SUAB HMONG NEWS (09/20/2017) – National Hmong Grave Desecration Committee (NHGDC) held an event to recognize the accomplishment of one of their goal which to rebury the remaining Hmong bodies dug at Wat Thamkrabok, Thailand by a Chinese business firm.
CLICK HERE to watch Suab Hmong News coverage of the NHGDC event held on September 6, 2017 in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Vang Xiong, Chair of NHGDC, said NHGDC has two goals, one is to find way to rebury the remaining Hmong bodies dug at Wat Thamkrabok, Thailand by a Chinese business firm and two is to seek a resolution at the United Nation to prevent further digging Hmong grave around the world. Xiong is calling for Hmong organizations and elected officials in all levels to work together to move forward on the second goal.
“We the team work on this project for a very long time and after reburied the remaining Hmong bodies in Thailand, we will rest but we must work together. All the elected officials in all levels must work together to move forward to the United Nation for a resolution to prevent further digging of Hmong grave. Our senator in Washington State wrote a letter to the U.S. ambassador to the U.N. before President Obama finish his term. We need to follow up” said Vang Xiong.
Former Maj. Vang Thai is not a part of the NHGDC team but he worked with all levels of Thai officials in Thailand to get the remaining 218 Hmong bodies dug at Wat Thamkrabok, Thailand to relocate from Hou Ling cemetery in Keng Qhoi, Sarabouri province, Thailand to rebury at Lao Ou and Pha Nya Lao Ou village’s cemetery in Chiangrai province, Thailand on December 18, 2016.
“I do this for the Hmong. I am only a worker to get the job done for NHGDC and the Hmong. The credit is yours” said Vang Thai.
A short preview of the rebury of the remaining 218 Hmong bodies dug at Wat Thamkrabok, Thailand will be shown on the September 21, 2017 on the Suab Hmong News Channel. A full 4 parts episodes will be broadcasted on the Suab Hmong News Channel and Hmong Report sometimes in October 2017.
Suab Hmong News and Hmong Report exclusive covered the process of the rebury of the remaining 218 Hmong bodies dug at Wat Thamkrabok by a Chinese business firm.