I have a Facebook page for A Hmong Woman. Not only do I update there when I post something here, but I also share articles, links, thoughts, etc. If you’re on Facebook, like my page. I am also on Instagram (@yangmb). I have been getting questions about my personal life; who I am, where I live, what my interests… Continue reading Online Social Networks
A Hmong Woman is my personal blog—ramblings, opinions, blahs of my thoughts. This blog is a medium for me to express myself on the world wide web and serves as a forum for discussion. I am not an expert nor have I done extensive research on the Hmong culture and community for this blog to… Continue reading A Little Bit of Housekeeping
Oh my gosh! It has been almost two months! Where have I been? I have been to the moon and back. April was Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). I volunteered to be a part of the SAAM planning committee at work, so I spent half of March and April stressing over it. Kind of bittersweet… Continue reading Update Update Update!!!
Hmong National Development, Inc (HND) is a non-profit organization based out of Washington DC. Its mission is to empower the “Hmong community to achieve prosperity and equality through education, research, policy advocacy and leadership development.” HND hosts a conference every other year to bring together leaders, educators, professionals, advocates, and individuals to celebrate and discuss… Continue reading The Journey Forward: The Next Chapter of Hmong Americans
This isn’t a regular blog entry. I just wanted to pass on the word for all undergrad students out there. “The Hmong American Education Fund is pleased to announce that applications are currently open to Hmong students seeking a scholarship to fund their education. Please visit the website http://www.thehaef.org/scholarshipsservices.html for more information. We have several… Continue reading Hmong American Education Fund
I should’ve done this a week ago, but I guess it’s better late than never. I want to announce that the winner for my first A Hmong Woman Giveaway is “Krissy.” I have already contacted her and is working on the scarf. I do hope to do more giveaways in the future, so don’t be… Continue reading Winner for A Hmong Woman Giveaway
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: 19,000 people fit into the new Barclays Center to see Jay-Z perform. This blog was viewed about 76,000 times in 2012. If it were a concert at the Barclays Center, it would take about 4 sold-out performances for that… Continue reading 2012 in Review
I have reached a huge milestone: reaching 100k+ views. I want to thank everyone for reading, commenting, and valuing my blog. It means so much to me knowing that people do care and appreciate my ramblings. This giveaway is open worldwide. It starts now and will end on January 9th at 11:59pm. Yes, this giveaway… Continue reading A Hmong Woman Giveaway (CLOSED)!!!
My family and I have survived the zombie apocalypse, along with the meteors, earthquakes, tsunami waves, and aliens abducting Tom Cruise. Yesterday was the most disasterrific day of my life! I am thankful to be alive, although I am hiding out in a shelter, away from the flesh-eating creatures outside. I really want to know,… Continue reading Did We All Make it Out Alive?
Nyob zoo everyone! I hope you’re all doing well. Sorry for the lack of blog posts. I’ve been quite busy. I took a break from the online world for a bit. On my little hiatus, I took a trip to visit the old and very wise hermit who lives on Mt. Afldkfjasiweorulsdfj. I’ve learned so… Continue reading Nyob zoo!