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Sunday, January 18, 2004

Genocide against the Hmong 

Aside from the one tasteless exhibit at the "Making Differences" exhibition (see previous entry), the idea of the anti-genocide project itself is obviously very worthwhile.

Philip Blenkinsop's photographs of the Hmong people, erstwhile allies of the Australians and Americans in Laos and Vietnam are also being exhibited at "Making Differences". Since the withdrawal of the American-led forces from Indochina, and the resultant communist revolutions, the Hmong are now hunted through the jungles of Laos and Vietnam by the communists.

See also Lao Human Rights Council and Hmong International Human Rights Watch
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