Hmong Times Newspaper takes pride in reporting on the wide range of arts and cultural events that take place in Hmong community. On the Arts page you will find articles covering musical performances to the upcoming art exhibits. If you are interested in the finer things in life this is where you want to be.
Paris needs no introduction, it is the city of lights and the city of love. For as long as I could remember, it was on the top of my list of places to visit and earlier this year, on impulse, I purchased a ticket and checked it off. Regrets? Not here.
I bought and read a magnificent non-fiction book called A History of the Hmong: From Ancient Times To The Modern World Diaspora, written by Thomas S. Vang. Mr. Vang took me on a journey into the past of the Hmong civilization.
On November 18 and 19, Yengtha Her’s new film Vampire Reborn premiered at AMC Rosedale Theater. This film is the sequel to the 2015 film “The Legendary Vampire,” which takes place 1,000 years ago in China.
The Saint Paul Public Library is hosting three Qhia Dab Neeg, Best of the Fest Short Films screenings in November.
Saymoukda Vongsay does not consider herself a musician. She said, “I know to stay in my lane.” But she does like a handful of musicals, though she is picky…