Anthropologist Jacques Lemoine looks at the Meo (Hmong) who were originally aborigines of northern central China but forced to migrate south to avoid oppression and to preserve their way of life. Today they live in villages scattered over China and Southeast Asia. This program is about the Meo in Laos where they suffered heavy losses in the civil war. Shows the Meo in American backed refugee camps and includes their traditional lifestyle which they are trying to preserve.
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