— The annual Hmong New Year celebration kicks off Friday
in Sheboygan when at least 3,000 people are expected to
attend a three-day event of food, music, entertainment and
co-chairman Shua Yang says this year's theme will focus on
how far the Hmong community has come over the last four
decades. Yang says individuals have advanced to hold
political positions, operate their own businesses and
serve in the military.
the celebration at the Acuity Fieldhouse at North High
School is a time when communities can come together, talk
about what's going on in their families and wish blessings
for the year ahead.
Press Media (http://shebpr.es/1bSrdYd
) says Friday's program including a dancing and singing
competition. Saturday includes a complimentary lunch,
fashion and cultural events. Sunday is a talent and