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Roob Phwvlis added a topic in Hmong News, Public Relations ( Xov Xwm )MENYUAM HMOOB NTSE 2018 thiab COV HMOOB CUAMTSOOVNyob zoo Kwvtij Hmoob,
Thov txim ntau cov xovxwm no feem ntau peb yeej pom tag nyob rau FB thiab hauv youtube lawm tiamsis kuv xav muab los rau peb tau sib tham me ntsis xwb. Hnub no kuv coj 2 tug tub hluas Hmoob nyob Lostsuas yog 2 tug kuv qhuas thiab pom tias nkawv ntse thiab muaj peevxwm uas tom ntej no yuav los ua Hmoob tej Thawj Coj. Hmoob tej Laus Neeg 1 txwm hais tias tus PAS YUAV NTSE TSIS YUAV HLIAV TUS NEEG YUAV NTSE TSIS TAS UA LUB UA * PIAV yog zoo li 2 tug no. Kuv thov qhuas cov menyuam txheej no muaj tsab peevxwm kawg nkaus. Tus menyuam Hmoob Vaj uas los ntuas Siv Yis ntawd kuv xav tias nws hnub nyoog tsuas yog li ntawm 14-15 xyoo xyoos xwb tiamsis nws tej lus yog tej Laus Neeg lus. Hos tus tub Hluas Hmoob Yaj 24 xyoos los nws tej lus yeej yog tas thiab muaj tsab peevxwm kawg nkaus hais lus yam tsis ntshai.
Peb Hmoob muaj ntau hom neeg tus phem li cas los muaj tag nrho. Vim li no peb thiaj li ua 1 haivneeg tsis muaj teb muaj chaw nrog lwm haivneeg nyob thiab peb thiaj li khiav mus nyob thoob hauv qab ntuj no los tseem phem qujqees ntxiv li cov peb pom nram no. Ziag no pom meej tseeb tej neeg phem ntau zujzus tuaj lawm tiag vim txoj kev vammeej los ntawm tej technology zoo heev muab lub ntiajteb no rub peb los uake thiaj li pom thiab paub txhij txhua.
Siv Yis Ntuj Neeb raug ntuas los ntawm menyuam Hmoob Vaj 13-14 xyoos nyob Lostsuas teb.
Nyiaj Tub Lauj tus neeg Tsab ntse debate thiab raug ntuas los ntawm menyuam Hmoob Nplog 24 xyoo nyob Nplogteb
Cov Neeg Tsab Ntse thiab Rov Taw Tuaj ntuj Hmoob thiaj li khiav mus nyob Thoob ntuj.
Povhwm Yej thiab nws Qhabnab
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Roob Phwvlis added a topic in Hmong News, Public Relations ( Xov Xwm )DEJ KUB HLAB HMOOB TAUBHAU THOOB NTUJTom qab tsis ntev 5-6 xyoo los no Hlob Vaj Pov tau tso tsoom Hmoob Ntsuag Nos tseg xyoo 2011 lawm Hmoob tsis hais Hmoob Leej Hlob mus ti nkaus leej yau, me Tub mus ti nkaus me Nxhais, Txivneej, Pojniam thiab Hmoob tej Pab Thaas los yog Thawj Coj. tsis hais tshaj chaw twg, hauv youtube, Facebook, xovtooj cua thiab lwm qhov chaw sib ceg ua ntsejmuag liab tswb tsuas thiab 1 txhia tseem nqa phom yuav tuaj sib tua thiab.
Ua ntej Hlob Vaj Pov yuav tso sawvdaws tseg nws twb Paub lawm thiab thiaj li tau Ceebtoom ua ntej tseg tias kom Hmoob TXO HWJCHIM thiab TIG LOS SIB HLUB thiaj li muaj NEEJ UA. Tiamsis Hmoob ntse dhau lawm 1 leeg hais los 1 leeg tsis yuav ziag no dej kub thiaj li los hlab Hmoob taubhau lawm. Puas yog lub ntuj yuav kawg lub tebchaws yuav tas los yog vim tus swmzeej dabtsi tiag ne kwvtij Hmoob. Dhau li lawm xyoo no lub ntiajteb muaj ntau yam ntau tsav tshwmsim txawv tshaj plaws li thiab uas yog los ntawm lub ntuj ua tawm los ua rau Neeg muaj kev puas txoj sia lawm ntaux txhiab leej nyob hauv lub qab ntuj no.
