Internet Resources

Compiled by Mark E. Pfeifer, PhD

WWW Hmong Homepage. WWW Hmong Homepage (Hmongnet)  the oldest of the Hmong resource
websites. Hmongnet includes updated announcements related to Hmong studies, news stories from
around the world pertaining to Hmong people, and an extensive set of links to research resources.

Hmong Studies Internet Resource Center. The Hmong Studies Internet Resource Center provides
30 Hmong-related subject bibliographies with references to books and articles in a broad range of
topical sub-areas including Hmong history, culture, Hmong socio-cultural adaptation in diaspora
communities across the world, and physical health. The website also includes extensive Hmong-related
census data from the 2000 U.S. census and a library of research papers. In addition, the site is the host
of the peer-reviewed Hmong Studies Journal.

Hmong Cultural and Resource Center. The Hmong Cultural Center’s website includes extensive
information about Hmong history and culture, detailed 2000 census data relating to the Hmong across
the United States, galleries, and information about Hmong people around the world, pictures and
information pertaining to Hmong cultural artifacts, Hmong bibliographies, and a full indexed and
annotated catalog of the hundreds of Hmong-related books, PhD dissertations, academic journal
articles, newspaper articles, and videos contained in the cultural center’s Hmong Resource Centre in
St. Paul, MN.

Hmong Studies Journal. The Hmong Studies Journal is an internet-based publication devoted to the
scholarly discussion of Hmong history, Hmong culture, Hmong people, and other facets of the Hmong
experience in the U.S., Asia, and around the world. Several volumes of the online journal have been
published since 1996. The website also includes Hmong research bibliographies.

Hmong Times Newspaper. Website of Hmong newspaper based in St. Paul, MN. The site includes
the full text of the newspaper’s articles and an archive of previous stories.

Hmong Today Newspaper. Website of Hmong newspaper based in St. Paul, MN. The site includes
the full text of the newspaper’s articles and an archive of previous stories.

Dr. Gary Yia Lee’s Website. Gary Yia Lee is a Hmong-origin anthropologist based in Australia. His
website includes several scholarly articles he has authored related to Hmong culture, Hmong identity,
Hmong family life, and the incorporation of Hmong origin persons in Thai society.

Dr. Kao-Ly Yang's Website. Dr. Kao-Ly Yang is a Hmong-origin anthropologist based in California.
Her website includes several scholarly articles she has authored pertaining to Hmong culture and
society.

Learn about Hmong Website. A multicultural education website from the Hmong Cultural and
Resource Center in Saint Paul with extensive videoclips and information about Hmong culture, the
Hmong refugee experience, Hmong community life and Hmong contributions to the United States. The
site also contains multimedia sections devoted to all of the major Hmong folk art forms.