Recovered the 218 Remaining Hmong bodies dug by a Chinese firm in Thailand

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Recovery the 218 Remains Hmong bodies dug by a Chinese firm in Thailand

SUAB HMONG NEWS (09/29/2017) — Episode 2 of the 218 Hmong bodies dug at Wat Thamkrabok, Thailand by a Chinese business firm has been released by Suab Hmong News on September 29, 2017.

CLICK HERE to watch Episode 2 of the 218 Hmong bodies dug by a Chines business firm in Thailand.

Vang Thai (former Major of the Royal Lao Army) with Xuwicha Hiranprueck (Major donor for the Hmong grave desecration) negotiated with the officials of the Hou Ling Cemetery in Kaeng Qhoy to release the 218 remaining Hmong bodies buried at the Hou Ling Cemetery back to the National Hmong Grave Desecration Committee to rebury them based on the Hmong tradition.  The negotiate took four days from December 12 to 15, 2016.  On December 15, 2016, an agreement has been reached on both sides and the digging begin to recover the 218 remain Hmong bodies dug at Wat Thamkrabok eleven years ago inside the Hou Ling cemetery.

Watch Episode 2 on the Suab Hmong News Channel to get the full insight story and see the detail of the 218 remain Hmong bodies.