3 Kilometer Road from Hmong Village Lao Ou to the Cemetery site to rebury the remaining 218 Hmong bodies

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SUAB HMONG TRAVEL (01/18/2017) – To cover the remaining 218 Hmong bodies (bones) dug by a Chinese business firm at Wat Thamkrabok, Thailand more than 10 years ago was an interesting project for me, Richard Wanglue Vang (Executive Producer for Suab Hmong News), and Atary Xiong (Executive Producer for Hmong Report) to take during the December month of 2016.

CLICK HERE to watch our journey of the 3 kilometer road from Hmong Village to the cemetery allowed to rebury of the remaining 218 Hmong bodies.

The road is very narrow enough for one car to go through.

First I was thinking that the road was a one way street.

Only pickup truck with four wheel drive could go through road.

It took us about 20 minutes to drive from Hmong Village Lao Ou to the cemetery.

The video you are watching above was our first day arrived at Hmong Village Lao Ou and to go down to check the road to ensure military trucks could drive through and to measure the grave before digging the ground.

Stay tune for Suab Hmong News and Hmong Report exclusive coverage of the remaining 218 Hmong bodies dug by a Chinese firm at Wat Thamkrabok over ten years ago put to rest at Lao Ou Cemetery in Chiangrai, Thailand coming up on the Suab Hmong News Channel.