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Quick Review: Six Borders Black Tea From Rakkasan Tea Company

As part of my attempts to evolve this blog, I have decided to begin publishing a new type of review called a “Quick Review”. The purpose is to avoid redundancy, and focus on the highlights of a particular product without spending time describing less important details. 449 more words

Black Tea Reviews

Sacramento Must Provide Hmong Ballots

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Sacramento and Fresno Counties must now provide Hmong ballots in polling places.

California Secretary of State Alex Padilla said, “Providing voting information in a voter’s preferred language is critical to ensuring all citizens can participate in our elections.” He made the announcement about the change Wednesday morning. 69 more words


H'Mong Kings Green Tea From Rakkasan Tea Company

Today, I will be taking a look at the H’mong Kings Green Tea from Rakkasan Tea Company. You can also learn more about Rakkasan Tea Company by… 715 more words

Green Tea Reviews

015: The Hmong Elder Sisterhood

In episode #015, we elders (minus Paj) talk about Facebook groups specifically for Hmong women and our interactions with these groups and other online spaces; we elders ponder the use of the Lao word ບັນຫາ and Hmong word teeb meem; we elders share our thoughts on Kao Kalia Yang’s book The Latehomecomer; and Elder Linda teaches Elder Sandy and Elder Mee the song “zoo siab rau koj hnub yug” and Elder Sandy talks about gaining the elder title as she welcomes a new year. 125 more words


Hmong in America: Keeping in Touch with Old Roots

Written by John Murphy

Have you heard of the Hmong people? The Hmong are one of the ethnic groups referred to as the Miao in China- the name is sometimes interchangeable. 655 more words



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Gran Torino

Clint Eastwood’s 2008 Gran Torino represents another fine edition to the Hollywood legend’s twilight-years film catalogue. One thing I admire about Eastwood is how proudly and distinctly American his films are. 547 more words

Movie Reviews