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Two AASCSC co-president, Tim Cheng and Jeffrey Wo, share their personal stories as well as volunteer experience for Asian American Senior Citizens Service Centre – AASCSC.
A 70 year old reflects back on success, money, time, and family in a conversation with her son and daughter.
This interview is about a Chinese International student in University of Idaho. She will talk about her personal experiences in China and America.
Warning! All the Language are Chinese! Today, I came to chat with my aunt. She introduced me to her childhood and her career and answered many of my questions.
“After every air raid we would have to count heads to make sure everyone was okay”. On January 1, 2019, 14 year-old Taylor Huie interviewed her grandmother, Sylvia Huie, about her experience escaping the Japanese-Chinese War in the 1930s when...
Describes the early good of my fathers life and how it describes the person he is today.
We begin with my mother’s childhood, then her career in PR before meeting my father, their relationship, struggles in having Jiming (my brother), as well as me and my younger sister Kelly, and her experience(s) immigrating to the US.
My 83 year old grandma telling me her past, her story, and her experience. From China to Vietnam due to the Japanese invasion to America, my grandma tells me of her experience. She tells me of her adaptation to the...
In this interview, conducted November 2018 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Ella Liu (16) interviews her Grandmother Tina Liu (76 born in 1942). Ella asks her NaiNai about her childhood so she can recall memories from China and coming to the United...
An interview with a Chinese grandparent on his perspective on Chinese historical events that he lived through.
Our journey as husbands that brought us to our wedding in Iceland 8-8-18
Part II of Interviewing My Grandma
I interview my grandma about living in Vietnam and living in the U.S. My grandma talks about how living in the Vietnam was like and why she left to go to the U.S. Please listen to the interview with my...
Our interview ran short, but a friend of mine who’s Chinese talked about her cultural life growing up and the way she was raised by her adopted family.
Coming to America, one of the biggest challenges is learning the language. I ask my dad about some of those difficulties.
I examined with my father’s family history and how it affected him growing up. Despite the discrimination and poverty, my father’s hard work and his relationship with God will helped him in the long run.
Michelle Dong (15) and her mother, Lily Yang, (50) discuss happiness in life due to family and simple things in New Hyde Park, New York. Ms. Yang talks about how her children brought a lot of happiness into her life,...