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We are 4 Hmong women talking about things that matter such as EVERYTHING!!

Latest Episodes

017: The Validation of the Crazy, the Rich, and the Asians

EIn episode #017, we elders talk all about Crazy Rich Asians - the movie and the book - and consider what it means to “make it.”

66 MINAPR 23
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017: The Validation of the Crazy, the Rich, and the Asians

016: The New Patriarchy: You Hurt My Heart and My Lung Too

EIn episode #016, we elders continue our conversation on Hmong women experiences in The New Patriarchy by unpacking the phrase “ua siab ntev.” We elders also share our thoughts about Mai Neng Moua’s book, “The Bride Price,” consider alternatives to a bride price to honor Hmong parents, and begin to think about Hmong womanhood outside of “Hmong culture.” Listeners will get a fuller experience by also listening to episode #002: The New Patriarchy. Follow us on Twitter: @hashtag_hoochim; like us on Facebook: Hoochim; find us on iTunes, MixCloud, SoundCloud, Stitcher, and Google Play.

41 MIN2018 AUG 17
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016: The New Patriarchy: You Hurt My Heart and My Lung Too

015: The Hmong Elder Sisterhood

EIn episode #015, we elders (minus Elder Paj) talk about Facebook groups specifically for Hmong women and our interactions with these groups and other online spaces; we elders ponder the use of the Lao word ບັນຫາ and Hmong word teeb meem; we elders share our thoughts on Kao Kalia Yang’s book The Latehomecomer; and Elder Linda teaches Elder Sandy and Elder Mee the song “zoo siab rau koj hnub yug” and Elder Sandy talks about gaining the elder title as she welcomes a new year. Follow us on Twitter: @hashtag_hoochim; like us on Facebook: Hoochim; find us on Apple Podcasts, MixCloud, SoundCloud, Stitcher, and Google Play.

43 MIN2018 APR 17
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015: The Hmong Elder Sisterhood

014: The Art of Moving Away/Running Away

EIn this episode, we (minus Paj) talked about the gendered ways in which the words - “tsiv” (moving away) and “khiav” (running away) - are used within the Hmong community towards women deciding to move away/running away from their families. We also talked about our first time moving away from home and the feelings felt. Follow us on Twitter: @hashtag_hoochim; like us on Facebook: Hoochim; find us on iTunes, MixCloud, SoundCloud, Stitcher, and Google Play.

40 MIN2018 JAN 22
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014: The Art of Moving Away/Running Away

Special Ep 13: Clan Politics

EEpisode #013 is a special recording. We know it has been a while since we recorded a full episode and we wanted to make sure, to our listeners, that we are still active and we are planning to record a new episode in August. This clip that you will hear is an unaired extended clip of episode 12 with guest Kong Pha. Here we talk about clan politics in the Hmong community and the reluctant embrace of Hmong women in these spaces. Follow us on Twitter: @hashtag_hoochim; like us on Facebook: Hoochim; find us on iTunes, MixCloud, SoundCloud, Stitcher, and Google Play.

9 MIN2017 JUL 19
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Special Ep 13: Clan Politics

012: Happiness

EIn episode #012, historian Kong Pha joins the co-hosts of #hoochim to talk about Choua Xiong, an elderly Hmong woman who was bitten by Coon Rapids’ police k9 and the community response to this incident; Hmong people, identity politics, and politics; Hmong LGBTQ and our narratives; and what Kong Pha is up to.

45 MIN2017 APR 7
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012: Happiness

011: It’s All Fucked Up

EDescription: In this episode, we talk about the University of Minnesota’s football sexual assault case, the election results, and what is a Hmong fuckboy. Follow us on Twitter: @hashtag_hoochim; like us on Facebook: Hoochim; find us on iTunes, MixCloud, SoundCloud, Stitcher, and Google Play.

37 MIN2017 FEB 2
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011: It’s All Fucked Up

010: First World Love

EIn this episode we talk about #NoDAPL, the deportation of Cambodian refugees from the U.S., and our experiences navigating the intricacies of first world love.

66 MIN2016 OCT 12
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010: First World Love

009: Hmong People Love a Good Swindle

EHappy one year to us! In this episode we talk about Linda’s recent #wanderlust trip, the Community of Excellence charter school updates, the Secret War veterans memorial at the Minnesota State capitol grounds, Hmong leaders (and Mai Na Lee’s book, Dreams of the Hmong Kingdom) and how Hmong people love a good swindle. Follow us on Twitter: @hashtag_hoochim; like us on Facebook: Hoochim; find us on iTunes, MixCloud, SoundCloud, Stitcher, and Google Play.

54 MIN2016 AUG 6
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009: Hmong People Love a Good Swindle

008: Maws Maws Day

EIn this episode we have a lot to catch up on! We talk about the death of Prince, the #starringjohncho phenomena and Sandy’s love for John Cho, movie rumors, Hmong American Day, lots of Hmong people getting caught returning to the U.S. with illegal drugs, the Dylan Yang case, the big Zaub Qaub reveal, takeaways from the International Hmong Conference on Hmong Studies, our Mother’s Day survey results, and the funny and crazy shit our mothers and mother figures have said to us about sex.

