Hmong Leaders in Thailand said they do not support and have no part of “Hmong King” in Thailand as circulating the Social Media

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SUAB HMONG NEWS (10/01/2018) – Hmong Leaders in Thailand held a press conference in Thailand and said they have no involvement of “Hmong King” in Thailand as circulating the Social Media late in August 2018.

CLICK HERE to watch the press conference held by Hmong Leaders in Thailand.

A video clip of Hmong leaders’ Press Conference sent to Suab Hmong from a representative of Hmong Thailand on September 28, 2018.

Nhia Chong Yang (Head of a Hmong Village in the City of Mae Wan in Chiang Mai province, Thailand) said he sees photos and video clips on the Social Media about Hmong King in Thailand and he wanted to let everyone know that he and other Hmong leaders do not have any involvement and do not support the idea of having a Hmong King in Thailand.

“I and other Hmong leaders in Thailand know that whatever country we live in, that country is ours and we wanted to follow the law in that country.  We born in the land of Thailand and we are citizen of Thailand and we are a part of Thailand.  I wanted to let everyone know that none of us go out to compete to become Hmong King.  We could hold high rank official job only with our ability and proper education, in that we support our children to get higher education so they could get to that level.  The wording out in the Social Media said the Hmong King exist in Chiang Mai and here in Chiang Mai, we have more than 50 Hmong leaders and we do not support what has been said” said Nhia Chong Yang.

A representative of Hmong women organization in Thailand said they do not support Hmong King in Thailand.  “We only have one king in Thailand and that is the King of Thailand and we do not support what has been said” said a representative of Hmong Women Organization in Thailand.