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Hmong News Collection (Newest to Oldest)
Year 2001
  • Fresno mayor announces plans for a local Hmong war memorial
  • Hmong put a new spin on an old game...
  • Hmong unite for family day
  • Bridging Hmong tradition and law
  • Rare Ethnic Costumes, Ornaments to Be Exhibited in HK, XINHUA
  • Delegates split between two-term legislator; Hmong lawyer
  • Christmas with the Hmong (Vietnam)
  • MUSIC ANCIENT RHYTHMS PASSED ON
  • Refugees face hardship in landing jobs
  • Court-ordered 'elimination of bias' seminars threaten freedom of thought
  • Lia's choice...
  • Volunteers from as far as Texas helped build Milwaukee's first Hmong church
  • They earned it
  • MODESTO BAHA'I COMMUNITY OPENS DOORS...
  • Community proudly carries on its biggest tradition
  • Lao "secret army" celebrates victory in citizenship battle
  • Bush Signs Hmong Citizenship Extension
  • Masked men invade North Side house...
  • New year honors tradition and today
  • ...return to Thailand to offer medical aid
  • Hmong start New Year's celebrations
  • Ethnic, national pride mingle at Holiday Folk Fair
  • CULTURE HMONG RING IN NEW YEAR
  • new ways on farm subsidies
  • Language extension for allies backed
  • Justice spending bill takes different tacks on immigrants
  • HMONG NEW YEAR
  • HMONG CELEBRATE THEIR ONE HOLIDAY WITH FLAIR
  • Uncle Thai's is now serving
  • Lao "secret army" in last battle for citizenship
  • SYMBOLS AND LIP SERVICE TO PATRIOTISM ARE NOT HIS STYLE
  • SHWAW VANG: AMERICAN
  • COURTS TRY TO BRIDGE CULTURE GAP
  • New Illinois Center to Study Effects of Consuming Toxicants
  • Hmong face tough fight to extend citizenship Terror attacks
  • Hmong house was burned to avenge fight
  • Hmong activists face problems in Washington
  • YUNNAN'S MINORITY GROUPS TO STAGE SONG AND DANCE CULTURE
  • Community blooms in mended garden Southeast Fresno neighborhood celebrates repairs of vandalism
  • Nurse bridges Central Valley's cultural divide Shamans visit hospital operating rooms
  • Opening; HUSH-HUSH
  • FEDERAL GRANT WILL KEEP KAJSIAB HOUSE OPEN
  • Community must grow together
  • Palm Bluffs adds realty Colliers Tingey sets up new headquarters in north Fresno
  • HMONG CENTER HOPES FUNDING LETS IT LIVE ON
  • A new push toward U.S. citizenship
  • Waiver helps Hmong embrace citizenship
  • Valley Hmong raise $68,284 for new homeland
  • From Laos to America: an organic farmer's tale
  • Refugee grants available
  • Wellstone attaches Hmong provision to bill
  • Hmong family's journey typical of many
  • Nation's Hmong population increased by 88% in the '90s
  • Fresno's Hmong leave for new lives High unemployment spurs many to pursue dreams elsewhere
  • Christians walk the streets of St. Paul to 'speak peace'
  • State funds Hmong center $40,000
  • Colin Powell's trip to Vietnam
  • Vietnam concerned over rise in homemade rifles
  • Three Ethnic Prefectures Involve in West China Development
  • Youths of Southeast Asian heritage enroll in program
  • New body proposed to referee water wars
  • Leader urges Hmong to preserve culture
  • Nurse fights cultural, language obstacles
  • Hmong population in St. Paul & Ramsey County
  • Fair's first Hmong band is musically unsatisfying
  • Hmong dishes shine at Foodsmart
  • 15 Dead, 20 Missing in Floods in Southwest China
  • California still home to most Southeast Asians, but many leaving
  • Laos-to-U.S. road wasn't smooth
  • Greens grown to fight lead hazards
  • Empowered to perform marriages in Laos
  • China: Alternative Energy Resources Change Life of Rural
  • Hmong legal guide completed
  • Thai man with world's longest hair dies
  • Thai man with world's longest hair dies
  • Man reputed to have longest hair dies after stroke
  • Duluth Group aims to ease transition for Hmong
  • AN ETHNICALLY RICH SUMMER FOR THESE ASIAN STUDENTS
  • VALLEY LIFE EDUCATION
  • Five charged with hate crimes
  • Farmers blamed for deforestation
  • Lao vets of US "secret army" become Americans
  • Upper Midwest replaces California as heart of Hmong community in U.S.
