January 6, 2012, marks the first year anniversary of the passing away of General Vang Pao

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Milwaukee, WI —  Today, January 6, 2012, marks the first year anniversary of the passing away of General Vang Pao.  General Vang Pao passed away at age 81 in Clovis, California after battling pneumonia.

Candlelight ceremonies have been planned and scheduled to hold throughout the Hmong community on January 6 and 7, 2012 in United States and other countries.

“I invited you to join us at Fresno Fairground to remember my husband General Vang Pao” said Song Vang, General Vang Pao’s wife.

Click here to watch Mrs. General Vang Pao – Niam Ntxhoo’s invitation.

Wausau Hmong community will hold a ceremony remembering General Pao on Saturday January 7, 2012:   The event will be held at 215 W. Thomas Street in Wausau from 9:30am to 12pm.  The program will include several speakers, including Pao’s son, Mr. Chong Vang from California.  Suab Hmong Broadcasting (SHIBC) will be coverage this event in Wausau.

La Crosse Hmong community will hold a ceremony remembering General Pao on Friday January 6, 2012; the Wisconsin Lao Veterans of America Chapter 8 will hold a white flower and candle lighting event Friday at the Hmong Culture Community Center, 1815 Ward Ave., in honor of General Vang Pao, who died in January 2011.

Listen to Suab Hmong Radio tonight begin at 8:00 PM Wisconsin time for a special program host by Victor Vaj to pay tribute to General Vang Pao and his legacy.  Click here to listen to Suab Hmong Raido LIVE tonight.

Suab Hmong Broadcasting will be broadcasted a special program next week to pay tribute to General Vang Pao as well.

Click here to watch Suab Hmong Breaking News (Flash Back) on January 6, 2011.

If you have News or Events that you would like to share with the Hmong community or have SHIBC to cover, click here to send the info to us.  Email us is faster than calling us.

We (Suab Hmong Broadcasting also known as SHIBC) have been serving the Hmong community since May 11, 2000.  We are a well known News and information sources to the Hmong community and recognized and received award from the Hmong 18 Clan of Wisconsin and Mrs. Song Vang, General Vang Pao’s wife on January 1, 2012.

Happy New Year 2012 to every one.