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Mārtiņš Rubenis recounts growing up Latvian in Seattle and explains some profound connections he has with Latvia, the country his parents fled because of the Soviet Occupation during WWII.
We talk about so many thing about her personal life, memories, opinions and how she learned cooking so well.
Mercina Tillemann interviews her 87 year old grandmother, Holocaust survivor Annette Lantos
We talked about childhood, handicaps, marriage, divorce, retirement.
We travelled throughout the Pacific Northwest for two and a half weeks in 2017. This recording is about the highlights of that trip.
How birds have influenced the life and career of Kharli a naturalist from the Puget Sound area.
(Yoshie Fields)Does America accept you as a human, as a person? My interviewee came from Japan and moved to America. Yoshie Fields decided to go to America because she wanted something new, something different. She left for education and experience,...
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...
Jeffery Adjei’s story about Ghana and moving to the U.S.A
Beyanka Vong, born in Vietnam, talks about the struggles she had faced throughout her childhood and her many different experiences. She constantly traveled around at a young age due to her parents’ divorce and eventually led to her journey with...
In the interview, we were talking about How I went to school and how I met my husband through a friend.
We talk about growing up and school . We talk about when we was child and some story when we was child. We talk about school.
A chat with my friend while waiting for late night dumplings
I interviewed my aunt who I also see as my second mom. This allowed me to learn more about her life and past.
A Speech Pathologist has a conversation with her long-time patient and friend.
We talked about my grandpas story about him coming to America
My wife Ann and I went to visit Aunt Susan the day after Thanksgiving in 2017. Susan spoke about being an “immigrant family” in Brazil, and her subsequent move to the US.
Why an immigrant from Switzerland/Indonesia appreciates the USA
We talked about growing up and learning values and finding joy even when things can be challenging.
I talked with my roommate who is Korean about growing up & school. Then I could know a lot of Korean cultures and people.