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  1. Koobpovtxuj added a post in a topic HMOOB LUB NEEJ YOG LOS QHOV TWG LOS...?   

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  3. robot added a post in a topic what is your thoughts and opinions - after reading this website   

    ........5555555555...........OH !.....yes,.... May , ? ..1979....... I did twice up there, but I didn't paid anything.
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  4. TxawjLem added a post in a topic what is your thoughts and opinions - after reading this website   

    Most Hmong people bragged about their stories and manhoods--therefore, please do not believe any story until it is proven....LOLz
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  5. Koobpovtxuj added a post in a topic Sib tau lawm sib sib hlub ma   

    Yog mas yeej xav tias wb sib tau lawm ces yuav sib hlub no tab sis vim yog niag tsov tom phem siab ntais ntuj ntawd pheej khwv lub siab phem rau kuv es thiaj li ua rau ntiaj teb tsiv siab rau 1 leeg nkaus xwb los mas.
    Koj txawm tsis mloog los ho cia kuv mam tuaj mloog los mas mog.
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  6. LausTxuj added a post in a topic what is your thoughts and opinions - after reading this website   

    Bro. Kham and Robot, seems like the two of you like "Bang V Nice" so much.  I have heard this Hmong guy talked about snicking up on couples, who went up to your $10 bath mountain, surprise the couple while still having s.ex, and demand to have s.ex with the girl/woman.    He did this on a regular basis.  
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  10. robot added a post in a topic what is your thoughts and opinions - after reading this website   

    .......555555555555555............... same here.............Kwv khamvoo.
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  11. khamvookham added a post in a topic what is your thoughts and opinions - after reading this website   

    Hi  Bro. In ViNais Camp The Most I Only Think Of The 10 Bath  Mountain, That's it.
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  12. Nujtxeeg added a post in a topic what is your thoughts and opinions - after reading this website   

    Hmong Books
    Hmong PeopleThis page gives you information about the past and present of the Hmong people.

     Hmong Today 
    Hmong people today are spread out all over the world.  There is heavy concentrations in the Twin Cities area of Minnesota, California, and areas of Wisconsin.  Recent estimates show that there is around 200,000 Hmong people in the United States.  China continues to have the largest population of Hmong people at right around 2 million.  
    Many Hmong today still embrace their culture.  However I have noticed that most Hmong under the age of 30 speak in English first and Hmong second.  Whereas the over 30 crowd tend to speak Hmong first and English second.   
     Hmong History 
    Hmong people generally come from the hill and mountain area just south of China. According to genetic evidence, Hmong people lived in China for 2000 years before generally migrating south in the 1700s. They moved to escape the oppressive Qing Dynasty.
     
