On the morning of May 16, Eng Yang rose early. He read notes he had taken 30 years earlier in books that had survived the trek out of the mountains of Laos, across the Mekong River, through the refugee camps of Thailand, and beyond the Pacific, all the way to his... More >>>
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courtesy of Fred
A team of Hmong resistance fighters returned to Laos to look for samples of yellow rain. Here, they present their findings to a Ban Vinai camp leader, the man in the blue blazer. Eng Yang stands to the right.