Suab Hmong e-News exclusive feature Maa Vue and Ntxhais Puav Pheej Txuj Ci

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(SHB) — Maa Vue, a Hmong singer, released her first music album with a selected cover song of “Nyob Ua Ke”, in English “Stay Together”. Vue said the meaning of the song “Nyob Ua Ke” is for everyone to stay together including lovers, families, and friends. “Not only just for lovers to stay together, it also mean for families and friends to stay together forever…” said Maa Vue.
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a0Click here to watch Suab Hmong e-News exclusive interviewed Maa Vue at the 2014 Hmong Wisconsin Labor Day event in Green Bay, Wisconsin on August 30, 2014.

Hmong Dancer Group “Puav Pheej Txuj Ci” is one of Hmong best traditional dancer group in the Wisconsin Hmong Community. They competed at Hmong events in Wisconsin and Minnesota and won many times. They also volunteer their times to perform Hmong traditional dances at Hmong events to keep Hmong traditional spirits going, especially for the Hmong younger generation to see what is being Hmong.

a0Click here to watch Suab Hmong e-News exclusive interviewed “Ntxhais Puav Pheej Txuj Ci” at the 2014 Hmong Wisconsin Labor Day event in Green Bay, Wisconsin on August 30, 2014.

NOTE (during our interviewed the dancers).  The music went on the background was very loud during our interviewed. JUST THAT OUR MIC PICKED UP THE INTERVIEW VOICE GOOD AND IT ELIMINATED THE BACKGROUND NOISE so you the viewers don’t hear it much.  It was loud so that’s why, as viewers, you may noticing that the News Correspondent was yelling to the dancers during the interviewed. As he went toward the left and the background music calmed down, he’s more calmed.

Coming up on Suab Hmong e-News exclusive interview are Chue Keng Moua and Kassie Chang. Stay tune at Suab Hmong News YouTube Channel for the latest news and entertainment.

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