    Most Hmong in the United States come from Laos, but there are many others from Thailand, Vietnam and China. Hmong people have their own language in a couple different styles of dialect. 
    Most Hmong people came over to the US after the Vietnam War. Although they are generally peaceful, during the war they were recruited by the CIA to act as spies. Shortly after the US pulled out of the war, a new leader came to power in Laos. The Hmong were persecuted for their anti-communist involvement in the war and many of them fled to Thailand refugee camps. 
    In the late 1980s many Hmong people came to the United States after being sponsored by the Lutheran church. The majority relocated to St. Paul, Minnesota and Fresno, California. There is also heavy Hmong populations in Wisconsin and some in Pennsylvania. 
    Although there is not a single government out there that will acknowledge it, there are still many Hmong people in Laos who are being persecuted. 
     Hmong Time Line
    3000 B.C.  -  Hmong people are first identified as occupying the Yellow River Valley in China.  
    1100 B.C.  -  Hmong people are still inhabiting the jungles and hills of China.
    1800 -  Hmong people begin to move to Indochina.
    1810  -  Hmong people cross the borders of China into Northern Laos.  This is a mountain area that allows for a somewhat safe cover.
    1840  -  The vast majority of Hmong migrate to Laos to avoid oppression.
    1893  -  The French setup a protectorate over Laos.
    1896  -  Angered by the new French taxes, Hmong revolt.
    1936  -  From 1936-1945 Japan takes control of Laos while WWII wages on.
    1945  -  With World War II over, the French once again resume control of Laos.
    1952  -  A Hmong writing system is designed to finally put the Hmong language on paper.
    1954  -  Laos gains independence and becomes a member of the United Nations.
    1957  -  American soldiers enter Laos to train the Hmong and fight against the communists.
    1960  -  The "Secret War" begins in Laos as Hmong people are beginning to launch deadly guerrilla warfare.
    1961  -  General Vang Pao leads the Hmong people into secret battles and works closely with the United States from 1961-1973.
    1973  -  A ceasefire is signed between the Royal Lao Government and the Pathet Lao.  
    1975  -  A significant year in Hmong history -  Americans are completely withdrawn from Laos and the massacring of Hmong people begins immediately.  Hmong Army officials including Vao Pang are airlifted to Thailand.  Hmong families are forced to attempt a life-                          threatening escape from Laos across the Mekong into the Thailand Refugee camps.
    1976  -  The first wave of Hmong immigrants begin to arrive in the United States.
    1982  -  Still being eradicated by the Royal Laos government in Laos and hungry in Thailand refugee camps, a second wave of migration into the U.S. begins and lasts over 4 years.  The Lutheran church is very involved in the relocating process. 
    1991  -  Thailand, Laos, and the United Nations sign an agreement that will move Hmong people from  the refugee camps and back into Laos.  Knowing they are still oppressed back in Laos, 10,000 flee to a Thai Buddhist temple to seek asylum.
    2002  -  Senator Mee Moua becomes the first Hmong senator.
    2004  -  Another larger group of Hmong people arrives in the United States.  There is a steady flow every year in the area of 1000-5000 immigrants. 
    TODAY -  Many Hmong people have found their way back to Thai refugee camps as the Royal Lao Government continues to harass the Hmong Culture. 
     Hmong Refugees  Several hundred thousand Hmong people took the treacherous voyage on foot through the Laotian countryside and across the Mekong River into Thailand in the two decades following the communist occupation in Laos in 1975. Awaiting them on the other side of the Mekong were rudimentary refugee camps: Nong Khai, Ban Vinai, Chiang Kham, and Ban Nam Yao.  Ban Vinai and Chiang Kham camp consisted of mostly Hmong refugees.   The first group of an estimated 25,000 Hmong refugees reached Thailand in May of 1975.  The first wave of refugees can be categorized as entering camps from 1975 to 1977.  This group consisted mostly of soldiers and their families that fought against the communist during the war. The second wave last from 1978 to 1982.  In the year 1979, there was an estimated 60,000 refugees residing in camps in Thailand with close to 3,000 Hmong crossing the Mekong monthly to find refuge in Thailand. During the third wave, from 1982 to 1986, the amount of Hmong refugees increased still.   Circumstances in the camps varied from barely tolerable to appalling.   At the beginning, there were no toilets and no water for people wash themselves.  The Hmong traditional way of life was to grow and harvest their food.  There definitely was no land allotted for them to do so.  There was also virtually no way to make money to purchase Hmong food either.  The camp had grown to a size that it could no longer support by the mid-1980s.  The Hmong refugee camps could no longer afford to offer somewhere to house its many thousands of inhabitants.  In 1986 there was an estimated 43,000 to 45,000 people living on less than 1 square mile in Ban Vinai.  Most families’ tradional way of life gave way to depending on what was handed out as rations at the camps. Because Hmong culture was so important to them, Hmong refugees still managed to create a culturally familiar way of life in these conditions. They still celebrated holidays such as the New Year.  Children went to Thai elementary school and adults could attend English and vocational-training classes but Hmong language was still their number one language. Also, there were markets that sold fresh fish and fruit and herbal medicines.   By 1986 the average length of stay for a Hmong refugee was about seven years. More than 90% of Hmong refugees in Thailand had been accepted for passage to the United States because of their help in the war.  The refugees that stayed in the camps instead of moving to a third country had their reasons.  Some wanted to stay in the camps in hopes that they could return to Laos at a later date without suffering reprisals.  Some were waiting for relatives to join them from Laos to resettle in a different country.  Some refugees had heard back from friends or family about how difficult life was in the United States and so they were reluctant to make the move.  Many Hmong had dreams of staying in Thailand and call it home.   The unwillingness of Hmong refugees to leave Thailand was of immense worry for the Thai government. Over the years the Thai had provided haven for up to 200,000 refugees but they had always let it be known that settling there was not an option.  Though the arrival of Hmong refugees began to decline in later years, the populations in the camps continued growing due high birth rates.  The Thai government developed a policy designed to encourage current refugees to move to the United States or return to Laos.  They started to enforce strict border screenings for Hmong people wanting refuge in Thailand.  They consolidated camps and developed more strict policies to control camp life.  Thai authorities reduced food rations and limited work opportunities and education.  Ban Vinai was closed eventually closed in 1992.  The refugees still residing in Ban Vinai would be sent to a temporary camp to await their return to Laos.  Thousands of Hmong refugees attempted to hide in the Northern plains and Thai countryside fearing the closure of Ban Vai. In 1990, an estimated 90,000 Hmong refugees had moved the United States to restart their lives.  Some also went to France, Canada, Australia, Argentine and French Guyana.  Since then, and another estimated 60,000 have moved to these countries with a majority residing in the United States.   HERE IS MY VIEW OF THIS ARTICLE...
    Most of the INFORMATION seemed to be OK...
    But there are a few FACTS were NOT TRUE
    such as...
     
