Watch SHIBC News Special Revisited Ban Vinai in Thailand

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SHIBC News and Hmong Report revisited Ban Vinai on April 2, 2012. It was one of the largest Refugee camp sites in Thailand for Hmong and Lao refugee after the Vietnam War ended on 1975.{sidebar id=1}

Click here to watch SHIBC News and Hmong Report exclusive covered Ban Vinai, one of the largest Refugee Camp site in Thailand for Hmong and Lao Refugees after LPDR took over Laos on 1975.

There are Thai farmers now live at Ban Vinai and owned different part of the land. The name changed from “Ban Vinai Refugee Camp” to “Moo Ban Vinai”.

“This part of the land was for audition for people below the poverty line and I submitted my name and I got it… I used to be an “Oso” at Ban Vinai and my wife knew many Hmong… Many Hmong helped my wife as well…” said one of the Thai farmers who owned the land in the western part of Ban Vinai.

Ban Vinai now filled with corn farm.