History of Miao

History of Miao

History of Miao (FM: Savina (MEP) – Nazareth – Hong Kong – 1930) EXTRACTS Their somatic characters are also different from those of individuals of all other races of Asia. The average size of men and women, well developed chest and … Continued
Commentary: Challenges and Complexity in the Re-Construction of Hmong History

Commentary: Challenges and Complexity in the Re-Construction of Hmong History

By Kou YangCalifornia State University, Stanislaus Hmong Studies Journal, Volume 10, 17 pages Abstract In the past 30 years various accounts of Hmong history have emerged from Hmong and non-Hmong scholars working in the United States, other Diaspora countries and … Continued
The DFL MN Asian Pacific Caucus

The DFL MN Asian Pacific Caucus

RELEASE: Slate of newly elected Asian American state legislators forms Minnesota’s first Asian Pacific Caucus Tuesday, December 18, 2018 SAINT PAUL, MN – Today, a group of new State Representatives-elect and new Assistant Majority Leader Rep. Fue Lee (DFL-Minneapolis) are … Continued
A Hundred Years of Anthropology and Miao Studies

A Hundred Years of Anthropology and Miao Studies

Abstract Studied anthropology Miao than 150 years of history, its achievements It is a grand view. This article gives a brief overview and evaluation of the four aspects: First, the early description stage of the early Western adventurers and missionaries on … Continued
Election of Mee Moua to the Minnesota Senate, 2002

Election of Mee Moua to the Minnesota Senate, 2002

By Tiffany Vang In a special state senate election held in January of 2002, Mee Moua became the first Asian woman chosen to serve in the Minnesota Legislature and the first Hmong American elected to any state legislature. Her win in St. … Continued
Officials of Hmong origin in both Laos, prior & after ’75

Officials of Hmong origin in both Laos, prior & after ’75

Compiled by Sayasith Yangsao for the Internet Lao/Hmong News groups The following lists are Laotian officials of Hmong ethnic in both Laos, prior to and after 1975. They are incomplete but will give you an idea of Hmong’s participation in … Continued
The Hmong and the Secret War

The Hmong and the Secret War

In 1961, four years before the Vietnam War, the CIA funded a Secret War in Laos. The Hmong became CIA’s surrogate army, fighting and preventing Communism from consuming the country of Laos. Watch as questions about the Secret War in … Continued
Genesis of the Hmong-American alliance, 1949-1962: aspirations, expectations and commitments during an era of uncertainty.

Genesis of the Hmong-American alliance, 1949-1962: aspirations, expectations and commitments during an era of uncertainty.

Introducing the Kennedy Administration  On January 20, 1961 the John F. Kennedy administration was inaugurated with President Eisenhower’s warning in mind that “communist control of Laos would lead to the ‘loss’ of all Southeast Asia. It was the ‘cork in … Continued
‘A People’s History of the Hmong’ began in Concordia professor’s classroom

‘A People’s History of the Hmong’ began in Concordia professor’s classroom

By Amy Goetzman | 01/20/2010 Although Minnesota’s Hmong community has been here for three decades, is well integrated into our workplaces and schools, and has influenced contemporary Minnesota culture in numerous ways, many non-Hmong Minnesotans don’t have a clue about who … Continued