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Hmong News Collection (Newest to Oldest)
Year 2000 and Earlier
  • China: New Airport to be Built in Western Guizhou Province
  • Four children die in fire in northern Vietnam
  • Mysterious Bomb Blasts Hit Laos
  • FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF MINNEAPOLIS LAUNCHES SURVEY TO AID LOAN PERSONNEL WHO LEND TO HMONG BUSINESS ENTREPRENEURS
  • In brief: Death sentence
  • Study: Hmong ignoring fish dangers, eating contaminated fish
  • China: Tourism Helps The Poor Out of Poverty
  • Q & A ON THE NEWS
  • Hmong seek solutions at community meeting; Recent violent deaths prompt dialogue
  • Robbers ransack home, take money, jewelry, Christmas presents
  • Hmong leaders trying to curb violence
  • Leaders encourage Hmong to seek counseling
  • Literary journal one of few outlets for Hmong writers and poets
  • Joshua Vang, 54, spread Christianity among Asian refugees
  • Hmong to be surveyed on credit use
  • US embassy reviving investigation into disappeared Hmong-Americans
  • Open air museum
  • Chinese Ethnic Group To Hold "Lusheng Festival"
  • China: English comes to an impoverished Chinese village
  • China: First Economic Fair Staged by Three Southern Provinces
  • Hmong Farmers Face Loss of Leased Land in Rosemount, Minn.
  • Lowell's Growing Pains Some parents disagree with principal's approach
  • Where tragedy struck, hope now lives
  • Amendment to Hmong citizenship law signed
  • European Parliament Delegation Visits Guizhou
  • 5 more languages for court interpreters
  • Cave Dwellers in Southwest China Move Out
  • Hmong teen-agers say they struggle between two cultures
  • Statehouse candidate airs ads that break mold
  • Senate OKs bill to help widows of Hmong vets
  • Judge hears custody dispute in slaying case
  • A healthy impatience pulls Hmong to politics
  • Ex-CIA Man Aids Laos War Widows
  • Video explains how to vote
  • Exiled prince calls for democracy in Laos
  • Laotian farmers produce for farmers markets
  • Forgotten widows of Vietnam fight last battle for US passports
  • Laos rejects rights abuse charges by Voice of Free Asia
  • Forgotten widows of Vietnam fight last battle for US passports
  • COMMENT / REPORTING EVENTS IN LAOS:
  • Party faces probe
  • House extends citizenship bill to Hmong widows
  • FOR HMONG REFUGEES, A PLACE TO RELAX;
  • Laos rejects human rights abuse charges
  • Hmong move to ease rift with lowlanders
  • Commentary: Hmong and Thai must live together
  • Hmong shaman inhabits 2 worlds
  • Hmong seek to put new citizenship law into action
  • Hmong women building bridges
  • Laos and the still mighty dollar
  • PREPARED TESTIMONY OF REVEREND PHAHER
  • Is Twin Cities man gone without a trace?
  • Highland farmers in shock over attack on lychee orchards
  • BORDER / PLA KANG ORCHARD RAID: Hmong dignity 'crushed'
  • Lowlanders threaten new raid on Hmong
  • Officials' hand in raid denied
  • Commentary: Why the racial violence now?
  • HILLTRIBE DISPUTE: Plodprasop rules out intervention; Raid seen as a way of settling old scores
  • Thousands under threat of eviction: Declaration of park destroys livelihood
  • Misplaced Loyalty Asian gangs lure teens to life of crime
  • Vets teach yong men discipline - and fun; Mike Force is a training program, not a guy. The purpose of its military format is to help teens _ most of them American-born Hmong _ develop confidence and good citizenship.
