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Fresno's Rogue Festival Features Performance Of Latehomecomer, A Hmong Family Memoir

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Latehomecomer
Hmong American Actor Jasmine Vang will be performing the novel Latehomecomer by Hmong American author Kao Kalia Yang at the Rogue Festival in Fresno. (Photo Credit: Rogue Festival)

Hmong Community Celebrated With Performance Of Latehomecomer At Fresno Festival

The Rogue Festival in Fresno’s Tower District showcases local talent through improv, comedy and storytelling. This year the festival will host nearly 200 performances over the course of two weekends.  One of them is a performance of the novel Latehomecomer by Hmong American author Kao Kalia Yang.
Guest: Jasmine Vang, Hmong American Actor 

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