87 MIN2016 JUN 5
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008: Maws Maws Day

Latest Episodes

017: The Validation of the Crazy, the Rich, and the Asians

EIn episode #017, we elders talk all about Crazy Rich Asians - the movie and the book - and consider what it means to “make it.”

66 MINAPR 23
Comments
017: The Validation of the Crazy, the Rich, and the Asians

016: The New Patriarchy: You Hurt My Heart and My Lung Too

EIn episode #016, we elders continue our conversation on Hmong women experiences in The New Patriarchy by unpacking the phrase “ua siab ntev.” We elders also share our thoughts about Mai Neng Moua’s book, “The Bride Price,” consider alternatives to a bride price to honor Hmong parents, and begin to think about Hmong womanhood outside of “Hmong culture.” Listeners will get a fuller experience by also listening to episode #002: The New Patriarchy. Follow us on Twitter: @hashtag_hoochim; like us on Facebook: Hoochim; find us on iTunes, MixCloud, SoundCloud, Stitcher, and Google Play.

41 MIN2018 AUG 17
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016: The New Patriarchy: You Hurt My Heart and My Lung Too

015: The Hmong Elder Sisterhood

EIn episode #015, we elders (minus Elder Paj) talk about Facebook groups specifically for Hmong women and our interactions with these groups and other online spaces; we elders ponder the use of the Lao word ບັນຫາ and Hmong word teeb meem; we elders share our thoughts on Kao Kalia Yang’s book The Latehomecomer; and Elder Linda teaches Elder Sandy and Elder Mee the song “zoo siab rau koj hnub yug” and Elder Sandy talks about gaining the elder title as she welcomes a new year. Follow us on Twitter: @hashtag_hoochim; like us on Facebook: Hoochim; find us on Apple Podcasts, MixCloud, SoundCloud, Stitcher, and Google Play.

43 MIN2018 APR 17
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015: The Hmong Elder Sisterhood

014: The Art of Moving Away/Running Away

EIn this episode, we (minus Paj) talked about the gendered ways in which the words - “tsiv” (moving away) and “khiav” (running away) - are used within the Hmong community towards women deciding to move away/running away from their families. We also talked about our first time moving away from home and the feelings felt. Follow us on Twitter: @hashtag_hoochim; like us on Facebook: Hoochim; find us on iTunes, MixCloud, SoundCloud, Stitcher, and Google Play.

40 MIN2018 JAN 22
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014: The Art of Moving Away/Running Away

Special Ep 13: Clan Politics

EEpisode #013 is a special recording. We know it has been a while since we recorded a full episode and we wanted to make sure, to our listeners, that we are still active and we are planning to record a new episode in August. This clip that you will hear is an unaired extended clip of episode 12 with guest Kong Pha. Here we talk about clan politics in the Hmong community and the reluctant embrace of Hmong women in these spaces. Follow us on Twitter: @hashtag_hoochim; like us on Facebook: Hoochim; find us on iTunes, MixCloud, SoundCloud, Stitcher, and Google Play.

9 MIN2017 JUL 19
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Special Ep 13: Clan Politics

012: Happiness

EIn episode #012, historian Kong Pha joins the co-hosts of #hoochim to talk about Choua Xiong, an elderly Hmong woman who was bitten by Coon Rapids’ police k9 and the community response to this incident; Hmong people, identity politics, and politics; Hmong LGBTQ and our narratives; and what Kong Pha is up to.

45 MIN2017 APR 7
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012: Happiness

011: It’s All Fucked Up

EDescription: In this episode, we talk about the University of Minnesota’s football sexual assault case, the election results, and what is a Hmong fuckboy. Follow us on Twitter: @hashtag_hoochim; like us on Facebook: Hoochim; find us on iTunes, MixCloud, SoundCloud, Stitcher, and Google Play.

37 MIN2017 FEB 2
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011: It’s All Fucked Up

010: First World Love

EIn this episode we talk about #NoDAPL, the deportation of Cambodian refugees from the U.S., and our experiences navigating the intricacies of first world love.

66 MIN2016 OCT 12
Comments
010: First World Love

009: Hmong People Love a Good Swindle

EHappy one year to us! In this episode we talk about Linda’s recent #wanderlust trip, the Community of Excellence charter school updates, the Secret War veterans memorial at the Minnesota State capitol grounds, Hmong leaders (and Mai Na Lee’s book, Dreams of the Hmong Kingdom) and how Hmong people love a good swindle. Follow us on Twitter: @hashtag_hoochim; like us on Facebook: Hoochim; find us on iTunes, MixCloud, SoundCloud, Stitcher, and Google Play.

54 MIN2016 AUG 6
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009: Hmong People Love a Good Swindle

008: Maws Maws Day

EIn this episode we have a lot to catch up on! We talk about the death of Prince, the #starringjohncho phenomena and Sandy’s love for John Cho, movie rumors, Hmong American Day, lots of Hmong people getting caught returning to the U.S. with illegal drugs, the Dylan Yang case, the big Zaub Qaub reveal, takeaways from the International Hmong Conference on Hmong Studies, our Mother’s Day survey results, and the funny and crazy shit our mothers and mother figures have said to us about sex.

87 MIN2016 JUN 5
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008: Maws Maws Day