    during the war they were recruited by the CIA to act as spies ( wrong FACT )
    FACTS---HMONG SOLDIERS/FIGHTERS WERE RECRUITED TO BE...
    ...SPECIAL GUERRILLA UNITS... ( SGU...Guerrilla Soldiers/Fighters )
    and NOT AS SPIES...
     
    1982  -  Still being eradicated by the Royal Laos government in Laos ( Wrong FACT )
    FACT---Hmong were EXTERMINATED by the LAO COMMUNIST GOVERNMENT POLICY...
     
    TODAY -  Many Hmong people have found their way back to Thai refugee camps as the
    Royal Lao Government continues to harass the Hmong Culture.   ( Wrong FACT )
    FACT--- Not ROYAL LAO GOVERNMENT BUT LAO COMMUNIST GOVERNMENT...
    Not HARASS THE HMONG CULTURE...BUT CONTINUE PERSECUTING THE DESCENDANTS
    or the LAST of the HMONG SGU in Laos.
     
    In 1986 there was an estimated 43,000 to 45,000 people living on less than 1 square mile in Ban Vinai.
    ( Wrong FACT )
    FACT---Ban Vinai Refugee Camp is larger than 1 SQUARE MILE...Possibly 3-4 SQUARE MILE AREA...
     



     
    Children went to Thai elementary school ( Wrong FACT )
    FACT---Hmong children went to a TEMPORARY SCHOOL BUILT INSIDE THE REFUGEE CAMP
    and THEY LEARNED both WRITTEN & ORAL THAI LANGUAGES...and MATH...
    NOT REGULAR THAI SCHOOL OUTSIDE THE CAMP...
     
    So you would have to READ THIS ARTICLE... BETWEEN THE LINES & SEARCH FOR THE FACTS...
     
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  13. Nujtxeeg added a post in a topic Suab Hmong News   


    Kwv Tij...
     
    Tej qhov TEEB MEEM zoo li nov ces seb peb Hmoob LUB HOM PHIAJ yog DAB TSI xwb tiag...?
    Yog lub HOM PHIAJ yog qhov yuav ua KEV TUAV/CEEV peb li HMOOB TEEJ TUG KAB LI KEV CAI...
    no ces...PEB TSIS TXHOB MUS SIB TXEEB/COMPETE...Vim yog thaum peb MUS SIB TXEEB or
    COMPETE tuaj lawm ces...LUAG TSUAS YUAV NCE NQI KOM SIAB TUAJ LAWM XWB...
    Yog peb SIB TXEEB mus TXO TUS NQI KOM TSAWG/NQIS DUA QUB  no kuj tsim nyog UA...
    Tab sis yog tseem mus ua kom TUS NQIS SIAB TSHAJ QUB NTXIV...nov yog txoj kev UA YUAM KEV
    lawm...Vim thaum kawg TUS NQI MUS TEEB TSA LUB 30 SIAB DHAU RAU COV UA...LOS YOG
    TUS NQIS RAU PEJ XEEM MUS THEM NQI NKAG QHOV ROOJ SIAB DHAU NO CES...
    WE ALL ARE THE LOSERS...B/C THE ONE WHO IS PROFITABLE WOULD BE THE CITY GOVERNMENT
    or WHOEVER ARE RUNNING THE FRESNO FAIRGROUND...
     
