1993 – Loren & Veneta Lesher

Loren (age 94) and Veneta (age 90) Lesher have been married 71 years. They are sharing stories from each year of their marriage which took place in 1953. This interview covers the year 1993.

Youth in Asia

While attending the University of Hawaii, Bobby was not very interested in school, and frequently missed class to go surfing. One day when he did go to class, he heard his teacher tell the class that their paper on euthanasia...

Carolyn Woo and Kristen Vance

One Small Step conversation partners Kristen Vance (59) and Carolyn Woo (69) talked about the value of international travel to better understand different people.

Huey-Min Chuang and Mei-Yi Chen

Recently reconnected friends Huey-Min Chuang [no age given] and Mei-Yi Chen (51) share their childhood immigration and coming-of-age stories and what home means to them. They also talk about their current projects and what they hope for in their rekindled...

Tony Liu – A sentimental journey through childhood in Hong Kong

Tony Liu (79) talks with his son, Nick Liu (44) about about his childhood friends, adventures, and dreams in Hong Kong.

me and my dad

I talk with 爸爸 (dad) about him growing up and the things he did

Jason Sears and Joyce Chu

One Small Step partners Jason Sears (51) and Joyce Chu (30) share their reflections on the Hong Kong protests in 2019, the George Floyd protests in 2020, and their experiences with racism. Joyce also shares her experience of being excommunicated...

Tim Wheeler and Joseph Ernst

One Small Step conversation partners Tim Wheeler (68) and Joseph "Joey" Ernst (40) explore common experiences growing up in small Midwestern towns and talk about their differing views on environmentalism and climate change.

Seeking the Golden Rice Bowl: an Interview with Tony Yuenkai Liu

Tony Liu (79) talks with his daughter, Tana Liu-Beers (42), about leaving China on the eve of Mao's takeover.