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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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New Release Hmong Book

Posted by on Aug 27, 2017 in Arts, Books, E-Books, Education, News, Other people, People | 0 comments

New Release Hmong Book

There comes a time when one has aged enough, when he has lived enough, and when he has experienced enough that he turns around and ponders the path that has brought him to where he is in present time. He looks back to how far he has come and thinks about his successes and failures. Sometimes he even thinks about what might have happened if he did things differently. He may constantly be reminded of the things he was used to, the places he visited, and the daily routines that occupied his daily life. There comes a turning point when he digs...

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TEARS ACROSS THE MEKONG

Posted by on Jul 7, 2016 in Arts, Author/Writer, Books | 1 comment

TEARS ACROSS THE MEKONG

This is a biography of Marc Phillip Yablonka, the author of Tears Across the Mekong.  The book is available. Marc Phillip Yablonka is a military journalist whose reportage has appeared in the U.S. Military’s Stars and Stripes, Army Times, Air Force Times, American Veteran, Vietnam magazine, Airways, Military Heritage, Soldier of Fortune and many other publications. Between 2001 and 2008, Marc served as a Public Affairs Officer, rank of Chief Warrant Officer-2, 40th Infantry Division Support Brigade, California State Military Reserve, at...

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LIV XWM NTAWM LUB TSEV KHAWS TXUJ CI NYOB NOOM HEJ

Posted by on Feb 15, 2016 in Archive, Arts, Books, Hmong Laos, Hmong News, Life Stories | 0 comments

LIV XWM NTAWM LUB TSEV KHAWS TXUJ CI  NYOB NOOM HEJ

Tus sau: Txhiaj Vwj Yaj, Sheboygan, Wisconsin Xyoo 2003, yawg Tshav Thawv (Chuck Theusch), tus thawj tswj ntawm lub Koom Haum khaws txuj ci thoob teb, uas nws yog ib tug qub tub rog As mes liv kas, thiab yog ib tug kws cai lij choj, tau mus Los Tsuas teb. Nws mus ntsib niam hlob Koo Dua Nev Tab Voos, tus thawj tswj saib xyuas tseem fwv Los Tsuas cov tsev khaws txuj ci. Nkawv tau tham txog cov tsev khaws txuj ci twb ua dhau los nyob yav qab teb lawm, zaum no xav tias xav tsim tsa ib cov tsev khaws txuj ci rau yav Los Tsuas qaum teb thiab, xws...

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Understanding the Author’s Mind

Posted by on Aug 4, 2014 in Arts, Books, Current Issues, Entertainment, Hmong USA, Hmong Wisconsin, Life Stories, News, Opinion, People | 2 comments

Understanding the Author’s Mind

In the last edition of Hmong Globe, I wrote an article about a new book that, at that time, was about to publish. The book, Ib Tug Hmoob Nyob Pem Roob, published in June of 2014. As with any book I’ve read, at times I paused and questioned the author’s thinking. Why did he put that in there? How come it’s in this order? Why did he use that language? What was going on in his mind as he was writing the story? I sought to understand deeper into the author’s mind and tried to comprehend his thinking process as he wrote the story of Ib Tug Hmoob...

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A New Book in Hmong is Coming into Your Living Room

Posted by on Aug 1, 2014 in Arts, Author/Writer, Books, Community Profiles, Education, Hmong News, Hmong USA, Hmong Wisconsin, Life Stories, Lifestyle, News, Opinion, People | 1 comment

A New Book in Hmong is Coming into Your Living Room

I remember those times, the times when I ran carefree in the rice paddies that surrounded the scenery of what I can bring to mind.  I remember the days when I played in the soil of my father’s garden and the freshness that touched my face through the wind.  I remember the feelings of security as I held on tight to my father’s hand.  I remember the “good” times of my childhood of growing up in the Ban Vinai Refugee Camp.  We were enclosed in a community that was small and cramped (as described by the outside world), but to me and my friends,...

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