The historical migration of the Hmong. The Hmong claim an origin in the Yellow
River region of China. According to Ratliff, there is linguistic evidence to suggest
Hmong people generally come from the hill and mountain area just south of
China. According to genetic evidence, Hmong people lived in China for 2000
Nov 21, 2007 ... Dr. Lee studied Hmong populations throughout the world. Dr. Lee ... More then
200,000 have come to the U.S. since 1975. Almost all of this ...
The Hmong are sometimes referred to as the Meo in Laos, Thailand, and
Vietnam. In China ..... Kuv tuaj —"I've come"; and Mus ho tuaj —"Come again." It
is not ...
Aug 13, 2002 ... Why the Hmong People are in America. Essay on the Hmongs by Jeff Lindsay.
May 1, 2007 ... Chinese text suggests the Hmong originated in 2300 B.C. E. in northern central
Asia, the area of present day Mongolia. Over centuries, people ...
Sep 8, 2015 ... The Hmong people are an ethnic group originating from the mountainous areas
in the south of China. Their name comes from the dialect they ...
The issue of Hmong origin was often raised during my stay in the United States. It
is specially interesting to hear many Hmong brothers and sisters ask me: "Are ...
Feb 15, 2012 ... Included also are some tips for teachers when working with Hmong students and
families. Who are ... How and why did they come to America?
Feb 27, 2014 ... The Miao nationality includes Hmong/Mong people as well as other .... that place
the origin of the Hmong/Mong people in Mesopotamia, ...