learn how to speak Hmong it is a language from Asian ethnic group from the mountainous regions of China, Vietnam, Laos, and Thailand. Also this is NOT russian its Hmong

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  • Hello! there! this is what Hmong came from and about! Enjoy!! The Hmong (RPA: Hmoob/Moob, IPA: [m̥ɔ̃ŋ]) are an Asian ethnic group from the mountainous regions of China, Vietnam, Laos, and Thailand. Hmong are also one of the sub-groups of the Miao ethnicity (苗族) in southern China. Hmong groups began a gradual southward migration in the 18th century due to political unrest and to find more arable land. Hmong people, who are known to be fiercely independent, are rich in their culture, art, religion, family life and martial history and are distinguished by costume/dress (fabric patterns represent fruit, vegetables, farming, chickens, eggs, etc.)[4]

    During the first and second Indochina Wars, both France and the United States governments recruited thousands of Hmong people in Laos to help fight against invading military forces from North Vietnam as well as communist Pathet Lao insurgents, known as the secret war, during the Vietnam War and the Laotian Civil War. Hmong people were singled out for retribution by the Marxist Pathet Lao, and Vietnamese Army, when they took over the Laotian government in 1975, with the support of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam (SRV), and the politburo officials in Hanoi as well as the communist governments of the former Soviet Union in Moscow, North Korea, Cuba and China. Hundreds of thousands of Hmong refugees fled to Thailand seeking political asylum. Thousands of these refugees have resettled in Western countries since the late 1970s, mostly the United States, but also in Australia, France, French Guiana, Canada, and South America. Others have returned to Laos under United Nations-sponsored repatriation programs.
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    Nyob zoo! muaj! qhov no yog li cas Hmoob tuaj ntawm thiab hais txog! Txaus siab rau!! Cov Hmoob (RPA: Hmoob / Moob, IPA: [m̥ɔŋ]) yog ib tug Neeg Esxias haiv neeg pawg ntawm mountainous thaj tsam ntawm Tuam Tshoj, Vietnam, Laos, thiab Thailand. Hmoob kuj muaj ib yam ntawm cov sub-tej pawg neeg ntawm cov Miao tias haiv neeg twg (苗族) nyob rau hauv yav qab teb Tuam Tshoj. Hmoob tej pawg neeg pib ib gradual southward tsiv teb tsaws nyob rau hauv tiam 18th vim nom tswv unrest thiab nrhiav ntau arable av. Hmoob cov neeg, uas paub yuav fiercely ywj siab, yog nplua nuj nyob rau hauv lawv cov kab lis kev cai, kos duab, kev cai dab qhuas, tsev neeg lub neej thiab sib ntaus li keeb kwm thiab muaj txawv by Costume / hnav ris tsho (ntaub qauv sawv cev rau cov txiv hmab txiv ntoo, zaub, teb, chickens, qe, thiab lwm yam) [4]

    Thaum lub sij hawm ua ntej thiab thib ob Indochina Rog, ob qho tib si Fabkis thiab Teb Chaws Mis Kas tsoom fwv recruited txhiab tus Hmoob cov neeg nyob rau hauv teb chaws Nplog los pab tawm tsam sib ntaus invading tub rog rog los ntawm North Vietnam thiab sib Pathet Lao insurgents, hu ua tus pub leejtwg tsov rog, thaum lub sij hawm Vietnam War thiab Nplog Civil War. Hmoob cov neeg raug singled tawm rau retribution los ntawm Marxist Pathet Lao, thiab lus Nyab Laj Army, thaum lawv tuag ces Nplog nom tswv nyob rau hauv 1975, nrog rau kev them nyiaj yug ntawm Socialist koom pheej ntawm Vietnam (SRV), thiab cov ua hauj lwm nyob rau hauv politburo Hanoi li zoo li lub sib tsoom fwv ntawm lub qub Soviet Union hauv Moscow, North Kauslim, Cuba thiab Tuam Tshoj. Pua pua txhiab tus Hmoob hais fled mus rau teb chaws Thaib nrhiav nom tswv asylum. Phav phav cov hais tau resettled nyob rau hauv lub teb chaws Western txij lub 1970s lig, feem ntau lub tebchaws United States, tab sis kuj nyob rau hauv Australia, Fabkis, Fabkis Guiana, Canada, thiab South America. Lwm tus neeg muaj xa rov qab mus rau teb chaws Nplog yog nyob rau hauv teb chaws United Nations-repatriation txhawb nqa cov kev pab cuam.
    txheem

    hello

    nyob zoo

    goodbye

    sib ntsib dua

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