First World Problems and Reflecting on Immigrating 35 years Later

We spoke about Edwin’s choice to immigrate to the United States as a young adult and how he feels about it looking back thirty five years later.

Sharing volunteer experience for AASCSC senior center

Two AASCSC co-president, Tim Cheng and Jeffrey Wo, share their personal stories as well as volunteer experience for Asian American Senior Citizens Service Centre – AASCSC.

Remembering my great grandfather

This self interview was about my great grandfather and his relationship with me

9/27 Interview

I talked to Mrs. Childress on her experiences of being a teacher

Oral History Interview with Najia Mansoori for History 111

The main thing we talked about was her family’s history and how their past made her the person she is today.

Advancing the Culture

Elton Louie talks about his journey in the realm of fashion, design, and more. In this episode, the Santa Ana-based creative goes in depth into what it means to create and gives advice to those looking to follow a similar...

Oral History Interview with Araxi Penerjian for History 111

This interview was conducted with Araxi Penerjian, discussing her life, and opinions on the changes that have occurred throughout time.

Oral History Interview with Narin for History 111 class

Today I interviewed Narin about gender equality in her country. We touched many aspects of female life and talked about Narin’s childhood years and how she has been treated as a female

Almost Drowning

This is the story of how I almost drowned when I was 6 years old by relying on advice from an older kid

Quitting as a Victory

In this interview, we talk about how the pressures of sports and social lives can contradict each other and how sometimes, quitting your passion can actually be a victory.

Always look at the bright side of life

Mike and Supha talking about growing up in different countries, how they met and where Mike’s career taken them

Life with type 1 diabetes times 2

Husband and wife team talk about their son’s diagnosis with type one diabetes, how it changed their family and work life. Then discuss the surprise diagnosis of the husband years after his son got type 1.

From Haiti to Orange County: An Adoption Story

Kristen Howerton interviews her son Kembe about the experience of surviving the Haiti earthquake and immigrating to the US at age 3.

Interview #1 – Laura Richwood Waldorf Journey started in 2007

After her 14-year journey the heartfelt story of how Laura Richwood found the school of her dreams for her daughter. She describes Waldorf Education as teaching students how to be human beings and find their purpose in life.

Defining Moments

The Rees Family reflecting on defining moments that have changed their lives and inspired them to make a difference in the lives of others.

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Isabella Ruston (23) speaks with her fellow Q-Wave Subcommittee partner Carmen Huang (22) about the Queer Asian-American community, the transitions from adolescence to adulthood, and the ways they are changing in their gender and sexuality journeys.

A Veteran’s Transition & Life After – (USA v. Joaquin C.)

Take a moment to listen to Mr. Joaquin Cuenca, a Veteran recounting his transition experience of having to face the United States of America in a Federal Court of Law while retiring from military service and the surprising direction in...