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By SHANNON RYAN
A heady bout of travel anxiety is the common preface to a trip well-traveled. Questions arise from the ambiguity of suitcase packing — how many blouses is really too many blouses — to the memory of what items are essential suitcase stuffers — oh where, oh where is my iPhone charger?
Grab a notebook and a pen — or your fingertips and an iPhone — and scroll down your trip’s essentials: its length, the predicted temperatures and any paramount activities you have scheduled.
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Minnesota may be the home of many lakes, zubaz pants, hipsters (if you believe them), and hot dishes, but Minnesota also has one of the largest Hmong population in the United States.
In the Dayton’s Bluff neighborhood of St. Paul, Minnesota, there is a taste of Southeast Asia tucked inside a shopping area known as Hmong Village. The exterior of the building looks like a plain one-level commercial strip when in fact, Hmong Village houses multiple stalls helmed by different Hmong vendors for shopping, health, and entertainment.
Most importantly, there’s also a produce market inside, as well as a food court serving delicious, authentic Southeast Asian cuisine.
See the food photos after the jump.
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