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Dr.Virginia Henderson Elementary LMC: Hmong Culture Resouces

Welcome to Henderson Elementary LMC! You can find many fun and exciting links on this site to help you in your learning. Please ask Ms. Engle if you have any questions.

Hmong Dance

Music

Hmong Food

Informatioon

The Hmong (pronounced mung) are members of an ethnic group that lived for thousands of years in southwestern China. But when the Chinese began limiting their freedom in the 1600s, many migrated to Laos, Thailand and other neighboring countries.

Counting in Hmong

Hmong Words

Some Hmong words and phrases as written using RPA (spelling may vary):

  • Hmong: Hmoob (Mung)
  • Hello: nyob zoo (nah zhong)
  • Goodbye: Sib ntsib dua (She jee doua)
  • How are you?Koj nyob li cas (Gaw nyaw lee cha)
  • My name isKuv lub npe yog (Goo loo bae yaw)

Threads of Life

Art

Hmong Folktale