Where did the Hmong population of Minnesota and Wisconsin originally come from?
Their country of ancient origin is China and about 3,000,000 reside there today. Large populations migrated into Thailand, Laos, Burma and Cambodia and an estimated 275,000 reside in the US.
Minnesota has a record for proactive faith-based organizations. There are many faith-based organizations in Minnesota that take action to bring social justice. These organizations, often churches and synagogues, sponsor refugees who then come to Minnesota where these organizations set them up with lives. This is also the reason why Minnesota has the second-largest Hmong population in the world.
The Hmong are originally from Southwestern China and the hmong or also known as the Miaos were pushed down to laos and thailand. The Chinese officials didn't like the way how fast the Hmong population was growing, so they set fire to the Hmong kingdom, burning down houses and old manuscripts, killing a large percentage of the adults and destroying the original language. Only old people and young people were left. The Chinese were going…