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但是嘛,我不想有啊 = tab si mas, kuv tsis xav yauv as.

translate this into Google and let the Chinese Google speak it. It's VERY HMONG!

Hmong = German-Latin-Old-English
Chinese = Modern English

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https://www.quora.com/Has-China-apologized-to-the-Hmong-people-for-genocide-oppression-and-persecution-in-the-dynasty-times/answer/CaiLei-2?comment_id=243374212&comment_type=2&__filter__=all&__nsrc__=notif_page&__sncid__=23033623847&__snid3__=31593089180

I am still talking with him. He's sounds very racist if you get to the point about him, talking that we deserve to die in the hands of Laos.

Chinese people still hates Hmong people today. ^_^

That's okay. Little half-brother hates his older half-brother. The two clans, Hmong and Korean, will not like Han until they say sorry to us.

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http://www.3miao.net/viewnews-1578.html

You need to Google Translate this. This article is quite interesting.

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Hmong Culture & History / Rice Culture
« on: January 19, 2022, 06:50:16 PM »
I am digging for true history that rice agriculture and rice culture originates from the Hmong people by origin and not the Chinese. That is also true since we are the first nation to build agriculture before the Han Chinese ever did. There are empirical studies on this since Hmong people are built on rice domination.

By the origin of rice culture, rice belongs to the Hmong culture and never was for the Chinese. We'd even speak of the phoenix in our culture that was lost and destroyed until Chinese scholars found its roots.

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Hmong Culture & History / Full Hmong History on Chinese Baidu Channel
« on: January 19, 2022, 06:33:22 PM »
https://baike.baidu.com/item/苗族/130741?fr=aladdin

My friend. You can translate this website into Google so that you may read it.

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https://www.ixigua.com/6906376666763919879

The more coins and silver they have on their clothes, that's the representation of their political power and wealth.

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