Tiffany Chang and Chun-Yen Chen

Tiffany Chang interviews her godmother, Chun-Yen Chen, a dynamically acknowledged Taiwanese-American woman who talks about her experience as an immigrant coming to America and what she has learned in her years of advocating for racial solidarity and justice.

Alice Wong & Rochelle Kwan

Alice Wong (46) talks with her friend, Rochelle Kwan (27), about growing up Asian American and disabled in the Midwest, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and the Disability Visibility Project.

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Lisa Yee, Norman Chung, and Beryl Chung

Beryl Chung (33) talks with her parents, Lisa Yee (67) and Norman Chung (70), about coming to terms with her Chinese-American identity, moving to China, and growing up as a Chinese-American family.

Diversity and Faith: Shared and Divergent Experiences

I talked with my dad about our unique experiences of growing up as a visible minority, and our respective relationships with faith.

“I don’t say ‘I love you’ often, but I love you cousin.”

In this interview, conducted in November 2019 in Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey, Kelly Dalisay (16) interviews her older cousin, Ashley Dalisay (18) about her life through childhood to Stockton University as an Asian American. She shares her story of...

Erin Hernandez and her mother Lhorlee Hernandez talks about immigrating to the United States for the first time.

Conducted on December 2019 at Plano, Texas, this interview between Erin Hernandez (16) and her mom Lhorlee Hernandez (39) talks about the experiences and hardships in immigrating to the land of the United States. Mrs. Hernandez details her journey on...

A Peaceful Resistance

Tony elaborates on his Vietnamese Asian-American experience and his journey with Hidden Fest, a platform for creatives to network and grow.

A Guest in My Home Country

Dinah and Renee talk about Sivia, Renee’s traveling grandma. They also chat about what is means to be “Hakka” and “Farang” at home