Nyob rau Lostsuas teb, Zaj nphau ntau qhov chaw ua kwj to tog cuag li twb yuav pom Zaj tiagx li thiab. 3 qhov clip vdo nram no tej zaum nej twb pom tag lawm kuv lam tso rau hauv no xwb.
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Roob Phwvlis added a topic in Hmong News, Public Relations ( Xov Xwm )Rep. Tom Garret Tau Los Lees Paub Txog Hmoob Cobfab Sab Qaumteb Hauv Lostsuas
Jul 17, 2018CWHP and UNPO Welcome US Resolution on Situation of Hmong Communities in Northern Laos
On 12 July 2018, the office of Rep. Tom Garrett (R-VA) introduced a resolution on the situation of Hmong people in Northern Laos condemning the LPDR’s repeated and ongoing assaults on Hmong communities living in the jungle. Prepared in cooperation between the office of Congressman Garrett, the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO) and the Congress of World Hmong People (CWHP), the resolution also highlights the fact that the Lao People’s Democratic Republic (LPDR) continuously rejects requests of state parties and international institutions to conduct a proper and impartial investigation into the matter. UNPO and CWHP applaud the efforts of Congressman Garrett in bringing this situation into the public light. The resolution complements initiatives taken by UNPO in Europe, where, most recently, an open letter addressed to key EU policymakers urges the European Union to take immediate action on this matter.
The Hmong people of Northern Laos have been subject to constant persecution by the Lao People’s Revolutionary Party (LPRP) since the end of the Vietnam War. In what was dubbed the “Secret War” the United States recruited Hmong fighters to counter communism in the region, but, after the end of the Vietnam War, communist forces gained control of the Laotian government and subsequently began to target the Hmong people for their role in the war. Much of the Hmong population in the country fled to the highlands of northern Laos. Currently this population faces various issues at the hands of the government including land-grabbing, arbitrary arrest, and discrimination. Most Hmong that have attempted to flee to neighboring countries endure forced repatriation with the risk of retaliation by the Laotian government upon their return. Among the policies that accelerate the plight of the Hmong are the lack of recognition of the Hmong as an indigenous minority group under national law and the government’s restriction on expression including total control over all media and the internet.
Today, the office of Congressman Tom Garrett (R-VA) introduced a resolution condemning the persecution of Hmong communities in Northern Laos. UNPO and CWHP welcome the introduction of the resolution on the systematic violation of the rights of the Hmong ChaoFa and express their appreciation for Congressman Garrett’s reference to numerous cases of extrajudicial killings and disappearances of Hmong civilians. In particular, we value the mention of the fact that by engaging in acts of violence and persecution targeting the Hmong, the LPDR not only violates international laws and the human rights treaties it is a signatory to but also deliberately defies requests by state parties, international institutions and relevant United Nations mandate holders to properly and impartially investigate the matter.
Following introduction of this resolution, Rep. Garrett introduced the following statement:
America has a duty to stand alongside our allies across the globe both during and following any military engagement. The Hmong people demonstrated bravery and loyalty to the United States and we cannot simply allow them to fall victim to retribution for their unwavering support to our great nation. It is my hope that H.Res.992 sheds light on a tragic situation and Congress can work towards this resolution of support for the Hmong people.
President Chong Lor Her, head of the ChaoFa Party since 2009, welcomed the resolution, stating that:
In my capacity as President [of the Hmong ChaoFa] in the Xaisombun Special Zone, the Phou Bia Hmong Chaofa territory, I deeply appreciate the Office of Rep. Tom Garrett who has taken initiative making this resolution a reality for the Hmong people. After our friends the Americans left, the Lao government started killing us because of our brotherhood with the US during the Vietnam War. I remember we fought together, we died together, and we lived together. After more than three decades I am still standing strong, fighting for the rights of the people and for the future of my people. Our friendship will always continue - no matter what. Please take care of my people in your country and one day, I hope, I will be able to welcome them back. Thank you!
UNPO and CWHP strongly condemn the ongoing military campaign against the Hmong people by government forces in Laos and applaud the efforts of Congressman Garrett and the House Committee on Foreign Affairs in bringing this situation into the public light and standing in solidarity with the Hmong community against the LPDR. In line with the recommendations made in the resolution, we strongly encourage LPDR to immediately cease its repeated and ongoing assaults on the Hmong community in Northern Laos and call upon the United Nations to equally condemn the actions of the LDPR and invoke the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) mechanisms as soon as possible.
Find the full text of the resolution here.
Download a press release on the resolution here.
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