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Fresno Dance Competition 2009 (Team 5)

Fresno Hmong New Year 2009 Finale dance competition. The team was named # 5 Nkauj hmoob Yaj Yuam. They tied for 2nd place with Team # 4 (Ntxhais Paj Ntaub). Congratulations!

PAJ LIS YAJ TSHUAB QEEJ PAJ NTAUB PART1

PAJ LIS YAJ TSHUAB QEEJ PAJ NTAUB PART1

Ancient Hmong Writing System (Part 3 of 7)

I am not the speaker, the narrator is an elder I work with to help preserve the Hmong culture and history. The elder also helps explain the history of the ancient Hmong written language in parts 4 and onward. It is the wish of all elder Hmong that we teach anyone and everyone who wishes to learn about the Hmong, their culture, and history. This video is meant to help Hmong speaking individuals understand the ancient Hmong writing system and its history. The consonants, vowels, tone indicators, and numerals will be discussed over the course of these 7 video clips. I will help make an informative documentary for our English speaking viewers at a later date. The first two consonants on Part 1 of 7 are the Hmong RPA equivalents of “Hm” and “M”. Information from this link will help show more Hmong Romanized Popular Alphabet (RPA) equivalents: hmoobvwj.com It has been said many times that the Hmong have never had a written language until recently; however, this is not true. This writing system is believed to be ancient because oral history records it has been in use ever since if not before the Peb Hmoob Kingdom (San Miao 2200 BC). It is true the Hmong have a rich history of oral culture but there’s a good reason why. After the fall of the Hmong kingdom, the Hmong had no choice but to flee their homeland to avoid being sinicized or persecuted. Naturally, higher ground gives one a military advantage, so their ancestors from long ago migrated into the mountains of China to keep

fresno new year hmong ball 08-09: 1st day

watch the mv in high quality, please!! -2nd place winner: tied with nkauj hmoob yaj yuam -ntxhais paj ntaub please rate or favorite it..

WHAT IS PUBLIC HEALTH TO YOU?

Do you know what public health is? Thank you to all public health professionals for your passion and hard work. Created by: Katy Gruetzmacher Leah Meidl, RN Kristie Rauter, BS Erica Sherman, RN Paj Ntaub Vang, BS Tyler Zastava, MPH, CHES A special thank you to all the businesses and community members that participated. www.co.wood.wi.us www.facebook.com

Ancient Hmong Writing System (Part 6 of 7)

I am not the speaker, the narrator is an elder I work with to help preserve the Hmong culture and history. The elder also helps explain the history of the ancient Hmong written language in parts 4 and onward. It is the wish of all elder Hmong that we teach anyone and everyone who wishes to learn about the Hmong, their culture, and history. This video is meant to help Hmong speaking individuals understand the ancient Hmong writing system and its history. The consonants, vowels, tone indicators, and numerals will be discussed over the course of these 7 video clips. I will help make an informative documentary for our English speaking viewers at a later date. The first two consonants on Part 1 of 7 are the Hmong RPA equivalents of “Hm” and “M”. Information from this link will help show more Hmong Romanized Popular Alphabet (RPA) equivalents: hmoobvwj.com It has been said many times that the Hmong have never had a written language until recently; however, this is not true. This writing system is believed to be ancient because oral history records it has been in use ever since if not before the Peb Hmoob Kingdom (San Miao 2200 BC). It is true the Hmong have a rich history of oral culture but there’s a good reason why. After the fall of the Hmong kingdom, the Hmong had no choice but to flee their homeland to avoid being sinicized or persecuted. Naturally, higher ground gives one a military advantage, so their ancestors from long ago migrated into the mountains of China to keep

Become a Pastor's Kid

Hmong American writers Kaying Thao reads an excerpt from his memoir at Camden Coffee Company in Minneapolis in December 2006. His works have been presented in the journal Ntaub Paj Voice Hmong literary.

Chong Thao: Hmong seamstress

Chong Thao practice the art of traditional Hmong embroidery ntaub PAJ. Sometimes called ntaub cloth flower PAJ remains very popular among the Hmong immigrants in the United States. The symbolic designs are often represented by forms in nature and are used in traditional clothes and carpets, tapestries and other means of cloth. During and after the Vietnam War, hundreds of thousands of Hmong immigrated to the United States, Laos and Vietnam. After staying in refugee campsin Thailand, have resettled in cities like Seattle, where he is currently Chong Thai. His work at the Museum of the History of the State of Washington of the show, "with our hands" can be seen www.washingtonhistory.org

Nkauj hmoob Phuv Npiab @ Hmong Idol 2010

(Pronounced MISS ALL OUR NAME) My girls without meee! They were sooo awesome! (((: Dancers:. Nkauj hmoob Phuv Npiab / LC 1 Ariel Lee Yer Xiong Chang Alyssa May 2 3 4 5 6 Maimai Xiong Xiong Yer Xiong Melina …..

Nkauj Hmoob paj Ntaub 2

Fresno, CA Water Festival 2008