SUAB HMONG NEWS (09/26/2017) – First episode of the Suab Hmong News and Hmong Report Special coverage documentary on the National Hmong Grave Desecration Committee’s (NHGDC) reburial process to rebury the 218 remaining Hmong bodies dug at Wat Thamkrabok, Thailand on October 2005 by a Chinese business firm has been released on September 26, 2017.
CLICK HERE to watch Episode 1 of the 218 Remaining Hmong bodies dug at Wat Thamkrabok, Thailand on October 2005 by a Chinese business firm.
Episode 1 focuses on analyzing the narrow road from the two Hmong villages, Lao Ou and Phaya Lao Ou, to the burial site to ensure it is feasible for military trucks to drive through and to measure the cemetery foundation to assure there is enough land to bury more than 200 bodies.
Vang Thai, former Major for the King Lao Royal Army, led the reburial project in Thailand followed Hmong culture and tradition on how to properly bury the 218 remaining bodies.
“The head will be facing the North to line with the rising high mountains and the feet will be facing south directly to the three rising lower mountains. Both sides have mountains and that will bring good luck to the deceased families to have good life and good future” said Vang Thai.
It took two days to complete the mission and the narrow road and the land are good to move forward.
Episode two will be focused on the negotiation with Hou Ling cemetery officials to get the 218 remaining Hmong bodies and to dig the remaining bodies to move and rebury at Lao Ou and Phaya Lao Ou cemetery in Chiangrai province.
There are total of four episodes. Watch them as they released on the Suab Hmong News Channel on Youtube and on Hmong Report nightly program on Crossingstv on local channel 8.1 in Sacramento, CA.
More than 600 Hmong bodies have been dug at Wat Thamkrabok, Thailand by a Chinese business firm during the month of October 2005. The National Hmong Grave Desecration Committee (NHGDC) was formed in the United States to seek solution to the bodies have been dug. December 08, 2017, Suab Hmong News and Hmong Report went to Thailand to cover the reburial process.