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Ib Tug Hmoob Muaj Txiag Los Nws Tsis So

Posted by on Aug 27, 2017 in Business, Community Profiles, Hmong News, Hmong Wisconsin, Lifestyle | 0 comments

Ib Tug Hmoob Muaj Txiag Los Nws Tsis So

Yog tiag, peb sawv li cov huab sawv ntxov. Yog txawj txia, peb yaj kom tag thaum lub hnub tawm. Aws yog muaj tseeb, peb yuav sib tuav tes, sib coj, sib puag xub pwg li pab tub rog kom peb tsuas yeej yam nyuab tshaj nyob ntawm peb txoj hau kev xwb. Txhua yam, yam uas muaj tseeb, yam tiag, qhov zoo nyob tom hauv ntej lawm. Peb ntshaw, peb muaj kev cia siab, peb tos peb daim hom phiaj uas nws pw tom hauv ntej, peb ntseeg thiab peb tsis muab peb txoj kev ntseeg cuam pov tseg thiab peb tsuas muaj zog xwb tso siab hais tias muaj ib hnub ces peb...

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A Multi-Million Dollar Business Man Never Stops

Posted by on May 18, 2017 in Business, Community Profiles, Education, Hmong News, Hmong Wisconsin, Life Stories, Lifestyle, News, Other people, People | 0 comments

A Multi-Million Dollar Business Man Never Stops

We rise like the fog. We disperse when the sun shines.  And we march in battles to combat difficulties that stand in our entrance. We look up to the success that lies ahead.  We optimize to achieve what it is our goal has led us to believe and we never abandon our faith and confidence in the understanding that one day we will achieve great things. We were born with the gift of modesty with the impression that the world can be encouraged.  One Hmong business man was born to spend the most money from his lifelong savings to build an American...

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The Globe Open

Posted by on Dec 7, 2016 in Community, Current Issues, Education, Hmong News, Hmong USA, Hmong Wisconsin, Lifestyle, News | 0 comments

The Globe Open

During the rule of the Song Dynasty, it is said that the Chinese would hit a stuffed feather ball with tree limbs shaped like golf clubs.  It is said that the rich and powerful of the Song Dynasty played this sport as a means to pass time and as a means of “having fun and friendly” competition.  The modern style of golfing 18 holes originated in the Netherlands during the Middle Ages and came into fame in the late 19th century when it spread to the United Kingdom, to the British Empire, and finally to the United States.  The word golf itself...

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Zos Roob Tshuaj

Posted by on Dec 6, 2016 in Community, Education, Hmong Laos, Lifestyle, Opinion | 0 comments

Zos Roob Tshuaj

Paj Nus Yaj, muaj ib zaug hauv nws lub neej thaum nws tseem hluas, Paj Nus tau mus ua xib fwb qhia ntawv Nplog nyob ntawm zos Roob Tshuaj. Paj Nus sau li no. “Zos Rooj Tshuaj nyob siab, siab siab puag saum ib nta toj, tawm rau ntawm lub zos, ntsia pom ploj ntais rau puag nram tej kwj ha tob tob, tseem pom mus txog ntua puag nram tus ciam teb Nyab Lab thiab Nplog lawm tib si.” Zos Roob Tshuaj txawb rau ntawm ib thaj chaw cua nplawm ntws, suam yaj lug, thiab nyob ntsiag to kho kho siab cia. Wb! Ua cas Zos Roob Tshuaj ho hu ua Zos Roob Tshuaj?...

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A Land, At Least I Know… I Am Free

Posted by on Sep 7, 2016 in Community, Education, Health/Consumers, Hmong News, Hmong USA, Hmong Wisconsin, Life Stories, Lifestyle, News, Opinion | 0 comments

A Land, At Least I Know… I Am Free

In the short time span that the Hmong have been in America, they continue to be contributors to the summer economic uprising, as they voyage on different excursions and enjoy the beautiful delicacies that this country offers. They trek on car rides from the West coast to the East coast. They utilize different attractions across the nation. They fly to the beaches of the south and stroll through the mountains in the Rockies. They stride on the river banks of streams. And they camp in the safety of the woods. Hmong enjoy this frutile land to...