  • More Hmong find home in Midwest
  • HILLTRIBES STILL BATTLING DISCRIMINATION
  • Bay Area lure to people in all of Asia
  • Children taught own customs as well as national curriculum
  • Census: More Hmong make St. Paul home
  • Mother charged with stabbing children to undergo more tests
  • Shoppers of the funky, useful find heaven at fair
  • A humbling welcome in land U.S. bombed for nine years
  • Last Architect of Ethnic Wooden Buildings
  • Hmong not doing what they should
  • Technical glitch blocks citizenship to Hmongs
  • Sheriff: Time to gang up on gangs
  • Bill seeks Hmong citizenship extension Special program to aid war veterans has small turnout
  • Hmong May Get Citizenship Extension
  • Census 2000
  • Minnesota Hmong population more than doubles
  • First generation of Hmong in America torn between past and future
  • Citizenship law expire in November
  • Extension of Hmong citizenship program sought
  • A look at the U.S. Hmong population
  • Police watch Asian gangs
  • Mother has history of mental illness
  • Two children dead; mother in critical condition
  • Mother arrested in deaths of two young daughters
  • A look at the U.S. Hmong population
  • Time running out on Hmong citizenship law
  • 3-year-old 'sweetheart' remembered at funeral
  • A traditional tribute for a young victim
  • Hmong group asks people to seek help for mental illness
  • EDITORIAL Close used-van loophole
  • Mother has history of mental illness
  • Opium find
  • 'THAO SURANAREE': Laos seeking film balance
  • More fines urged in illegal van sales
  • 2 children found dead in St. Paul dwelling
  • Dykes to be built in the North
  • BACKGROUND IN THE FOREFRONT
  • Details of crash pieced together
  • Teen injured in van crash recovering from surgery
  • Church may have to pay for wrecked van
  • Denver's Hmong mourn 5 who died in crash on way to Idaho Christian retreat
  • CLANS HELP DEFINE HMONG LOYALTIES
  • Wa shift drug bases from Burma to Laos
  • In Population Ranks, An Ascent of Asians
  • Hmong farmers in California
  • Man whose conviction was overturned for racial bias sentenced on reduced charge
  • Thailand:Hmongs are not separatists
  • 'You feel like you belong'
  • Hmong tournament to mark its 21st year
  • China: Perfection from paper an art form
  • Thousands of Minnesotans celebrate first Fourth as citizen
  • Thailand:Newspaper article makes Hmong irate
  • Thailand: Five panels to look into temple issue
  • Loan program established for Twin Cities Hmong
  • Restaurateurs sample Hmong growers' wares
  • VietnamWorld News in Brief
  • From Farm to Restaurant Former
  • Scholarship can mean a new life
  • WAT THAM KRABOK: Tighter controls urged on Hmong
  • A day for refugees
  • Appeals Court affirms conviction for Hmong festival shooter
  • HMONG FIND HELPFUL HINTS ON THE INTERNET
  • Asian cultures take a bow at festival
  • After years of renting, Hmong family purchases farm
  • Farm heritage lives on with area Hmong
  • DRUGS: Six arrested in raids on hilltribe villages
  • DRUG SUPPRESSION: Half a million pills seized, 19 arrested (Thailand)
  • Oath-taking (Laos)
  • Racially diverse students not integrating at school
  • School for fledgling growers is boon for immigrants, too
  • Sheboygan City Council opposes Hmong memorial in park
  • Vietnam's Other Side
  • Judge puts Hmong man step closer to release
  • Cargo destined for Hmong drug unit
  • Deportable Southeast Asians are being held indefinitely by INS
  • NEWER IMMIGRANTS PLAN FESTIVAL FOR ALL
  • Asians: Some groups doubled numbers
  • Vang is arrested for drunken driving
  • Vang cited for OWI
  • Festival season is ready to pop with action
  • Pesticides' effects studied Hmong groups
  • Fire kills 1,000 birds
  • 'Clear picture
  • Get ready to greet some literary bigwigs
  • Ragged spiritual rebels the remnants of former CIA-backed Hmong army
  • Thailand: Police officer accused of swindling Hmong farmers
  • NATIVE CULTURE, IN A NEW LAND
  • Hmong need advice, support to succeed in U.S.
