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We've been together for 6 years and I've been to more hmong weddings/funerals than I have american ones. This information is going to assume you're not Hmong or Asian at all (you didn't say your nationality), younger (20's), she's of similar age and never been previously married and has no kids. Her Hmong friends are probably going to be just fine with you being a different nationality. Make jokes, laugh and smile, respect people's views, show interest in their lives, avoid controversial subjects, you'll fit in well. You're correct for the most part about our situation.
I'm a white guy married to a hmong girl in California. I hadn't been dating within my own race for a good 5 years, so I was used to entering a new group. There's not much difference between Hmong people and any other people.
When it comes to their values, they are traditional in outlook, and trustworthy in practice.
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Anyway, a good way to make a good impression is be open, don't be afraid to talk to the elders (most of them know English, and mostly all can still communicate effectively even with their broken English), ask a question if you do not know or do not understand! Hmong events have a lot of drinking involved, so if you're not the drinking type, you can always make up good excuses, such as, "I take a specific type of medication that won't allow me to drink." Or as someone else mentioned, just keep holding that same first half finished beer can and sip here and there.
My husband's favorite thing to do is holding a NOS can and say he already has a can of beer.
Feel free to PM if you want more details/have any more questions, or if you want to ask my husband any questions.There will be LOTS of comments on you not being hmong, but they are all meant in good jest. Ask what people are doing, offer to help, show interest, and talk to the older generation. If you can break away from your girlfriend and engage with the others without her there, it will also give you major points (ie: showing you are independent). If you have specific questions or want some more details, respond here or PM. I just turned 30 and she's in her mid twenties.Hmong people tend to talk a lot about Hmong culture, so it's just going to stand out that you are not Hmong. Neither of us have been previously married or have kids.I just wanted to first and foremost, congratulate you on the biggest first step in the relationship!You probably might not think much of it and consider it "inevitable" but culturally, it is a huge step for the relationship if the woman introduces her boyfriend to her family.
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I recommend reading An Introduction to Hmong Culture.