Episode 1: Dr. Jason Yu-Xioa Long talked about Hmong History and Hmong Education in China


Dr. Jason Yu-Xioa Long, Guizhou Institute for Advanced Study in Anthropology and Ethnology, given speech at the HHR 2nd Annual Conference on Hmong History and Hmong Education in China on October 19, 2013 at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
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Dr. Jason Yu-Xioa Long said that there are estimated 9.7 million Hmong live in China, mainly in Southwest part of China.  48% in Guizhou, 20% in Hunan, 11% in Yunnan, 5% in Guangxi, 5% in Chongqing, 2% in Hubei, 1% in Sichuan, 1% in Guangdong, 0.5% in Hainan, and 10% on the move.

Dr. Long also said that majority of Hmong assimilated into the Han Chinese population during the early years.  These Hmong has been called “cook Hmong”.

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