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Hello my Hmong friends and family. I would like to inform everyone and please pass the words out to your families, friends, and so on so forth about my experience while browsing in Chinatown LA. On August 1, 2018, my mom and I went to Chinatown and were browsing through the vendors and clothes in the 821 N Spring, Los Angeles, one of the main shopping centers there in Chinatown where many Hmong come to buy clothes and accessories to resell in the Midwest or Northern California. Most people might come through the front building which has the address of 828 Broadway, both since the building is behind this building most people think the address is 828 Broadway, however it's 821 N. Spring, Los Angeles. Anyway, my mom and I were shopping and looking at clothes and accessories and came to a store or vendor called 'Luvienne' . The man there, with an angry face, told us not to go inside his store after my mom and I looked at some of the clothes on the rack outside. We then walked around to the other side after he told us not to enter the store. Around the corner,  there stood his old mother making ugly faces and gestures at us too, a sign for us to go away. I didn't do or say anything except thinking these Chinese people are so rude and started walking away until the old lady started talking to her son in Chinese which I don't understand except the word 'Hmong'. I then got angry and turned around, walked back to the old lady and confronted her and told her that indeed, we are Hmong. And what is wrong with that? The old lady then said ' I know you are Hmong people and get out!' I was not shocked, just angry that these Chinese people in Los Angeles Chinatown loves our money but hate us. To make the story short, I did not walk away quietly after that.

We Hmong people shopped a lot and buy a lot from these Chinese merchants to the point where they even know how to
Speak Hmong fluently. Please my Hmong family and friends, pass the words to your mom, dad, brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, friends, and every one you know to please stay away from this shop 'Luvienne' located at 821 N Spring, Los Angeles, suite 167A and possibly 165. This store is very racist against all Hmong. If you must shop there, proceed with caution and only touch if you plan to buy anything. You have been warned. This practice is only good in China, here in the United States, we are not going to let any one put us Hmong down with disrespectful  treatment. I'm proud to be Hmong.


what a horrible experience for you but you're better off to go on twitter or some other outlet to report this kind of racism. The men in here, esp the hmong men, are some of the most backwards thinking, ignorant, archaic types of men out there. that's why so many hmong women are marrying out of race because these types of men, the ones in here don't understand how to process with the rest of society. Racism is not okay.  O0

Faux news? Seems like you've been bathing in it. Please research the differences between illegal aliens and people seeking asylum. I'm not even going there with someone that can't get their facts straight.

K, you can't expect a hmong man to get the facts correct. most men in general don't understand what they say is ignorant. let me give you an example of a smart man and the majority of dumb hmong men. you can tell the dumb hmong men are the type to say womp womp  :2funny::

Zac Petkanas began relating an anecdote of a “10-year-old girl with Down syndrome who was taken from her mother and put in a cage.”

In the middle of his comments, fellow guest Corey Lewandowski cut in.

“Womp womp,” President Trump’s former campaign manager said, making a dismissive trombone-like sound effect.

“Did you just say ‘womp womp’ to a 10-year-old with Down syndrome?” Petkanas shot back.

“How dare you,” he repeated as Lewandowski attempted to speak. “How dare you. How dare you. How absolutely dare you, sir.”

Online Journal / my personal space
« on: June 22, 2018, 01:18:32 PM »
i've never blog before but maybe i'll start sharing my thoughts and ideas in here where it can be my own place and everyone won't be so easily triggered or butt hurt. lol. they always seem to get so easily butt hurt when i say something. i think it's cause i'm a strong independent person and they can't see me succeed. oh well, no time for the haters.  :2funny: :idiot2:

How do someone decide religious freedom (freedom of speech) vs. discrimination?  Freedom of speech or is this a case of discrimination?  Where do freedom of speech ends and discrimination start?  The supreme court ruled 7-2 in favor of freedom of speech over discrimination .

you do realize what freedom of speech is right?

You don't have that right when your service is being provided to the open public.


I seriously hope those that are condemning these parents that came to the US to seek asylum aren't as dumb as your comments are. Please educate yourselves, open a book, do your research... Not too long ago, our parents did the same thing. War torn countries, where did they flee? to the borders of Thailand and or any border that would take them... their food rationed, living in squalled conditions..

their flight is not so different from our parents. How can you listen to the cries of those children and not feel some sort of compassion to their flight? How can you call yourself human? History will repeat itself until we all fight for rights of every human being.


you have to understand that hmong men and men in general are not that smart and can't put two and two together. they don't understand and see that what happened to our parents and the struggles they faced are not so different than these people currently. it would be good for hmong men to educate themselves but that's like asking for rain in the desert. lol, it only happens once in a long while. LOL  :2funny:


That’s all they are

Tell you to go left
Than they go right

Why go to church if you not going follow the rules/teaching???
because, of all religions being a Christian is the easiest. you can do all the bad things you want and then when it comes to it just say sorry and all is forgiven.  :idiot2:

look at all the fake believers in here saying it's okay to take children from parents and not giving to the poor.  :idiot2:

Anything Goes / Re: the different kinds of people you meet
« on: June 20, 2018, 02:19:17 PM »
once in a while I meet someone who reflects myself because you think to yourself...tha t person's persona is very much like my own.....but then you see the flaws that come along with it.....

everyone has flaws

Books & Magazines / Re: What is your favorite Classic Novel
« on: June 20, 2018, 02:17:55 PM »
i read Tolstoy in high school but in Russian.