    Yog hais tias...LUB HOM PHIAJ NWS TSUAS YOG UA KEV LAG LUAM XWB no es yog leej twg
    yog tus LWV YEEJ/TXEEB TAU es yuav los IMPROVE COV SERVICES/PRODUCTS KOM PHEEJ YIG
    thiab ZOO DUA QUB  no ces nws kuj yog 1 QHOV ZOO HEEV RAU PEJ XEEM HMOOB...
    Tab sis yog HNUB TWG...TEJ SERVIECES & PRODUCTS...tawm los TSEEM HAJ YAM PHEM & KIM
    DUA QUB NTXIV TUAJ LAWM...no ces 3 HMOOB YOG COV LOSERS TAS NRHO XWB...
    THAUM HMOOB PEJ XEEM ...AFFORD TSIS TAU TEJ SERVICES & PRODUCTS...LAWM CES HMOOB
    YUAV TSIS TUAJ SIV NTXIV LAWM CES...TUS TSWV LAG LUAM KAWG TUAG/PLAM BUSINESS MUS
    LAWM XWB...
     
    TAB SIS PEB HO TXHOB NKAG SIAB YUAM KEV TIAS...TXOJ KEV SIB LWV/COMPETITION...LEGALLY
    NYOB MESKAS TEB NOV...YOG 1 QHOV PHEM...FEEM NTAU THAUM TEJ KEV LAG LUAM LOS SIB LWV
    NWS COV SERVICES & PRODUCTS YUAV ZOO & PHEEJ YIG DUA QUB...
     
    TAB SIS KUV TSIS NTSEEG TIAS...HMOOB TXOJ KEV SIB LWV/SIB TWV UA LUB 30 NYOB FRESNO
    ZAUM NOV YUAV ZOO RAU HMOOB...VIM YOG KOJ TWV TAU TUS NQIS SIAB SIAB CES KAWG KOJ
    YUAV TAU NCE NQI KOM SIAB RAU KOJ TEJ SERVICES & PRODUCTS XWB ES KOJ THIAJ YUAV THEM
    TAU TAU KOJ TEJ NUJ NQI UAS NTAU & SIAB NTAWD NKAUS XWB...
     
    KUV SAIB CES...MUAJ 1 HNUB PEB TSUAS YUAV ROV MUS THOV...FRESNO CITY...PERMISSION ES PEB
    TSUAS MUS ...POV POB RAU TOM PUBLIC PARK...LI THAWJ 20 LUB XYOO UAS THAUM NTXOV PEB TUAJ
    NYOB MESKAS TEB NOV LAWM XWB TIAG...
     
    USE YOUR BRAIN...PEOPLE...
     
    DO YOU WANT TO KEEP ...HMONG TRADITION & CULTURE...?
    OR
    DO YOU WANT TO MAKE GREAT PROFIT FROM THIS BUSNESS
    JUST FOR YOURSELF...?
    DO YOU WANT TO MAKE THINGS BETTER OR WORSE
    FOR THE BENEFIT OF HMONG PEOPLE...?
     

     

    THESE ARE...WINNERS...

     
    YOU BETTER MAKE THE ...RIGHT CHOICE...
     
     
     

    THESE ARE...LOSERS...