  • Ethel Gould assisted refugees, taught school
  • City plans signs in Hmong, Spanish to help people vote
  • TRIANGLE ETHNIC FEST SLATED FOR SUNDAY
  • Urban agriculture becomes increasingly difficult task for Hmong farmers
  • Plan to move Burmese refugees to border scrapped; Burma closes border post
  • Exiled resistance leader denies supporting Laos bombings
  • Hmong-American still missing after vanishing en route to Laos
  • Rebels, internal dissent threaten Laos
  • Hmongs keep past present; Ancient culture lives in music classes
  • Exiled resistance leader denies supporting Laos bombings
  • Asian Americans focus of L.A. hearing Fresno County speaks to a presidential commission.
  • Laos: Land of political mystery
  • Minnesota lawmakers seek more money for Hmong citizenship law
  • Ceremony to honor 'secret war' Hmong helped U.S. battle N. Vietnamese
  • An Indochina Flashback: Old Tremors Rock Laos
  • Confusion about new law hampers citizenship drive by Hmong veterans
  • St. Paul, Minn.-Area Hmong Farm Culture Fades to Social, Economic Concerns
  • Deposed Lao family adds royal touch to Farmington temple; Families gather for day of worship and rememberance
  • Finally, a burial for 'a good soul'
  • Questions of fairness follow rape trial verdict Hmong community is affected, defense lawyers say.
  • Hmong war widows forgotten by new law
  • Advocate groups say some Hmong unsure about new citizen law; Eligibility is not given to all
  • Hanoi acknowledges Hmong's Vang Pao threat in Laos
  • Laos is in the grip of uneasy unrest, fuelled by improving links between its minority groups; No smoke without fire
  • Laos blames US-based Hmong for Laos blasts: report
  • Young producers create 'Hmong Talk'
  • WAT THAM KRABOK: Blast linked to drug conflict
  • In any tongue, they want to be American
  • Meeting held to clarify rules for Hmong veterans to become citizens
  • Tradition With a Twist
  • Wisconsin Teen Gets Life for Killing Hmong Youth
  • 3 Hurt in Laos Blast
  • Rights group pushes US to let in last Hmong refugees
  • Bomb explosion at notorious Thai temple injures seven
  • Lao rights group to lobby US to take in 116 Hmong - Last batch at Napho dreads repatriation
  • Anti-Hmong rally
  • A fitting tradition
  • Office opens for Hmong Citizenship
  • 15 Dead in Laos Helicopter Crash
  • 6 Hurt in Thailand Bomb Explosion
  • US-based Lao group accuses Laos of persecuting Hmong people
  • Laotian delegation visits Vietnam amid mounting unrest
  • Laos scoffs at military aid reports
  • Top Laotian army commander visits Vietnam amid mounting unrest
  • Laos unfounded phobia of Thailand
  • Laotian PM blames ethnic rebels for blasts
  • Upsurge in rebel attacks forces new Vietnamese intervention in Laos
  • Negative attention hurts Hmong efforts
  • Diversions
  • Area Hmong strive to keep their culture alive
  • Hmong pair presented with check for $15,000
  • Asian shops urge continued effort to build retail district
  • Clinton signs Hmong citizenship bill
  • Guizhou to Host Ethnic Garment Festival
  • Wildflowers and waterfalls
  • CHINA'S OTHER WALL
  • China: Rare Ethnic Clothing Exhibited in SW Province
  • China: UNESCO Calls for Protecting Ethnic Costumes
  • China: Ancient Border Wall Found in Hunan
  • China: Secluded world of ethnic groups dazzles visitors
  • Ladies' night out down in Miao country
  • China: Officials Who Release Suspect Imprisoned
  • CHINA: Scenic Spots Under Construction
  • SW China's Scenic Spots Under Construction
  • China to Build Three More Ecological Museums
  • SW CHINA WITNESSING BOOMING BOOK MARKET
  • China: GUANGXI INT'L FOLK SONG ART FESTIVAL OPENS
  • China: Touch of the modern world
  • China: Fight for a healthy state of mind
  • China: New thinking brings success to Miao people
  • China: 1999 international great wall art festival opens
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