General Relationship / Re: The Gay Guy Male Friend Syndrome.
« on: June 20, 2018, 02:14:44 PM »
Guys give women too much attention that they up being treated as a gay guy male friend.   Unless the guy doesn't mind being treated that way.  ;D
so you're mad that you're being treated as a gay guy? it's okay if you're gay, just admit it. it's not wrong anymore.

this cashier guy is strict
can't touch or handle pork
because like that cake guy
it is against his religion

this hindu cashier guy is even stricter
only eats veggie burger

 O0 O0 O0


you know what i mean
make that cake
do your job

i tell you, it's christians being hypocrites again. these people should not work in a job that service others directly then.  :idiot2:


i think you guys are living under the rock
have you ever heard of "the war on drug"???
US military invovle  with all these central/south america countries against drug cartel
because the US consume soo much drug

i know you guys like to google and wiki

there is a war going on
unnoticed  by the average joe

i noticed

google  "capital murder country of the world" and you will see what i mean

people just disappear
you are correct in many aspects. many of the people coming here are escaping drug lords and gang violence in the country they are living in. the US before grants them asylum. take into consideration that many hmong are ignorant and don't know much about the news or what is going on so they don't have the knowledge to understand what is going on currently. also, if you're talking about christians, they are the least informed and the biggest hypocrites cause their god teaches love but they don't give any. an example would be this quote from a pastor.
If Jesus were to descend from heaven and physically set foot on 21st-century Earth, prosperity gospel televangelist Jesse Duplantis told his followers, the Redeemer would probably take a pass on riding on the back of a donkey: “He’d be on an airplane preaching the gospel all over the world.”

General Discussion / hi i'm back ya'll
« on: June 20, 2018, 01:02:37 PM »
hi everyone, i'm back for a short time only. a little update... been taking some comedy courses, some dance lessons, and joined a writer's group in my city. maybe i'll post up some of my writings in the creative section so be on the lookout  O0

General Relationship / Re: Perfection..
« on: March 07, 2018, 01:38:47 PM »
I know I am not perfect. 
I have my flaws.  I am short tempered, I get upset easily, sometimes when I am really angry I will cry. 
I can somewhat be controlling towards those I care about.  I tend to dominate in my relationship and I can be very independent. 
I am not sure if I am just at an emotional state of if I am really at my wits end. 
My significant other and I have not been on good terms. 
The other week he lied again (3rd time) now about going to work. 
Instead he called in because he wanted to play video games with his friends. 
I may have sort of blew up a bit, yelled at him and threw his console at the wall (it didn't break for those of you wondering.)
I then abruptly left to his sister's house.  She had nothing to say or to know what to say. 

My significant other and I have talked here and there and I told him how I felt and would appreciate it if he not game if I was home with him.  Now one week later we are back to square one.  He will consistently ask over and over to game even after I said no.  I told him after what he did and has been doing there is no need for him to game all the time everyday.  I got so annoyed with him last night that I hid his controllers from him and told him he could sleep on the couch with his console.  He called me childish.  I get some of the things I did is pretty unfair, but I am sick of his child-ish behaviors.  Besides the fact of him helping out here and there.  He often won't do anything without being told to.  Just some examples are, if he sees anything lying on the ground, he won't pick it up unless told to do so.  He won't cut the grass without being told to.  When it snows he will only plow or shovel if he feels the need to while to me when it snows and I know it's going to get more, I will go out the night of the snow fall and brush off the cars and plow so that there is less snow in the morning. He does not know how to cook and waits for me (doesn't surprise me.)  He will get off work and come home and stay in the same clothes all day long.  I recently got a gym membership and thought it would be healthy and good for the two of us to get out and work out a few days a week and keep in shape.  He complains to me he does not need to work out and feels like he's fine the way he is.  It's not like he's morbidly over weight, neither am I.  I guess I just feel like it's nice going to the gym with a companion.  I have tried going alone, but I think he feels guilty so he just goes with me.  When he does he will barely do anything and will keep telling me there's no point.  I know I am complaining a lot about him which does not make me any better, but what can I do at this point.  Sure I have the option to leave, but how do you leave someone you are so invested in?  We bought a house together.  We have no kids, just one dog.  I love his family and he appreciates mine.  I know this is going to sound really bad, but there are times when I wish he would just cheat on me so that we can finally go our separates ways.  Why not cheat on him myself? 
Well that is cause I don't want to nor have I ever thought of that.  That is something I believe he does not deserve.  He's not physical, or verbally abusive.  He just does childish things and often does things without thinking first.  People say he's still a kid and needs to grow up... But c'mon 6+ years of being together and 2+ years (I know it's not a lot) of being married and he's still childish?!  Some will say Men never grow up, but how much more child-ish are you going to be?

I know this is petty little things that I should not leave him for, but at the same time I don't know what to do anymore.
you didn't leave him for the last incident he pulled off stealing money from your family to buy a car? now you want him to cheat on you so you can leave? :o

General Discussion / Re: I need a new car
« on: March 06, 2018, 02:12:30 PM »
sometimes i think about buying a car but city life makes it so hard to own one.

i want to live out of my vehicle... for a short time too...
two of my friends are going to be traveling and working mobile this summer so they're both going to explore many parts of the united states.sounds like a lot of fun.  i'll see them in nashville since i've never been there.

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