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  1. 1. Hmong Cultures By: Susan Thao
  2. 2. Language: Our primary language that we use is Hmong. Hmong: Nyob zoo kuv lub npe hu ua Maiv Laj Thoj. English: Hi my name is Susan Thao
  3. 3. General Vang Pao In our culture, one important person is General Vang Pao. He is important because he is fought for the land that we live in. He was born on December 8, 1929, in Xiangkhouang Province, Laos and die on January 6, 2011, in Clovis, CA.
  4. 4. Txiv Neeb Another important person is the Txiv Neeb(Shaman). He/She is the person who helps take away the spirit in our home or body. The shaman is the person who do the jingle bell and go to the underworld to talk to the spirit and bring the living human’s spirit back.
  5. 5. Jingle bell is what the Txiv Neeb(Shaman) do. Jingle bell is use for nob peb caug(repeating year), sick family member, new house, and many more. There is another word we call jingle bell which is called hu plig. Hu plig is use for a pregnant wife, new born baby, and also new years. Ua Neeb (Jingle Bell)
  6. 6. Xyoo Tshiab (Hmong New Year) Hmong new year is a festival that we celebrate every year. Hmong New Year celebration festival have sports, music, entertainment, beauty pageant and a lot of food. This tradition is for young men and women to select and find their mates.
  7. 7. Hmong Funeral Hmong Funeral is like all funerals but we do it for three day straight and the fourth day is the burial day. To send the dead person’s spirit off, there are at least two people who can play the qeej and the drum. One person play the qeej and other person play the drum.
  8. 8. Fawm Kauv (Steam Rice Roll) Ingredients Dipping(Sauce) Inside(filling) -Pepper -Pork -Cilantro -Water -Green onion -Salt -Salt Outside(Wrapping) -Rice flour -Water -Tapioca starch -Oil
  9. 9. Nab Vam (Coconut Tapioca Pearl Dessert) Ingredients (Oppositional) -Coconut milk - Jelly -Tapioca pearls - Boba pearl balls -Caramelized sugar -Cut up jackfruit -Sweetened condensed milk -Ice
  10. 10. Khao Piak (Rice Soup) Ingredients Noodle Broth -Tapioca flour -Water -Rice flour -Meat(pork, beef, chicken) -Boiling water -Salt
  11. 11. Paj Ntaub (Hmong Sewing)
  12. 12. Hmong Dancing
  13. 13. Religion People in my home culture have different religions, but the primary one is Animism. This religion believes in spirits, ghosts, and monsters.
  14. 14. Hmong Instruments Qeej- An instrument to be played as for fun or sending someone’s spirit off Xim Xaus(Hmong Violin)- It is be played as entertainment or it is played as for fun Ncas- It is used for play at night when you are meeting a girl by flirting with her using ncas. If she liking what you are playing then she will respond back also with lub ncas to you as in she also like you and interest in you.
  15. 15. Hmong Clothes (white) A traditional white Hmong clothes have a plain or small design skirt with a black and blue shirt. The accessories is diam siv, diam sev, lub xaus, and a hat.
  16. 16. Hmong Clothes (green) For a green hmong clothes, the skirt have a pretty colorful skirt with a nice colorful shirt in any color. The accessories is more bold, bigger and showed off more.

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