I welcome everyone to LongCheng Radio! Here you will find the best Hmong traditional music and arts. Long Cheng radio offers music from the oldest and famous Hmong three string melody: mandolin folk song [Thajcheej], bamboo flutes [Raj xyoob], two string violin [Plhaujqoj], Jew harp [Ncas], and in contrast, Leaf [Nplooj].
Hmong radio started during the Vietnam War. Lao Houaphao Radio Station was the first Hmong radio established in Longcheng, Laos by General Vang Pao. The radio station was very successful and was heard by thousands of people in Laos and nearby countries. Many other culture joined the traditional radio station as well.
After 1975, the Lao Houaphao Radio Station was never heard again. Our vision for this radio station is to carry and pass on our traditional music and arts to our children and the upcoming generations. Longcheng Radio will bring back its famous Hmong traditional folk songs/new songs, nature music arts, group live talk show, economics, and media.
Thank you to our great leaders and parents, who created such great gifts for us. I will continue to be here to uphold the communications between our communities throughout world.
Longcheng Radio hope that the Hmong communities in the United States of America and other countries who listens will enjoy our programs. If there’s any questions or comments to better serve you, please e-mail me.
Tsengzong Yang, Program Director
Txaus siab txais tos txhua tus tuaj nyem phajfai thiab vam tias koj yuav nrhiav tau Hmoob li suab txuj ci tsim nuj qub txeeg qub teg ntawm thajcheej, Suab Raj xyooj, plhauj qoj, ncas, txiaj pag seev, kwv chab, kwv thxiaj lus taum thiab qwv nplooj.
Xov Tooj Cua Laushuasphauj tseev tsim tshwm tom qab pib kob Rog Cobtsib them ob hauv Lostsuas teb, Nyob hauv nroog Loojceeb los ntawm Yawg Hlob Nai Phoo Vaj Pov. Kev xa xov mus los sib cuag, hnov nto pua phav leej, piav Haiv Hmoob li txuj thiab lwm haiv tuaj koom tham yam tsij xws.
Xov Tooj Cua Laushuasphauj tsis hnov suab nrov tom qab txij xyoo 1975. Lub Xov Tooj Cua no yuav tsum muab nqa thiab tshais nws coj mus rau me tub me nyuam tiam neej tshiab yuav los tom ntej. Lub Xov Tooj Cua no yuav rov muab qhib dua Haiv Hmoob li cov txuj muaj koob meej nto moo lug li, Thajcheej, Kwv Txhiaj Lus Taum, Kwv Chab, Txiaj Pag Seev, Yas Suab Tshiab, Raj Ncas, Plhaujqoj, Xov Xwm Zejzog, Koom Haum kev tshaj xo, thiab txiaj lag kev luam. Ua tsaug rau cov coj thiab tej niam tej txi uas tau tsim muaj yam khoom plig tsim nuj tseg thiab muab tshais los rau peb txheej nim no. Kuv tseem yuav Nyob nov thiab yuav khaws kev txuas txuj, txuas lus mus kom thoob yim meem teb av luaj pua. Xov Tooj Cua Loojceeb cia siab tias cov Hmoob Nyob Asmeslikas thiab Hmoob lwm tebchaws yuav tau txais kev lomzem nrog xov zoo. Yog muaj kev txhawb siab yam yuav pab tau koj zoo dua sau [e-mail] rau kuv. Ua tsaug!
Tsheejzoo Yaj, Phajfai kev Koom Tswj
NROOG LOOJCEEB YOG HAIV HMOOB LUB CEEB TSHEEJ
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