"Laib" can literally mean "gangster" or "the ability to do something."
As an invited keynote speaker & performer, catch Pagnia Xiong at this year's UW - Green Bay Southeast Asian Student Union event, which will showcase Southeast Asian individuals who have gone against traditional views to "ua laib" or be successful.
For more info, visit the official event page.
Join the University of WI-Stout Hmong Stout Student Organization (H.S.S.O) in celebrating their 11th Annual Menomonie Hmong New Year! It's a time to come together & appreciate the Hmong culture through music, dance, song, sports, and food. With performances by special guests Pagnia Xiong (at 12:15pm) and Tou SaiKo Lee (at 1:30), along with a volleyball tournament, you won't want to miss this event!
UW-Stout Students/Faculty/Staff: FREE (Bring Student ID)
Community Members: $5.00
Children 5 or Under: Free
Time: 7:00pm - 11:00pm
Location: Terrace, Memorial Student Center
DJ Party with DJ Daven Vang
(*ALCOHOL IS PROHIBITED*)
For more information on the Hmong New Year, contact:
Entertainment -- Carol Vang at email@example.com
Vendors -- PaHoua Yang at firstname.lastname@example.org
Volleyball -- Newshelon Her at email@example.com
Join the Hmong American Women's Association at this free community event on health & wellness in Milwaukee, Wisconsin!
In her second keynote concert this year, Pagnia Xiong will be speaking on an important part of our health & wellbeing, along with performing new songs she's yet to perform live! Join us on July 15th!
Click here for more details.
Pagnia Xiong will be headlining the Friday Night Concert at the 18th Annual Hmong National Development Conference (HNDC) in Milwaukee, WI. After an inspiring day of workshops, join this special concert as Pagnia will be sharing new music from her latest album, Plhis Suab, along with some of your favorites!
Open to public. For more info, visit www.hndinc.org.
The official CA album release of Plhis Suab will be exclusively available at the official booth of Pagnia Xiong (#D60)* during the Hmong International New Year 2017 in Fresno, CA.
Special Note: The remarkable t-shirt apparel by design artist, Pachiaaa will be featured and available for purchase at the booth. Visit www.pachiaaa.com for more details!
*Refer to map below for booth location.
The 6th Annual Hmong New Year hosted by Hmong United Student Association (HUSA) from the University of St. Thomas will feature activities, performances, & food!
Open to the public
Special Guest Performers:
Tou SaiKo Lee
Traditional Hmong attire or semi-formal/formal
If you have any questions, email HUSA@stthomas.edu.
The official WI release of Plhis Suab will be exclusively available at Pagnia Xiong's official booth (#172) at the Hmong National Labor Day Festival 2016 in Oshkosh, WI.
NOTE: If you are unfamiliar with the festival grounds, there is only one entrance/exit for all attendees. Pagnia Xiong's booth is located close to this entrance. Please refer to the map for exact booth location*.
*Click on map to enlarge.
UPDATE: Catch Pagnia's performance at 10:30 AM on the main stage (Entertainment Tent) on Saturday!
The official release of Pagnia Xiong's third album, Plhis Suab will be exclusively available at Pagnia Xiong's official booth (#143) at the 36th Annual Hmong International Freedom Celebration & Sport Tournament. Please refer to the map for booth location*.
*Click on map to enlarge.
Just three days after my birthday on June 5, I received a special phone call from a woman whom I had never met before, and who had a big dream.
Her name is Susan Kaying Pha. A couple years ago, Susan, an author and CEO of Pha Publishing LLC, realized she didn't see books with "success that looked like her." (Her exact words.) In other words, she couldn't see herself in them.
With her passion for youth, and knowing how important it is for Hmong youth to see a book filled with success that looked like them...the book, "Success That Looks Like Me" came to be.
So what does this have to do with me?
On that hot day in June, Susan called to feature me as one of the 25 inspirational and successful Hmong people in the U.S. in her new book.
Her reason for selecting me as one of the 25 made me realize why I needed to be a part of this book. I imagine she'll tell you the reason at this fundraiser banquet on November 22 that I cordially invite YOU to attend, my dear one.
JOIN US (+ the 25 features) to help bring this book into the world's libraries and more importantly, into the hands of Hmong children & youth! You don't wanna miss this!
P.S. Yes, I will be performing!
Ticket Information: http://tiny.cc/PROJECTSUCCESS2015
See the Official Banquet Invitation