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In this interview, conducted on November 26,2017 in Austin, Texas, Jessica N. (17) interviews her family friend Phuong D. (67) about life back in Vietnam as well as Phuong's journey to America. Phuong shares her struggles about the trip to...
This interview is a discussion of the cultural differences between Norway and America. We discuss holiday traditions, education, exchange programs, sports, and treatment of persons.
My mom talks about her life in Vietnam and how it changed when she immigrated to the U.S. Q1: When and where were you born? A1: I am born in Quang Ngai, Tra Khuc River. Q2: What was life like...
This is a discussion with my 96 year old grandmother and the things she has experienced in life.
Kattia immigrated to the U.S because for a better life for her two children in Costa Rica. A scary part into coming to the U.S was never seeing her children again.
My mom, Ai Ly, talks about her times in Vietnam, her memories in America, and what she wants to do in the future.
Thanksgiving day interview with my dad discussing growing up, meeting my mom, and what it means to be an American
Arielle Andrews (20) talks with her aunt, Vicky Cypress (40s) about her time as a radio DJ in the 90s, the influence of music on ourselves and society, and black music and black culture.
This interview discusses the American Dream with my aunt. We go into depth about the culture and politics related to this Dream.
A daughter asking her mother questions about her move to America and questions along the line.
Over Thanksgiving break, I interviewed my grandpa about his experiences serving in Vietnam.
In this interview, conducted in November 2019 in Chicago, Illinois. I, Karen Salgado(17) interview my old friend and peer, Geovanni Celaya(18) about his plans for his future tomorrow. He talks about what mark he would like to leave when he...
86 and 90 year old siblings, Max and Sonja reflect on their families’ choices and character as they recall their immigration from Germany to the United States in 1937.
Imagine flying over 6,000 miles, to the other side of the globe and settling in a place you know very little about. This might sound scary to a lot of people. Some people don’t like traveling with little kids because...
Dinah and Renee talk about Sivia, Renee’s traveling grandma. They also chat about what is means to be “Hakka” and “Farang” at home
My mom went through a lot of hardships and was raised in a tougher environment, but she overcame it and proved to be strong and successful.
We talked about what life is like for my Grandpa as an American and how things have affected his life.
In this interview, I asked my dad questions that’s revolved around the improvement of America and essentially being an American
**DISCLAIMER** innapropriate language was used at 6:56 in this interview. I am very sorry for this inconvenience. Nonetheless, I had the pleasure of interviewing my grandfather for this project, and did not regret it. He was someone growing up that...