HmongX, inspired by TED talks, is an intercollegiate conference that aspires to connect and empower college students across California through stories. HmongX is a space for Hmong and non-Hmong persons to learn more and explore the Hmong American identity and issues. Our speakers will engage and share a diverse range of stories and experiences that center on Hmongness.

Register for the event by April 15, 2015. To register, please click the link below:

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Apply to be a presenter by March 18, 2015. To apply, please click the link below:

Become a Presenter

The event will be on April 18, 2015 from 10AM to 3:30PM (5:30PM for discussion & dinner). The location of the venue will be Y2E2 Room 111 (Engineering Quad). Free parking spaces will be available in Parking Structure 2.

Dr. Kou Yang, Professor of Ethnic and Gender Studies, CSU Stanislaus

Peter Xiong, Cultural Arts Student Coordinator, CSU Monterey Bay

Lilian Thaoxaochay, Ph.D. candidate in Anthropology, UCSC

Lyia Jalao, Community Organizer, UC Davis

Eric Vue, Artist, UC Riverside

Zai Vang, Entrepreneur/Educator, UCLA