There are roughly 260,000 Hmong people in the U.S. according to the 2010 census, mostly in Wisconsin, Minnesota, and California. Several million Hmong people remain in China, Thailand, and Laos, speaking a variety of Hmong dialects. Lee, Serge Chia. (1994). Stress, social support systems, and psychosocial well-being of Hmong refugee adults. Ph.D. thesis, University of Washtington. Pump House Regional Center for the Arts. (1994). Hmong Lives: From Laos to La Crosse: Stories of Eight Hmong Elders. La Crosse, WI: Pump House Regional Center for the Arts. Prior. S. (1994).
Hmong Religious Life and Customs. Although they are spread out in twenty-four states, the majority of Hmong are in California, Wisconsin, and Minnesota. In other states like North and South Carolina, Georgia, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island, there are Hmong communities numbering between two and three thousand persons. Emerging adults imagined being a similar parent in four ways: promoting education, promoting life values, giving guidance, and offering love and support. The findings highlight parenting practices that Hmong American emerging adults plan on transmitting (and not transmitting) to their own children, offering a glimpse into the type of parents Cited by: 4.
The Hmong People society originally from Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, and southeast China. As of 2011 the worldwide Hmong population is about twelve million. The Hmong culture is patrilineal, allowing a husband's family to make all major decisions, even when they solely concern the woman. However, the Hmong women have traditionally carried a large amount of responsibility and some power due to . Hmong American Young Adults' Reflections on Their Immigrant Parents Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Family Issues 38(9) · April 2015 with 176 Reads DOI: 10.1177/0192513X15581658.
Welcome! We are the YA Ministry of First Hmong AG Church in Saint Paul. We love love young adults and want to walk with them as they enter the amazing and ever changing season of adulting life. We welcome young adults to join us every Wednesday and Sunday for fellowship, encouragement, and friendship with Jesus.Followers: 173. Linguistic evidence, however, places Hmong and Mong people in the same regions of southern China that they inhabit today for at least the past 2,000 years. By the mid-18th century, classifications become specific enough that it is easier to identify references to Hmong and Mong people.Australia: 2,190.