  • Valley residents want politics out
  • Art in the Park features quilts, music, crafts
  • An AP California Farming feature
  • China to Build Expressway Between Chongqing, Hunan
  • Legitimacy of child bride's marriage questioned
  • Lead paint's effects stitched in quilt
  • Summer Fun Wondering whether to send your kids to camp?
  • A tiger by the tale; Theater partnership brings Hmong folk stories to stage
  • Hmong create place to connect
  • A Singing Heart: A Hmong woman pursues her dream of performing opera
  • Taking a peek under St. Paul's new Big Top; Circus...
  • Man pleads guilty to sexual assault
  • Farming Out Ideas Valley farm incubator exchanges ideas to help small farmers
  • Hmong families file suit over treatment during law enforcement sweeps
  • JUDGE TO RULE ON INTERPRETER
  • EVENT CELEBRATES LAO NEW YEAR
  • WIFE-KILLER FAILS TO WIN NEW TRIAL
  • UW MED SCHOOL COURSE TEACHES CROSS-CULTURAL UNDERSTANDING
  • 2 GET JAIL IN BEATING OF AFRICAN MAN
  • UNHCR poised to wind down 26-year program in Laos
  • Vietnam official newspaper admits Hmong exodus from northern mountains
  • VANG SNAGS SPOT ON SCHOOL BOARD
  • Milwaukee still ranks among the nation's most segregated cities
  • MARRIED HIGH-SCHOOLER IS ONE OF 41 HONOREES
  • China's Hainan island at a glance With China-US Plane
  • Culture-sharing event aims to aid students
  • Asians from near and far are putting down roots
  • Refugee Outreach
  • Daughter tells of violence before slaying
  • Local Healthcare Providers Develop Unique Video Aimed at Educating Hmong On Western Childbirth Practices
  • Hmong entrepreneur born to lead
  • Growing diversity evident in state's schools
  • State acquiring Asian flavor
  • Hmong Health Connection
  • A Niche and a Need Many Hmong seek out radio and television shows in their native language (USA)
  • 30 graduate students receive fellowships geared to 'New Americans' (USA)
  • Testing, testing; Standardized tests do not fit all students (USA)
  • Hmong Times to publish in spite of fire (USA)
  • The emperor's blue clothes (VIETNAM)
  • Writers share cultural stories
  • Christianity, shamanism come together with Minnesota's Hmong population
  • St. Paul fire destroys 2 buildings
  • CHINA'S RURAL CHRISTIANS KEEP UP THE FAITH
  • Hmong Association hiring court liaison worker
  • US-based group urges ASEAN to protest presence of Vietnamese troops
  • Yunnan to Hold Local Products Festival
  • School dispute sparks student
  • Western China tries to surf tourism wave
  • Research meeting concentrates on Chinese music
  • Dressing up
  • Zeng shows his hobby to the country
  • Girls of Miao ethnic minority dancing in their national costumes (China)
  • Custom, courts collide in many Hmong unions (USA)
  • Dispute developing over proposed Hmong memorial (USA)
  • Some criticize war memorial for Hmong (USA)
  • Art renaissance forged from life
  • Vietnam, a mosaic of 54 ethnic groups
  • Asian Gangs in the Twin Cities
  • Asian gang violence in Twin Cities on the decline
  • Asian gang violence has nose-dived
  • Tax help (USA)
  • China: Number of people from ethnic groups promoted to leading posts rises
  • Oversight of police is citizen right (USA)
  • Twin Cities woman revisits roots with Hmong Women's Oral History Project
  • The old and the new, NATION
  • Laos struggles to clear leftover US bombs
  • Hmong show celebration to world Fresno also showcased to thousands in attendance (USA)
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