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Hmong New Year attracts 5,000 from near and far

3:42 PM, Nov. 6, 2013
Michelle Lor of Wausau plays the traditional ball-tossing game with a male partner Nov. 2 at the Hmong New Year celebration at Greenheck Field House in Weston.
Michelle Lor of Wausau plays the traditional ball-tossing game with a male partner Nov. 2 at the Hmong New Year celebration at Greenheck Field House in Weston.
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The Wausau Area Hmong New Year celebration will bring 5,000 people to the Greenheck Field House this weekend from all over the country and beyond.

Kao Kee Yang traveled to Wausau from Beijing, China because he wanted to experience what a Hmong New Year is like in the United States.

He brought with him a handmade Hmong-inspired instrument similar to a flute that he played in a performance. ...

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