UPDATED 02/06/2015: A Thai band has quoted the Hmong as “Meo” and has also stated that the Hmong do not take shower

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(SHB) — On February 5, 2015, in Thailand, The Hmong-Thai 18 Clan and Hmong-Thai Representatives held a second meeting to discuss certain items that were needed to be agreed upon from what has happened with the Thai “Luk Lae” band incident.
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The following are the items discussed:

The Hmong-Thai 18 Clan and the Hmong-Thai Representatives are calling all the Hmong around the world to calm down and to voice their opinions in a peacefully manner toward the incident.

The Hmong-Thai 18 Clan and Hmong-Thai Representatives have accepted the apology from the manager of the Luk Lae band that was sent to the Hmong community.

The goal is to have the Thai band, “Luk Lae”, and the hosts of the Family Gang “FG” to hold a show on the Thai TV3 to apologize and clarify what have been said to the Hmong Community.  Hmong Representatives must be part of the show.  This is to clarify to the millions of the viewers that watch Thai TV3 show from what the Thai band, “Luk Lae”, and the hosts of the Family Gang said on the TV show about the Hmong-Thai community.  The reason for this is to build a positive image and friendship between different groups within the Thai society.

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