Last updated: Friday, September 16, 2011 - 11:45

Letter from the Editor

Nyob zoo suav daws. For the past 15 years, HmoobTeen Magazine became the forum where Hmong teens from across the country could address issues affecting their lives. As the premier place to speak and be heard, HmoobTeen not only try to reduce isolation among teens but the magazine sought to provide resources and coping methods for its readers. With over 20,000 readers per issue, HmoobTeen has had its share of successes and challenges. This year, we transitioned from a print magazine to an online ezine. Though the transition was essential to reach more Hmong teens, we were faced with challenges beyond our control.

I am sad to announce, HmoobTeen Magazine will be put on hold for an undefined period of time. Hmong American Partnership made the decision to put the magazine on hold after the fall 2011 issue. This decision was not an easy one. HAP understands the need for HmoobTeen to exist and the vital role it plays in the lives of Hmong teens. This is without saying; HAP will seek to restructure the magazine to withstand economic challenges while at the same time creating a foundation for long-term success.

Readers will continue to have access to HmoobTeen’s website: hmoobteen.hmong.org to read past issues. Our email account hmoobtm@hmong.org will be checked on a regular basis.

On behalf of HAP and the editorial team, thank you for your support during this challenging time.

Sincerely,

Sai Vang

Editor-in-Chief

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