In many ways, Maly Lee and Mason are just like any other mother and young son. But in other ways, their relationship is very different. Maly and her husband are part parents, part caregivers for their 20-month-old, who was born with serious birth defects and other issues, all related to a rare genetic disorder called Fanconi Anemia.
In the land of lutefisk and Uff-da, it appears there are fewer Sven and Oles. According to new data released by the U.S. Census, the faces of Minnesota are changing.
Authorities said Thursday they have seized hundreds of pounds of cyanide, steroids, opiates and other mislabeled or unlabeled drugs from more than 15 vendors at a Hmong market in St. Paul.
St. Paul High School students are helping out with the election on Tuesday. Students from Johnson High will be serving as election judges.
McDonald’s has installed corrected billboards intended to reach out to St. Paul’s Hmong community. The company first installed the billboards last month.
One of Minnesota’s delegates to the Democratic National Convention has a unique status, and a classic American story to tell. Kaying Thao of Roseville is the nation’s only Hmong-American delegate.
Though the company says it intended to create a special message for its Hmong customers, McDonald’s is now apologizing for two new billboards in St. Paul.
Members of St. Paul’s Hmong community say the new McDonald’s billboard in their language may have been an example of intentions trumping execution.
The Hmong population in Minnesota kept growing and expanding outside the Twin Cities during the 2000s, according to new census figures, which demographers say could be a preview for how newer immigrant groups will continue to change the face of the state.
If you are looking for a place to enjoy a day and don’t want to be outdoors, there’s a place for you in the heart of St. Paul: Hmong Village.
The White House wants to know more about Minnesota’s Hmong population – a group that is growing at nearly twice as fast as similar populations across the country.
A rally was held outside the studios of a popular morning radio show in the Twin Cities Friday morning.
It’s hard to make a joke and not offend someone. Make fun of dog, dog owners are upset. Make fun of Catholics, Catholics are offended. Make a joke about race, look out.
How quickly do you get offended? What kinds of things are over the line?
Tens of thousands of mourners are flocking to central California this weekend to honor the late Gen. Vang Pao, a key Unites States ally in Vietnam who inspired unparalleled reverence among the ethnic Hmong he led in battle and later helped to resettle in far-flung communities across the globe.