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This interview is about how my teacher moved to Hawaii from the Marshall Islands.
This interview is about how he helps Chuukese students get involved in clubs.
It was about himself and it was about the person who insults him because of his finger and not fighting back
I ask my grandmother about her experiences and feelings with watching the first moon landing July 20th, 1969.
That no matter what you be yourself, and be brave when you meet other people. In the past was very different than in times right now because back then you couldn’t do a lot than now.
It is important to not take things for granted, you never know what could happen at any time. Family is very important, and the ones who are there for you.
An interview with my grandma, Anne Lee Lewis. She grew up in Honolulu, Hawaii in the early 1900s. She was one of five sibling born to a Korean father who was a contract laborer on the early sugar plantations and...
This is an interview or my parents who have been married for around 28 years.
Al Secchi shares memories from his life and life advise with his daughter, Andrea Secchi
Roy Disney worked on a movie called Morning Light where they took kids who had never sailed before and trained them for months so they could sail in one of the toughest races in the world of sailing, the transpac....
Walter Miller shares about himself , his family and his thoughts and experiences of La’ie.
I asked Kate about her journey to becoming a professor at BYU Hawaii and about her feelings about the job.
In this interview I (17) interview my mother, Nellie Walker (45) about her life from childhood up to now. She and I discuss her experiences as a parent, our roots as members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day...
It’s important to never underestimate yourself. You can do so much by yourself and even more with people supporting you. There are so many joys in this world, but family brings the most joy.
We talked about early experiences of Malele and the most influential person in her life.