Cultural Comparisons between Ojibwe and Hmong Heritages Daubon 2 As sciences have advanced in anthropology and genetics they have increasingly shown evidence that human populations may have all come from one source (Meredith, 2011). Such genetic similarities and the characteristics they produce, as well as similarities within cultures and among social behaviors have intrigued me […]
Hmong Cultural Profile Country of Origin The Hmong people relocated throughout their history, maintaining a strong sense of cultural identity and independence. Evidence suggests the Hmong lived in Siberia as similarities are seen between the Hmong and Siberian shaman practices. Chinese text suggests the Hmong originated in 2300 B.C. E. in northern central Asia, the […]
Hmong Cultural Center Receives Multi-Year Grant from the Henry Luce Foundation to Support the Hmong Resource Center Library In November 2013, Hmong Cultural Center was awarded a 3-year grant from the Henry Luce Foundation of New York to support activities of the Hmong Resource Center Library, including expansion and maintenance of the physical research collection, […]
Interesting statement… NEA: What else do you want people to know about the Hmong Cultural Center? “We perform at Native American cultural events, and at schools in St. Paul.” Art Talk with Txongpao Lee Of the Hmong Cultural Center August 24, 2010 | By Sally Gifford | St. Paul, Minnesota | NEA: What else do […]
Cultural Identity in Post-Modern Society: Reflections on What Is a Hmong? Mythical Origin | Members.Ozemail.Com.Au “Anyone familiar with the Hmong knows the legend of the Great Flood and the incestuous marriage between a brother and his sister, the only two persons left on earth after the deluge. The Hmong and their many clans are said […]
Cultural Identity in Post-Modern Society: Reflections on What Is a Hmong? CONCLUSION | Members.Ozemail.Com.Au “I have taken a post-modern approach to my discussion of Hmong cultural identity. This, I believe, is the most appropriate now of world history and the development of the Hmong. Human societies have now reached the stage where they now actively […]
Cultural Identity in Post-Modern Society: Reflections on What Is a Hmong? Being Hmong is Living in a House of Many Rooms | Members.Ozemail.Com.Au “An American Anthropologist, Clyde Kluckhohn (246), once said that “human life should remain as a house of many rooms.” The world no longer operates as if human societies are isolated from each […]
Saint Paul Mayor Coleman Proclaims Hmong Cultural Center Day in the City of Saint Paul, December 12, 2012: Hmong Cultural Center of Minnesota December 7, 2012 at 5:39pm | Www.Facebook.Com Saint Paul Mayor Coleman Proclaims Hmong Cultural Center Day in the City of Saint Paul, December 12, 2012: Www.Hmongcc.Org.