Hmong College Prep Academy, HCPA, will be hosting their annual Kindergarten Roundup for students enrolling in kindergarten for the 2020-2021 school year. In addition, the school will also host their K-5 Literacy Night the same evening.
Annual Event Provides The Opportunity To Interact With Area Professionals
Just in time for the holidays, Hmong College Prep Academy was the recent recipient of a $1,000 donation from Random Acts, a renowned national nonprofit known for their support of spreading kindness throughout the world.
Hmong College Prep Academy Girls’ Basketball Team recently began their 2019-2020 season. Coached by Brian Ness, the Lady Warriors have expanded their schedule to nineteen games.
Hmong College Prep Academy’s Honors Band and the University of St. Thomas Symphonic Band recently presented a collaborative evening of holiday, cultural and traditional music.
Funeral drums rumbled at the front of the crowd. Children and adults sat cross-legged on the ground, each holding an unlit incense stick, all bowing their heads as the Txiv Qeej bowed his qeej and raised a leg in fine performance.
This rich fairy tale, traditionally shared through oral, Hmong storytelling, is finally published by the Hmong Educational Resources Publisher, written and described by Dr. Kou Yang, with lush and colorful illustrations by Yinkong Vue.
Hmong Village, is it a village? Or a ghost town? Ntsuab has always seen it as the latter. Everywhere she looked, there was loss.
White flakes floated down slowly like falling feathers. Winter was here at last. A blanket of white fluff was all that could be seen where Yim Leej’s backyard garden of cilantro, green onions, and lemon grass used to be.
Snowflakes frosted the outside of Niam Yim Leej’s (Mrs. Yeeleng) living room window. The ice-cold windowsill shocked the pads of her thin fingers as she grasped for stability. Her legs were getting weaker, and the winter didn’t do much to help her frailness.
New tools give medical experts a new look at breast cancer detection.
Mai* and her husband Pheng* legally immigrated to the U.S. from Thailand in 2005 in a desperate attempt to improve their lives. After settling in Saint Paul with their four children, the couple learned about HAP’s job training services and enrolled in the organization’s 13-week soldering program.
Doctors are warning about how vaping can damage the lungs of teenagers. Recently, physicians spoke out about kids who landed in the hospital with severe medical problems and they suspect it is tied to vaping.
Vaccines protect children from serious diseases. As they get older, teens can get diseases they already got shots for because the protection from vaccines can wear off. This is why teens need a second dose of meningococcal vaccine at age 16.
Having a new baby is an exciting time with lots of changes. Every day brings something new for you and your baby. It can also be a time of many questions.
Hello! I hope I still have your loyal attention. Okay, so you’ve decided to really give this YouTube thing a try.
That’s a pretty good example of a good YouTube title. Titles should be catchy and should grab your attention wanting to know more.
Classic case of clickbait, did you fall for it? No, I am not quitting YouTube, but I am quitting my podcast style. Wasn’t it Jeff Bezos of Amazon who said ‘Be firm on vision but flexible on details’?
Of course, five years ago, if you asked me ‘How are your thumbnails doing?” I would naturally reply, “Well, I don’t bite them as much because I use the nail clipper.”
You have your idea, your audience and your niche. Let’s burn some money and buy a whole bunch of stuff at Best Buy. If you have lots of money you can stop reading now, if not, continue.
Kab mob kis pob cos (human papillomavirus), kuj muab hu tias HPV, yog ib yam kab mob vais lav (virus) uas nquag tshwm sim heev. Feem ntau yuav luag txhua tus yuav tau mob HPV li ntawm ib zaug nyob hauv lub neej.
(StatePoint) Consumers face major financial decisions at every stage of life. But experts say a basic understanding of financial concepts can help you make better decisions related to money management and reduce your stress at the same time.
In November 2019, Hmong Cultural Center was awarded a two year Arts grant from the McKnight Foundation. This grant will support Cultural Customs Folk Arts classes and the development of a community directory of Hmong ceremonial folk artists.
After Courts Blocked Public Charge Rule – What Immigrants Applying For Green Cards Or Visas Need To Know
Last month, district courts blocked the Trump administration’s rule that attempted to deny green cards to immigrants who fail to meet tough income tests or use public programs.
Yes, in answer to that age-old question, when a tree falls in the forest, it makes a sound.
Pack everyone up and head for the nearest state park where the entry fee on February 15, 2020 is waved. That’s right, you’ll be admitted without paying the $7 entry fee.
Wayne Boerner has a little secret he’d like to share with anyone who enjoys camping but likes to get away from all the other people that one sometimes finds at popular campgrounds. Try it in winter.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has issued its annual ice safety warning for lakes with winter aeration systems.
The next time you see a wild turkey, offer a silent thank you to the state of Missouri. Yes, Missouri. Also, consider a quiet thanks to the Department of Natural Resource wildlife specialists who trapped, moved, and ultimately helped reintroduce the once overhunted birds to the state.
Minnesota deer hunters must bring their harvested deer to sampling stations to be tested for chronic wasting disease in the central surveillance area; north-central and southeast management zones; and the southeast control zone.
Hmong Shamanism, and other traditional healing methods and herbal remedies will be described in a future installment, as we continue to interview the folks who were there.
To supplement the rice, occasional meat and vegetables that the UN rations provided, there were various means, some of which are shown in these photos, taken in Ban Vinai and Chiang Kham refugee camps.
For many of the older folks, food security weighs heavily in their recollections of everything that happened after the war, and details are still very clear in their memories.
This installment focuses on the most important aspect of life in the Hmong refugee camps in northern Thailand in the 1980s, and an even more important necessity. Photos here are from Ban Vinai refugee camp, Loei, Thailand.
In Ban Vinai refugee camp there were, spread out eventually over nine sections or zones (called Centers), nearly 400 buildings, with around 4,000 rooms, which were for families, so rooms typically had from six to twelve family members.