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From 1790-1860, the Hmong fled south from Chinese persecution into Burma, Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam.In the early 1990s many UN refugee camps in Thailand were closed and Hmong who remained there were forced to move to a non-UN camp at the Thai Buddhist temple Wat Tham Krabok, where suffering continued, especially isolation from not being allowed to go outside of the camp.For survival and permission to cross out of the camp and local areas, many Hmong refugees became Thai citizens (Hmong Thai) by paying sums of money borrowed from relatives.The CIA coordinated efforts against Laotian Communists, the Pathet Lao, in partnership with Hmong military leader General Vang Pao and the Royal Lao Government. did not fully acknowledge the Hmong role in the war until the early 1980s.
Former CIA Director Colby credited Hmong with saving thousands of U. soldiers by blocking the North Vietnamese from extending the Ho Chi Minh Trail into Laos. In 1975, many Hmong-Lao fled to Thailand as refugees, escaping the persecution and retaliation of the Lao communist government.
The country's major means of transportation is the Mekong River.