Mission House #2 MongNjua Hmong

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Mission House #2 MongNjua House 2014, In the late 1970’s we lived in Ban NaPaPaek NorthWest Thailand in the Himalayan Mountains. Our first Mong Mission house was rent free, like this one in the photo, for about 6 to 8 months. There were no roads, electricity, plumbing. Water was carried from a spring.

HmongNews.Org, Protestant Christian Missionaries Norman and Selma Oetker, Saint Charles Missouri, L.A.M. "The Light (Jesus) Amidst the Mong", not for profit established 1978 US.,
HmongNews.Org, Protestant Christian Missionaries Norman and Selma Oetker, Saint Charles Missouri, L.A.M. “The Light (Jesus) Amidst the Mong”, not for profit established 1978 US.,

From this small hut, I went to all of the other 30 or so huts, in these three loosely grouped villages which comprised NaPaPaek. This particular, MongNjua village was in the midst of the Golden Triangle,(the place of Heroin planting, cultivating, and sales.) No Thailand people or others from the lowlands, ventured into these Himalayan Communist, Bandits, Criminal controlled areas. Not only the Mong, Northern Thais, Taiyais and other criminals. The Burmese War-Lords, as well as the former Chinese General Chiang Kai-shek Kuomintang’s followers live here., “HmongNews.Org”, Protestant Christian Missionaries, Norman and Selma Oetker, Selma’s Pulpit, “The Light Amidst the Hmong”, Hmong, UCLE, Pahawh, RPA., Saint Charles Missouri US.,