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Xee Moua cared for family, Hmong community

1:33 AM, Jan. 2, 2013
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Xee Moua occasionally got frustrated by traditional Hmong cultural conventions and the fallout from war that essentially took away her childhood and limited her educational opportunities.

But despite the huge responsibilities that were handed to her, and the fact that her family was uprooted from its home when she was 8 or 9 years old, she never lost her generous heart or her motivation to learn and teach, even while struggling in the late stages of cancer. Xee Moua shared that thirst for knowledge with the Hmong community as a whole, hosting a local radio talk show that shared news of the ...

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