Daughter talks to mother about childhood.

Ziva Sklar, a twelve year old, asks her mother about what her childhood was like when she was 12.

Coming to America: An interview with my mom

This was a interview with my mom and her expericence before and after she came to America. It was located in flushing new york on november 25 2018.

Bryan Chunton and Pei Shan Wei

Business partners Bryan Chunton [no age given] and Pei Shan Wei [no age given] talk about their path to opening their Isan restaurant on Little Thailand Way in Queens, New York. They talk about the lessons they learned from their...

My mom’s life

My mom had a very interesting childhood. This has made her the woman she is today.

Puwana Pragthuangsuk and Sopon Kosalanan

Sopon Kosalanan (43) พูดคุยกับเพื่อนและคู่ใจ, Puwana Pragthuangsuk (38), เกี่ยวกับโครงการชุมชนลิตเติ้ลไทยแลนด์ในนิวยอร์ก ธุรกิจร้านอาหารของพวกเขา และชุมชนชาวไทยในนิวยอร์ก. [Sopon Kosalanan (43) talks with his partner, Puwana Pragthuangsuk (38), about Little Thailand Way initiatives, their restaurants, and the Thai community in New York.]


This is my aunt Johan and, she is the best aunt in the world!

Juttana Rimreartwate and Steven Raga

Juttana "Moo" Rimreartwate (57) talks to his New York State Assemblymember Steven Raga [no age given] about the Little Thailand community in Queens. They talk about getting to know each other, the goals they have for their work, and their...

Grandma’s Voice

I was 10 when my Grandma came to live with us. This is about her impact on me and my life.

Hello Roy!!

This interview is about my friend – Roy. Everyone has a unique childhood, also including him. We talked about the memory of childhood, change of life, matter of family, etc. Moreover, this interview helped me know more about my friend....

Steve Sparr interview #2

Steve is growing up rather quickly and the world is turning faster than ever before. With the help of a special 2nd grade teacher he has skipped ahead in grades and has been exploring his strengths and interests. The 60s...

Kermit Sahney and Manny Cruz

Friends and coworkers Kermit Sahney (26) and Manny Cruz (31) reflect on their relationship with the Boys' Club of New York from their experience as youth members to current employees.

growing up and learning with the natural world

Kerissa Battle (42) an ecologist in the Catskills talks with a close family friend Leana Tishim (13) a student on Long Island about her childhood and the experiences and lessons learned. She also shares a few lessons about finding oneself...

Khin Oo and Ratree Ratdachot

Conversation partners Khin Oo (21) and Ratree Ratdachot (67) talk about Ratree's childhood in Thailand, moving to Queens and starting a business in Elmhurst, NY. They also discuss the importance of having an official Little Thailand in NYC and how...

Talkin with Tom

In this interview, my uncle and I discuss many things that have occurred in his life.

2019-11-29 Interview Recording – Rakesh Khurana and Arjun Khurana

Arjun Khurana (17) interviews Rakesh Khurana (52) during Thanksgiving celebrations. They discuss Rakesh's major life experiences, largely in terms of how they affected the development of his personal philosophies and morals.

The Life of Sally Laurilliard

This interview includes information about Sally's life as an English Teacher, parent, and grandmother.

Take advantage of every opportunity that is given to you, and treasure every moment you have

In this interview conducted on December 1st 2019 in flushing queens, Lucas Moore interviews his father Robert Moore on his childhood. He explains his hardships that he faced in a poor family, and the things he never was able to...

Covid-19: Lila Chapman

Jackie Neale talks with her student, Lila Chapman about how she is feeling in the time of the Coronavirus global pandemic. Lila is Jackie's ungrad photography student at the New York Film Academy and upon being given the stay-at-home mandate...

Steve Sparr interview #3

Steve has made his way back to New York with his new partner, Dolores. They set up shop and decide to get married. Two girls follow and the rest is history!