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A New Life, A New Market Welcomes You

Posted by on May 13, 2016 in Business, Community, Current Issues, Education, Food, Hmong News, Hmong USA, Hmong Wisconsin, Lifestyle, News, People | 1 comment

A New Life, A New Market Welcomes You

Many are waiting patiently and enduringly with anticipation for the grand opening of Milwaukee´s Asian Market Phongsavan´s new facility. It has been more than two years in the making plus many more years of planning and honing the plans to match the needs of the community. The facility is slated to open soon. Not only are Tou Vang and Pai Yang excited to see their project complete to its culmination stage but so are those who will occupy it and those who will come visit as customers. Vendors from different areas of businesses will lease the...

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Nco Txog Peb Haiv Hmoob Tsiv Teb Tsaws Chaw

Posted by on Nov 18, 2015 in Artist, Community Profiles, Current Issues, Education, Hmong News, Hmong USA, Hmong Wisconsin, Leader, Life Stories, Lifestyle, News, Politics | 0 comments

Nco Txog Peb Haiv Hmoob Tsiv Teb Tsaws Chaw

NCO TXOG PEB HAIV HMOOB TSIV TEB TSAWS CHAW. 
Tus sau: Dr. Yang Dao Lub tsiab 30 xyoo 2015-2016 qhia rau peb Hmoob Los Tsuas thoj nam hais tias peb tau khiav tawm hauv peb lub teb chaws Los Tsuas (Laos) tuaj mus ua ntsuag teb ntsuag chaw rau As Mes Lis Kas teb (United States of America), Fab Kis teb (France), Kas Nas Das teb (Canada), Auv Ras Lias teb (Australia) thiab lwm lub teb chaws tau 40 xyoo. Peb txawm tuaj mus ua ib lub neej tshiab nyob rau luag teb chaw vam meej los peb tseem nco nco txog tej toj roob hauv pes thiab peb tej qub vaj...

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A New Day For the Elderly, 
Lakeshore Adult Day Center

Posted by on Feb 12, 2015 in Archive, Business, Community, Hmong News, Hmong Wisconsin, Life Stories, Lifestyle, News, Other people | 0 comments

A New Day For the Elderly,  
Lakeshore Adult Day Center

High in the mountains of Laos, the Hmong live. They have lived here for generations. “The mountains are the bodies of our ancestors, the fields are the backbones, the soil is the flesh, and the water is the blood of our ancestors, their sweat and their tears” (Chou, 2012). In Laos, Hmong elderly find their place to belong. They visit each other, speak to each other on a daily basis, and know how to keep busy. It’s their life, their land, their society, and their people. It’s what they know of how to be comfortable. It’s this safety net that...

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Kuv Nrhiav Kuv – Self-identity

Posted by on Feb 9, 2015 in Archive, Hmong News, Hmong USA, Hmong Wisconsin, Life Stories, Lifestyle, News, Opinion, People | 0 comments

Txij li thaum kuv yug los nyob hauv lub ntiaj teb no, kuv yeej paub tias kuv tsis zoo li luag tej tus tub. Tiam sis thaum kuv tseem me me kuv tsis paub hais tias yam uas kuv xav tau txhaum txoj kev cai Hmoob. Kuv yeej ib txwm tsis qhia leej twg hais tias kuv nyiam txiv neej. (I’m trying to say that I am a homosexual person) Tiam sis thaum kuv kawm ntawv txog qib kaum ob ces kuv kuj qhia kuv cov phooj ywg. Kuv cov phooj ywg yeej tseem hlub kuv li qub. Lawv sawv daws txhawb kuv, lawv tsis xav li cas, txog qhov kuv yog ib tug homosexual. Kuv cov...

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The Rising Stars, Young Hmong Artists

Posted by on Oct 30, 2014 in Artist, Arts, Entertainment, Lifestyle, Music, Photos, Singer | 0 comments

The Rising Stars, Young Hmong Artists

Hmong Globe recognizes the contributions of Rising Stars to the Hmong community. They come at each calling to entertain us, help us understand their art, and bring a smile into our hearts. They have a special place in the Hmong community. As Hmong Globe travels to all parts of Wisconsin, we caught up with many of these Rising Stars. Maa Vue, Kalia Yang, David Yang, and Cody Lee all came out to Green Bay to promote their singing. These singers sing to the young and old with the melody of modern music in which they express themselves. They hope...

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