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This interview was done with my Mom who was born and raised in Vietnam who joins me in discussing the hardships of living in Vietnam.
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...
Luc Do tells a story of his experience from the beginning of The War to his arrival of America. He was 2nd-in-command for the District Chief of Ha Tien. His job was to train militias to prepare against any suprise...
An interview on the life and experience of a Vietnamese immigrant in the US.
I interviewed my mom about her childhood and what she was like back then up to the time when she had me and how that changed her life.
We talked about what it was like growing up with depression
Kenney Tran is a Vietnamese American RPCV who served in Colombia, telling stories of exploring his past, learning from history, and analyzing the political movements of today in order to sculpt a better world through policy and legislation. Kenney currently...
We have talked bout her story and few things I have never asked her before as her childhood and her memories.
Chad Goodman was a seven-year-old boy in Vietnam during the Fall of Saigon. His mother realized that the only way that her children could have a better life was if she could give them up to adoption, which also meant...
In this interview, conducted in December 2019 in Fort Worth, Texas, Dai Pham (16) interviews her grandma, Van Hoang about her life in the U.S. They talk about Hoang’s life in Florida and how she raised Pham’s dad. Hoang also...
An interview between a Vietnamese American couple. Husband asks wife about life as the daughter of Vietnamese refugees, being a teacher and mother. What do you want your legacy to be? That is a complex question and the answer is...
My Grandma, Chung Truong talks about growing up in Vietnam and then life later in America.
Hong Do, born in Cambodia and later moved (back) to Vietnam, tells a story of her childhood up until the present. She illustrates her childhood experiences with Viet Cong, the difficult years of her life as a married woman, and...
We talked about the things about my mother’s past and the advice she would like to give me.
An interview about being in Vietnam, going to America, and becoming a mom.
A psychiatrist takes the unfamiliar role of the one being interviewed. His reflection on being a refugee, father, husband and mental health specialist. Life lessons on doing your best, compassion, and hopes for the future are interwoven in this interview.