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On December 1st, 2019, Karina Lo speaks with Belinda Lo, who is her mother. Karina asks Belinda about her childhood and the experience from when she came to America. They discuss about the hardships and challenges Belinda went through to...
This discussion is one in which we all speak of certain topics that pertain to the certain abilities and inabilities of both men and women.
We talked about Val's career background, her path, experience in the US.
We are discussing this because it shows how parents today values so much about how boys should be boys and girls should be girls. This matters because it shapes your views how you expects others to be and it shape...
Learn about how lulu learned korean kn her own. And how that has changed her.
Mason Dunn (35) interviews his friend and mentor, Grace Sterling Stowell (63), about the way that language helps in developing personal identity and the shifts that language has taken in the last 4 decades in the wider LGBTQ+ movement.
My interview with my mother: Memories from post WWII Germany, emigrating to the United States, culture shock, COVID-19, language barriers
In this interview, conducted on November 2021 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Trinh Trinh (16) interviews her grandma Anh Tran (69) about her hard obstacles to America. Her grandmother shared stories about how she met her husband and the affects of...
Andover Stories of American Identity: Juan Morales shares his harrowing story about coming to America as a young child. He discusses the importance of family, culture and hard work.
Finishing up the interview and talking about advice for people who could be immigrating today.
Enran came from China. He did not know any English when he first came to United States. His English capability slowly increased through his hard work.
Here, I talk to my mom and dad about their experiences with their experience as Taiwanese immigrants, and how faith has woven itself into this experience. We touch on the similarities of Christian and Chinese values, as well as how...
We began after asking about one positive and one negative experience, which led into a discussion about regretting not learning Spanish.
We will be discussing the expectations of parenting and the way it affects teens and our thinking. Society has so many expectations of how each parent is supposed to act.
I interview my best friends’ French-American mother, Joelle. Our discussion begins with her immigration to the United States from Marseille and shifts into how language and culture have impacted the success of her fashion brand, Share With.
We are not Hispanic, but made teaching our kids Spanish a priority. Being bilingual opens up a part of the world my kids wouldn't have access to without the second language. They sing songs in Spanish that we used to...
Friends and coworkers Alex Kolker (27) interviews Shabir Kabiri (29) about his experience attending university in the United States, the differences between Afghan and American culture, and what the American dream means to him.
Spouses, Pnomwan Wager (66) and Lawrence Wager (75), discuss Pnomwan’s immigration to the United States, Lawrence’s deployment in Thailand, and their children, as they together recount their love story.
I interview critically acclaimed artist Simon Molnar (16) about music and what it means to us. We talk about how music is a language within its self and what experiences we take away from every sound and piece we listen...