Milwaukee, WI — Richard Wanglue Vang, Founder of Suab Hmong Broadcasting (SHB) and Executive Producer for all TV and Radio programs, believed in reaching Hmong individuals around the world by using technology on the web since 2000. He remains consistent with this notion and hope to continue the use of technology to reach even more Hmong individuals into the future.
SHB website reaches 10,000 to 50,000 hits daily from individuals around the world.
“We were able to use technology to broadcast our radio and TV programs LIVE to Hmong around the world since the year 2000, but we knew that the Hmong community wasn’t and probably is still not ready…” said Richard Wanglue Vang.
Richard Wanglue Vang’s professional background is a Computer Software Engineer. He has worked with many large Computer Consultant firms and is currently with Harley-Davidson managing many projects on many levels. His hobbies include: music composition, singing, photography and of course, video production.
“Many people asked me why I started SHB and what inspired me to do so… I think the bottom line is that I love the Hmong people and I want the Hmong people, no matter where they are, to know what is happening around the world. I hope that I could open their eyes as well as their minds wider so they could motivate themselves to pursue what they see fits them in life…Also I feel that I have a sense of duty to give to the Hmong community, and this is what I do best…” said Richard Wanglue Vang.
Richard Wanglue Vang came from a family with prestige and great leadership. His father and grandfather were among the top Hmong leaders.
SHB has three major programs: Latest Articles about Hmong including original articles from SHB and source articles from mainstream news agencies, Radio Programs host by Victor M. Vaj called ‘Victor TalkShow’ (program broadcast LIVE), and SHB News TV program broadcast on Suab Hmong News Channel on YouTube and on KBTV Channel 8.1 in local TV station in Sacramento, California with Hmong Report program.
This is the latest map showing Hmong around the world visited Suab Hmong Website daily as April 26, 2017. The blue stars represented the locations they from. In some cases, there are more than 100 people per one star. The map refresh daily.
All staff at SHB are volunteers that donate their time to bring radio and news programs to Hmong around the world. “We have great passion in what we do…” said Richard Wanglue Vang.
To get more info on SHB, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.