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A History of the Hmong By Thomas S. Vang
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This is the first completely up-to-date Hmong history book ever written by a member of the Hmong people. It describes the earliest civilizations of the Hmong and Miao in China, and why some of the... More > Hmong migrated into Southeast Asia in the early 19th century, particularly to Vietnam, Laos and Thailand; and how the Hmong of Laos were involved with the Lao civil war, especially the secret war from 1962 to 1975 that caused almost a hundred thousand Hmong to flee to Thailand and Western countries as political refugees after the Communists takeover. This book includes the forcible repatriation of the Lao-Hmong asylum seekers at Nam Khao refugee camp in Thailand back to Laos in late 2009 and the arrest and discharge of former General Vang Pao by the U.S. authorities. "[It] is full of fascinating materials [and] a wonderful book. Congratulations," commented by Dr Nicholas C. T. Tapp, Senior Fellow in the Department of Anthropology, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, the Australian National University.< Less
Hmong History Paperback Version By Thomas Vang
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This is the first completely up-to-date Hmong history book ever written by a member of the Hmong people. It describes the earliest civilizations of the Hmong and Miao in China, and why some of the... More > Hmong migrated into Southeast Asia in the early 19th century, particularly to Vietnam, Laos and Thailand; and how the Hmong of Laos were involved with the Lao civil war, especially the secret war from 1962 to 1975 that caused almost a hundred thousand Hmong to flee to Thailand and Western countries as political refugees after the Communists takeover. This book includes the forcible repatriation of the Lao-Hmong asylum seekers at Nam Khao refugee camp in Thailand back to Laos in late 2009 and the arrest and discharge of former General Vang Pao by the U.S. authorities. "[It] is full of fascinating materials [and] a wonderful book. Congratulations," commented by Dr Nicholas C. T. Tapp, Senior Fellow in the Department of Anthropology, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, the Australian National University.< Less
Jesus for Hmong girls By Rosie Vang Her
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In this book- Jesus for Hmong Girls, you will journey with the author what Christianity looks like from the outside, from the eyes of a Hmong woman. This is a short book to open the eyes of Hmong... More > women in America, to make them see the truth and that there is a better way. We are not made for bondage and slavery, we were made for God and His purposes.< Less
The First Edition of Hmong Poems By Koom Haum
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A book containing collection of Hmong Poems. It includes: history, arts, song, language, and culture.
Jesus For Hmong Girls By Rose Vang
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Jesus for Hmong Girls- For the Hmong people of America, this is the first Christian books for Hmong women to realize their need for a Saviour, Jesus Christ
Saib Kuv - Watch Me - See The Hmong In Me By In Progress
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In Progress proudly presents a collection of photographic works by emerging artists from the Twin Cities Hmong community. The works speak to the rich diversity that exists within every culture. It... More > calls for everyone to watch and appreciate the desires, fears and aspirations of the young artists that produced the contents of this book. The works were all created through the use of digital cameras and computers and were then printed, framed and presented publicly.< Less
Saib Kuv - Watch Me - See The Hmong In Me By In Progress
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In Progress proudly presents a collection of photographic works by emerging artists from the Twin Cities Hmong community. The works speak to the rich diversity that exists within every culture. It... More > calls for everyone to watch and appreciate the desires, fears and aspirations of the young artists that produced the contents of this book. The works were all created through the use of digital cameras and computers and were then printed, framed and presented publicly.< Less
Hmong: Designs from the Indigo Batiks of Southeast Asia By Nic Tharpa Cartier
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The Hmong people of Southeast Asia are known the world over for their skill in the arts. One of their most well known traditional arts is that of batik, a textile dying technique which uses resist to... More > create bright patterns in the negative on dyed fabrics. Hmong artisans hand draw the designs in wax, and then dye the textiles in a deep blue indigo dyebath, after which the wax is removed to reveal the patterns of birds, fish, flowers, and other natural symbols. In this book, Nic Tharpa Cartier has adapted traditional Hmong batik motifs for use in henna. The book features 25 patterns which are striking and bold, full of natural symbolism and graceful energy. Patterns range from beginner to advanced levels. Become closer to nature as you explore the world of these fantastic designs!< Less
The Hmong/Hmoob Community: Walnut Grove, MN By Daniel D. Peterson
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This is booklet number seven in a series of booklet of important events and people that have shaped the small town of Walnut Grove, MN. This book gives a background history and first hand accounts of... More > the Hmong people's journey to the United States and their families.< Less
Saib Kuv - Watch Me, See The Hmong In Me By In Progress
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Saib Kuv - Watch Me, See The Hmong In Me This exhibit, commissioned by the McKnight Foundation, is the product of three years of workshops, critical dialogues, and artmaking within the Twin Cities... More > Hmong community. The artists represented in this catalog range from age six to twenty-nine. They came together as friends, relatives and artists to create a body of work that would reflect the ongoing journey of the Hmong people, as they migrate from Laos to Minnesota. The works themselves were produced through the use of digital photo cameras, computer manipulation, and in rare cases, mixed media elements.< Less