A Hmong American family in Minnesota heard a sudden knock on their door in the wee hours of Sunday morning.
It was their newspaper delivery person alerting them of a horrendous sight.
Someone had spray painted the words “chink” in large black letters across their garage door, reported CBS Minnesota
Their … Read more
More than 100,000 attendees will head to Fresno this week for the three-day-long Hmong International New Year celebration, reports ABC30 News.
Throughout the fairgrounds, people will be playing games and wearing formal Hmong costumes, traditions brought from overseas that the celebration hopes to keep intact over the generations. More than 200 vendors can be … Read more
The state of Minnesota has 247,132 Asians residing there, according to the 2010 Census. That is an increase of 4.7 percent in ten years (Photo from Center of Hmong Arts and Talent in St. Paul, Minnesota).
Asians are the fastest growing ethnic group in the state.
Minnesota has the second largest Hmong American population … Read more
By Tracey Ross
Whether it’s the debate over immigration reform or reports on the future of a “majority minority” nation, conversations around our changing demographics often center on the growth of the Latino population. While this is understandable given that much of the demographic shifts are attributed to Latinos, the number of Asian … Read more
By Wayne Yang
It’s the week after the ABC premiere of Fresh Off The Boat and there has been a lot of racket—both strongly for and against the program. Those for the sitcom speak about how accurate the story describes their lives or how they can identify with the characters. One in particular is … Read more
16-year old Chonny Vang of Fresno, California should be held up as an example to young people everywhere(photo of Hmong story cloth from Minnesota Historical Society).
She sat down with her mother to listen to her heart-wrenching story about coming to America. It’s an important exercise in not only to moving emotionally closer to … Read more
11-year old Lucy Li recently became the youngest person ever to qualify for the US Women’s Open .
You can now add another young remarkable Asian American teen to the qualifying list.
Paul Lo has been sworn in as Superior Court judge in the California Central Valley county of Merced–becoming the first Hmong American judge in the nation, reports KGPE.
If being the first comes with extra pressure, Lo says he feels well prepared.
“There was already pressure at an early age,” Lo said. “A lot … Read more