Life From Pampanga, Philippines to Orange, California

In this interview, conducted on April 20, 2019 in Orange, California, Mya Naguit (19) interviews her father, Manny Naguit (59) about the duration of his life from Pampanga, Philippines to Orange, California. Mr. Naguit shares insights into his memories as...

The Church and My Filipino Mom

We talked about my mom’s experiences with the Catholic Church from when she was a little girl in the Philippines to now as a grandmother in the United States.

Typhoon Haiyan

This is an interview I had with my grandmother over the events of Typhoon Haiyan.

Janelle Spencer-Ramirez and her Grandpa talk about his life before emigrating to Chicago and his life in Chicago

In this inteview with my grandpa, Autemio B. Ramirez, 76 years old, we talked about his life in the Philipines before he emigrated to the United States and his life after he emigrated. We saw the similarities and differences between...

A visit with my aunt

I discovered my family history by chance on a visit to Los Angeles. My aunt Linda tells me the history of the Juachon family.

Grandpa War Interview

My grandpa and I talk about his time in Vietnam. We also delve into how he adjusted to life after the war and if he kept in contact with people from his unit.

“I even told myself I wanted to become a carpenter.”

Since he was young, my dad aspired to become a carpenter and build infrastructure where he grew up, a city called Zamboanga City that was not so urbanized as it is today. He did not envision moving to a new...

A Filipino parent’s solution to bullying.

Brothers recount a bullying incident in elementary school. An older teen was taking the boy’s lunch every day. This is a story (many families have very similar stories)… about how this family (and the school district) managed the problem of...

Talking to Lolo
November 25, 2017 App Interview

Just me asking my grandfather a few questions about his life.

Emily Liebau #MyAAPIStory

Your identity is something you should be able to embrace; but it’s not always the simplest thing to understand. This is my spoken word dedicated to the empowerment I’ve found through the never ending journey of learning about my Asian...