1. i can marry a Hmong christian with the same last name and her parents would let me because they are christians and the taboo custom of probiting marriage between same surnames only applies to traditional Hmong.
2. why do Hmong christians use the word "noj peb caug" as if it's a reference to "new year" when "noj peb caug" means "offering 30 plates of foods and wine to the ancestors? thanking them, venerating them and your (parents) as the ancestors, remember yourself that you are a descendant (family tree). Hence, noob (child/future descendants), tu cag tu ceg (often says when one forgotten the ways/teachings of his or her parents.)
3. even so, the traditional new year taken place outside at the ball park field refers to "tsav hau toj" refering "offering to dead hmong soldiers, leaders, kings, and so on..." it is only latter that the incorporation of bull fighting, ball tossing, singing becamse part of the event.
4. i don't have to pay bride price because in the christian faith, the girl has to pay for the wedding. why do hmong christian parents still demand the bride price?
5. you wear hmong clothes. hmong clothes, with all them symbols...... i hope you realized that in the Hmong culture, the Hmong hemp skirts, rice seeds and etc... came from the garden of Ntxooj Nyoog; Hmong Christian worst nightmare that they scream and blame everything on a deity that is not even part of Christianity.
Mixing Ntxooj Nyoog and Satan is a big no no. Both deities are from different religion. They have different functions.