Dr. Brian Vangtou Xiong is the first Hmong professor and the first Hmong doctoral student to graduate from Minnesota State University, Mankato in Counselor Education and Supervision with an emphasis on College Student Affairs.
St. Paul – In response to Dakota County Attorney’s decision on St. Paul City Council member Dai Thao, attorney Joe Dixon has the following statement:
The Saint Paul-based Hmong Studies Journal is pleased to announce the publication of volume 18. An internet-based journal, the Hmong Studies Journal is the only peer-reviewed academic publication devoted to the scholarly discussion of Hmong history, Hmong culture, Hmong people, and other facets of the Hmong experience in the U.S., Asia and around the world.
In 1997 the Hmong 18 Council was formed in Minnesota. Wanthai Vang, President of the Hmong 18 Council explained that the council functions similar to a city council.
This 9-week course is an in depth study designed to grow organic farmers and the knowledge needed for whole farm planning and management using the principles and practices of organic agro-ecological farming.
2018 will be a historical year for the Minnesota Hmong community and its ancestral homeland in Hunan, China. Through a partnership with the St. Paul-Changsha China Friendship Garden, cultural artwork will be exchanged.
2017 was a very eventful year for the Hmong community locally, nationally and internationally. The Hmong Times takes a look back at some of the top stories of 2017.
With frigid temperatures expected for much of next week, the Minnesota Department of Commerce encourages eligible Minnesotans to get help paying their heating bills, stay safe through the state’s Energy Assistance Program.
A former Brooklyn Center woman has been charged in an investment fraud involving a nonexistent ginseng farm and targeting members of the Minnesota Hmong community. Casino and horse track records indicate that she spent much of the money on gambling.
As part of its mission to serve as a trusted public resource for consumers, the Minnesota Department of Commerce has added translated versions of key consumer information on its website (mn.gov/commerce). The translated languages include Hmong, Somali and Spanish.