War Dogs Updated


“A government agent with a dark past is dragged back into conflict with his former Triad.  And amidst the bloodshed, secrets will be revealed.” Xue and KO have been best friends since childhood. They even joined the same gang in ...

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Canada’s Hidden Gem


Sometimes you can do a lot with a little. Such is the case with the film BEYOND REDEMPTION, a micro-budget action flick now streaming on Netflix, ITunes and VOD. Shot in Vancouver, Canada and directed by veteran stuntman / actor ...

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Hmong American Women


Growing up a Hmong American women… I am a First Generation Hmong American Woman. Hmong is my first language. I learned how to read, write and speak English in elementary school and was required to attend an ESL (English as ...

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Gaotzeng And The Dancers


To a lot of people, dancing boost self confidence and self esteem by creating an outlet for self expression and the opportunity to explore something new and exciting. Hmoodle caught with Gaotzeng,  a dancer herself since middle school. Read her ...

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Hmonglish Musical


On October 14th, I had the opportunity to attend the Hmonglish Musical play presented by CHAT’s Youth Leadership Group. The Youth Leadership Group gives youths between the ages of fourteen to twenty the chance to express themselves creativitly while tackling ...

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Masquerade: Behind the Mask


As you may know, Hmoodle will be presenting our first annual Masquerade Ball on October 15th at Bousavahn Hall in Brooklyn Park. It should be another great Hmoodle event, as we try to provide our readers and party goers with ...

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Hmong parody song has KDWB apologizing


A rock song parody targeting Hmong has one of the Twin Cities’ most popular radio stations apologizing. The spoof lyrics to the tune of Eric Clapton’s “Tears in Heaven” were sung on KDWB Radio (101.3 FM) by a sidekick during ...

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Remembering: Yia “The Bull” Mua


I may have been the last to have taken a glimpse into the eyes of an iconic Hmong megastar. I started the tête-à-tête with Yia “The Bull” Mua to only discover, in my dismay, the ominous condition that has overwhelmed ...

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A Glimpse of Kind Beats


About every time this year, an influx of Hmong make their way to Minnesota for the annual 4th of July Sports Tournament. Some come for the sports, some for family, and some for the chance to party. There were parties ...

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