Walnut Grove Hmong Community’s appreciation ceremony to thanks Bill and Tina to allow their land to farm for free

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SUAB HMONG NEWS — April 11, 2015, Walnut Grove Hmong Community held an appreciation ceremony in Hmong Tradition to thanks Bill and Tina for their land they allowed the Walnut Hmong Community to farm for free.
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Naolue Kue, a member of the Walnut Hmong Community, said since he arrived in Walnut Grove, Minnesota, in 2005, only Bill and Tina allowed their land for Hmong to farm for free. “The reason we do this ceremony for Bill and Tina, since I arrived here in 2005, I only see the two of them allowed their land for us to farm for free. Other people, they wanted us to pay them in order to farm on their land. So now Tina is not healthy and we decided to give our thanks back to them.” Said Naolue Kue.

“This appreciation ceremony is a very important because Bill and Tina really loves us…” said Mrs. Chue Yeng Yang.

Bill and Tina was blessing in a Hmong Tradition Basi ceremony.

“I think that it’s just a need and the… people like to farm and… our place is available and it just worked out…” said Bill.

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