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  2. Bee Vang - Wikipedia

    November 4, 1991 (age 31) Fresno, California, U.S. Occupation (s) Actor, activist. Years active. 2008–present. Bee Vang ( RPA: Npis Vaj, Pahawh: 𖬃𖬰𖬨𖬵 𖬖𖬰𖬜, Chinese-Mandarin: 王陛; born November 4, 1991) is an American actor and activist of Hmong descent. He is best known for starring in Clint Eastwood 's 2008 film Gran ...

  3. Hmong Americans - Wikipedia

    The 2008 film Gran Torino, directed by Clint Eastwood, was the first mainstream US film to feature Hmong Americans. Eastwood plays Walt Kowalski , an elderly, racist Korean War veteran living in Detroit, Michigan who befriends a Hmong teenager named Thao, played by Bee Vang , who previously tries to steal his Gran Torino as an initiation into a ...

  4. Doua Moua - Wikipedia

    Doua Moua (born February 7, 1987) is an American actor and writer best known for his roles as Spider in the 2008 film Gran Torino and Po in Disney's live-action Mulan . Background edit] Doua Moua was born in a refugee camp in Thailand to Laos-born parents of Hmong descent who had fled their homeland because of the Laotian Civil War. [1]

  5. Menace of Destruction - Wikipedia

    Menace of Destruction ( MOD ), formerly known as Masters of Destruction, [1] [15] is a Hmong street gang created in 1988. Today, it is active in California, Midwestern United States, and many places with large Hmong communities. It is known for murders, fights, shootings, and weapon and drug trafficking (mostly marijuana and methamphetamine ). [1]

  6. Hmongic languages - Wikipedia

    Hmongic is one of the primary branches of the Hmong–Mien language family, with the other being Mienic. Hmongic is a diverse group of perhaps twenty languages, based on mutual intelligibility, but several of these are dialectically quite diverse in phonology and vocabulary, and are not considered to be single languages by their speakers.

  7. Hmong people - Wikipedia

    In 2011, Hmong DNA was sampled and found to contain 7.84% D-M15 and 6%N (Tat) DNA. [27] The research found a common ancestry between Hmong-Mien peoples and Mon-Khmer people groups dating to the Last Glacial Maximum approximately 15,000 to 18,000 years ago.

  8. Ōsama Game - WikipediaŌsama_Game

    Ōsama Game (王様ゲーム, Ōsama Gemu, trans. "King Game") is a cell phone novel written by Nobuaki Kanazawa (pen name: Pakkuncho), consisting of five volumes. A film based on the novel was released in 2011, and directed by Norio Tsuruta. [1] The theme song of the film is "Amazuppai Haru ni Sakura Saku" by Berryz Kobo and Cute. [2]

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