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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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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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Ib Tug Dab, Ob Lub Taub Hau

Posted by on Nov 7, 2017 in Community, Community Profiles, Current Issues, Education, Hmong News, Hmong USA, Hmong Wisconsin, News, Opinion, Politics, Sports | 0 comments

Ib Tug Dab, Ob Lub Taub Hau

Muaj ib hnub, muaj ib tug me nyuam yug los ua neeg. Hnub yug yog ib hnub leej twg los xav cia ua ib tug cim. Xav cia qhov cim ntawd nyob mus kom ntev ntev. Ntev tshaj plaws. Muaj ib hnub, tus me nyuam ntawd loj thooj ib tug txiv neeg yawg, tus me nyuam ntawd loj thooj ib tug niam tsev. Muaj ib hnub, tus me nyuam ntawd mus nyob ib lub teb chaws. Lub teb chaws uas tsis yog daim av yug nws. Ces muaj ib hnub, txawm muaj ib txog dab neeg yug rau ntawm lub zos hu ua “OSHKOSH.” Lub zos no, cov me nyuam saum no txawm ua neeg thoj nam tuaj mus nyob....

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How Do I Get There?

Posted by on Aug 27, 2017 in Athlete, Community, Hmong News, Hmong USA, News, Sports | 0 comments

How Do I Get There?

Discipline, respect, manner, control, restraint, and self-development are only a few of the characters that the game of golf teaches.  Many believe that these decrees of complex habits within human nature can mostly be found within a four wall classroom, taught by teachers who stand in front giving students expectations of how to behave.  But so much is mastered and apprenticed outside of a classroom. I have followed Yinta Yang, who is a mere four feet eight inches tall, weighing about sixty pounds.  The game of golf has transformed him in...

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Hmong Wausau Festival

Posted by on Aug 27, 2017 in Community, Entertainment, Hmong News, Hmong USA, Hmong Wisconsin, News, Opinion, Sports | 0 comments

Hmong Wausau Festival

Hmong Wausau Festival With the sun scorching hot, the humidity unforgiven, and the fun in full gear, the Hmong Wausau Festival happened on July 29th and 30th at the Eastbay Sports Complex in Wausau, Wisconsin. Vendors, players, and festival attendees came from different parts of the country to enjoy the showcases of the festival. From afar, umbrellas line the sports complex not because of rain but because of sunshine. An estimated six thousand attendees came prepared with what they needed to hydrate and enjoy the event. The Hmong Wausau...

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Golf is Now Born, A Mental Tough Sport

Posted by on Aug 20, 2016 in Community, Current Issues, Hmong News, Hmong USA, Sports | 0 comments

Golf is Now Born, A Mental Tough Sport

  Arnold Palmer once said, “Success depends less on strength of body than upon strength of mind and character.”  This is the mind of so many Hmong individuals playing the prestigious game of golf now.  The physical built of many Hmong are that of small stature but their minds are steady, concentrated, calm, and tranquil; all the better in fitting the game of golf.  This spring and summer of 2016, Hmong Globe has been following many young and seasoned golf players who aspire to be their best and aspire to put their minds in harmony with...

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The Globe Open

Posted by on Jul 10, 2016 in Hmong Wisconsin, Sports | 0 comments

The Globe Open

Attention golfers, join us in Wisconsin for the first time of The Globe Open being opened to the public. Come to play with a future, a potential, and a golf career. Hmong Globe Newspaper with The Globe Open offer you one of the best world-class sports in the world to be what you dream of. Go with the wind and walk with Hmong Globe for your future. Thank you. (216 Post...

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Many Young Hmong Are Now Playing A World Class Sport

Posted by on Nov 18, 2015 in Athlete, Hmong USA, Hmong Wisconsin, People, Sports | 1 comment

Many Young Hmong Are Now Playing A World Class Sport

In everything we do in life, there will always be obstacles, things we have to overcome in order for us to reach our goals. It’s the same path; whether it be a career, sport, or hobby. It’s no exception when it comes to golf. The sport of golf presents numerous obstacles that individuals overcome in order to get better at the game. It is one of the sports where concentration has a huge impact of how you play the game. According to Mark Her, a popular Hmong golfer, “90 percent of golf is dependent on concentration and mental thinking.” It’s...

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A Hmong won Fox Cities Junior Golf Championship

Posted by on Sep 29, 2014 in Athlete, Hmong News, Hmong USA, News, Opinion, People, Sports | 1 comment

A Hmong won Fox Cities Junior Golf Championship

Early on a brisk and cold day in July, Yinta and his dad headed out to play his first Junior Amateur Fox Cities Golf Tournament at Reid Golf Course in Appleton. It was a two day tournament that would challenge Yinta like no other challenge before. The sun hardly shone through the think heavy clouds in the sky. Yinta’s heart yearned to win his first city wide tournament. His hope to win the tournament gave him strength to wake up earlier than usual. That morning was not any usual morning. It was the big day! It had finally come! The two days...

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