has committed himself in his years in elementary, middle, and high schools to the world of figure skating.  Jonathan is described as likable, fast, strong, smooth, and connected!  These words are utterly fitting to someone who has become a nationally known figure skater in the United States.  Currently, a junior in high school and seventeen years of age, Jonathan loves math and science.  When he...

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Come and See

Posted by on May 9, 2018 in Business, Community, Community Profiles, Education, Hmong News, Hmong USA, Hmong Wisconsin, Life Stories, News | 0 comments

Come and See

At the first quake of dawn Tou and Pai wake tirelessly and energetically to begin a day filled with tasks and performances of meeting the needs of those who come through the doors of Milwaukee’s Asian Market Phongsavan.  They know those that come depend on them.  They understand that business owners and employees look forward to the security that they (Tou and Pai) provide as they unlock the doors of Phongsavan every morning.  Despite the long days, Tou and Pai wake up every morning with a smile, knowing that they have people depending on...

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The Hmong State News

Posted by on Apr 20, 2018 in Hmong News, Hmong USA, News, Opinion, Politics | 0 comments

The Hmong State News

Ntuj ntoo and Tus neeg Alien among many other individuals from the Hmong State followers had just committed a criminal act threatening to kill Hmong Globe Media (A Newspaper in the Hmong community in Wisconsin) and their staff. These individuals may have been part of the Hmong State organization. Hmong State is a group of people trying to scam the Hmong elderly (reg. Seng Xiong). On top of that, in their Hmong words, they are going to rise conflict against country around the world. They need to be watched and with this serious threat in the...

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