Trade Relations With US At Risk
- Political Transmigrants: Rethinking Hmong Political Activism in America. Vang, Nengher N. // Hmong Studies Journal;2011, Vol. 12, Special section p1
Since the initial resettlement of the Hmong in the United States in the mid-1970s, they have maintained strong political and military relationships with the Lao People's Democratic Republic (LPDR). Yet, there is little research on that relationship and the involvement of the Hmong in the United...
- Hmong Games. Xiong, Kao // Skipping Stones;Mar/Apr2002, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p26
Provides information on the games of the Hmong people. Rules in a rock game; Importance of ball tossing in celebrating Hmong holidays.
- The Hmong legacy of honor, tragedy. Wagner, David // Insight on the News;08/31/98, Vol. 14 Issue 32, p12
Presents a historical review on the life of the Hmong mountain dwellers of Laos. Honoring of the Hmong-American community by the United States Congress on May 1997; Background information on the Hmong culture and national identity; Reference to the book `Tragic Mountians: The Hmong, the...
- The role of religious affiliation in refugee resettlement: The case of the Hmong. Winland, Daphne N. // Canadian Ethnic Studies;
Examines the role of religious affiliation in refugee resettlement of the Hmong in Canada. Conversion of Hmong to Christianity; Hmong symbolic and meaning system; Dynamics of group leadership, social status and indigenous belief systems.
- HMONG REVISITED. // ASEANAffairs;Jan/Feb2010, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p31
The article explores the plight of Hmong, an ancient tribe in Laos.
- Hmong Culture Club as a Place of Belonging: The Cultivation of Hmong Students' Cultural and Political Identities. Bic Ngo // Journal of Southeast Asian American Education & Advancement;2015 Special, Vol. 10 Issue 2, preceding p1
In this article, I draw on a year-long ethnographic study of an after school "Hmong Culture Club" to illuminate the ways in which it provides students with a place of belonging. I reveal the ways in which Hmong students in this setting take up ideologies of multiculturalism in response to a...
- Thailand Rebuffs U.S. and U.N., Forces Hmong to Return to Laos. // Vietnam;Apr2010, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p10
The article reports on the decision of Thai officials to deport 4,500 ethnic Hmong back to Laos despite the urge of the U.S. and other Western countries in resettling any Hmong who are deemed to be refugees.
- THE LAST BUS. Ranard, Donald A. // Atlantic (02769077);Oct87, Vol. 260 Issue 4, p26
Comments on the reluctance of the Hmong people to go to the U.S. Solutions to refugee problems; Factors contributing to the success of Hmong refugees in the U.S.
- Reflections on "Crossing Borders in Birthing Practices": Hmong in Northern Thailand and Saint Paul, Minnesota. Culhane-Pera, Kathleen A. // Hmong Studies Journal;2014 Special Issue, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p1
As a family physician and medical anthropologist, I have interacted with pregnant women and their families in Minnesota since 1983 and in one Hmong village in Northern Thailand since 1988. In the previous article I describe our recent research about Hmong families' pregnancy and birth practices...