     

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  14. yujsiab added a post in a topic Vindication for Vandalized General Vang Pao Statue in Chico, CA   

    Tsis yog los ntawm kev ntxub  ntxhaug=ua ntej peb yuav muab nyiaj mus puab lag yeej hais tawm tias nej puab nej yuav muab dab tsi tso rau hauv tus (statue) cev faj vim muaj ib co neeg soj rawv tsoo yuav nyiaj yuav kub nyob hauv raws li lub ntuj dhau los yeej muaj = luag thiaj tsoo = tsoo 1 zaug lawm ces kawg yeej muaj  mus li  vim  tus neeg khwv tsoo no luag tsis kaw nawb 
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  15. tsausnti added a post in a topic Sib tau lawm sib sib hlub ma   

    kuv twb tsis nim mloog li os.
     
    txhob tso tso nkauj os. nkim nkim space li os
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  16. tsausnti added a post in a topic Tsis koom siab   

  17. TxawjLem added a post in a topic Sib tau lawm sib sib hlub ma   

    koj ntshais tsam zoo li no lod...mloog tau...
     
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  18. TxawjLem added a post in a topic what is your thoughts and opinions - after reading this website   

    Yawmtxiv Nkaj,
    tus sau ntawd no ntshe nws yog cov hlub hlub hmoob ua twb nyob rau li koj qhabnab lawm nws thiaj li sau lus Meska li ntawd--qhov tseemceeb ces cias muab xav li Tseemmoob hais os, nws thiaj li yog tus hlub hmoob es nws muaj thiab muab tagnrho nws lub sijhawm los teeb li no rau peb coob tus tau nyeem thiab xav txog hmoob lub neej dhau los lawm xwb mas nawb.
    cov txawj sau ntawd, lawv tsi interested txog tej hmoob dabneeg li ntawd lawm os nawb.  kuv yeej pom tias, yog tom qab nws sau tag, nws coj mus rau ntiav cov txawj thiab tawvdawb kho cov lus kom zoo tshaj no ces yeej zoo txaus tiag mas.  tabsi, lub sijhawm no ces nyias tau nti nyias kaubpuab xwb ces tsuav yog yus nyeem es nkagsiab rau yus xwb os nawb.
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  19. robot added a post in a topic Tso nyiaj nyob Nplog   

    Tus choj no  yog tus choj hla naj nyeej, es yuav mus lawm tom Nasxus sav!....thaum xyoo 1973 kuv twb tuaj nyob qhia ntawv rau ntawm  nplog lub zos no tau 2 / 3 hli thiab mas, kuv twb nrog nkauj nplog mus yos khawb ntsuag xyoob rau tim qaum kev uas lub Bus nre tim ne,sab tim no mas yog yuav mus rau nas tub nas luam ces mus rau pem tab laj txiv tsawb  (huab kham taib) kev tshuam yuav mus phab kheb looj ceeb thiab mus nab maub ces nce mus thooj miab, thooj khoo ces mus rau Moo cab lawm,
    Hos sab tom qab no ces yog yuav mus rau Nas xus lawm, ntawd taw choj sab mus rau nas xus mas thaum 1973 ntawd mas peb yawg Txhiaj yeeb nws ua kiag ib lub chaw muag nroj tsheb rnau sab qaum kev ov.
     
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  20. Koobpovtxuj added a post in a topic roob kub twm   

    Ntawm nov yog pas nkoj roob kub twm.Vas huas Phwv khom khais.
     

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  22. robot added a post in a topic Suab Hmong News   

    Hmoob tuaj rau mes kas teb no tau 40 tawm lub xyoo no es hmoob tseem coj lub qub mav no xwb lov?
    Hmoob yeej ib txwm nyiam nyias kaws nyias kuab puab puag thaum muaj hmoob los lawm puas yog?
    Hmoob yeej kawm tsis tau ib yam dab tsi los pab hmoob li laiv puas yog?
    Hmoob nyias tau nyias keej xwb laiv puas yog?
    Thov thiab lau HMOOB aw!!!!!!, tsum thiab lau.
     
     
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  24. Koobpovtxuj added a post in a topic KUV COV DUAB   


    Vajhuam.
    Yog koj xav tau ces nug cov Hmoob nyab laj seb lawv puas paub xwb vim kuv pom lawv coj tuaj tso tom fb thiab lawv tias yog nyob nyab laj teb no naj.
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  25. Vajhuamsibluag added a post in a topic what is your thoughts and opinions - after reading this website   

    Tus sau cov lus Meskas ntawd tsuas txawj li kuv xwb as. Yog tsis txawj los thov cov txawj sau los tau thiab mas. Nws sau ua dabtsi ne?
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