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Letter from the President

Dear Business Owner,


At Hmong Corp, and Hmong TV, we are pleased to broadcast diversified programs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to reach out globally to the Hmong communities on the local, national and international level.  With a touch of a keyboard button or phone dial, listeners can now listen anywhere in the world from the U.S. and Canada to Europe (France, Germany) to South America (French Guiana) to Asia (Laos, Thailand, Vietnam and China) where more than 12 million of Hmong people live.  Our unique diaspora and rich history allows such diverse topics to be discussed and enjoyed like never before enabled by the digital age we live in - connecting us closer.


We conduct talk shows, interviewing Hmong political and community leaders, scholars and professionals about the Hmong people's 5,000 year cultural history and migration in both the past and present.  Looking into the Hmong people’s successes, and as well as the issues, due to the social, economic and political integration and modernization into the Western societies since the end of the Vietnam War in 1975.  We also feature Hmong traditional folk and modern music, entertainment and business highlights in our programming.  Radio Hmong’s diverse program connects to seniors, young adults and teenagers as well as mainstream and corporate America.  Our goal is to elaborate the rich traditions of our culture with modern technology in order to better serve the Hmong people around the world and all those interested in the Hmong population.


We have a bright future ahead of us as we embark the next 5,000 years of our existence.  And now the Hmong people have a more comprehensive and modern way to connect to each other, enabling them to have better communication, enriching their lives and promote greater developments for their respective communities throughout the world.  Thank you for supporting Radio Hmong and “Ua tsaug ntau rau nej”.




Nancy Her,
President of Radio Hmong, U.S.A.

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