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Sinta Penyami Storms (42) talks with her son Robert Hite (18) about her immigration from Indonesia, the community work she does with the Philadelphia Folklore Project, her community dance group and the preservation of her culture, the Indonesian community in...
Andy To details memorable moments from his experience as a boat person as he flees his country in the midst of the Vietnam War. His journey encompassed not only the challenges that came with the harsh living conditions in camps,...
Why an immigrant from Switzerland/Indonesia appreciates the USA
Dorothea’s childhood was a learning experience, meeting her husband and learning new things. Moving from Indonesia, holland, and then immigrating to the us was a memorable experience, and from everything defines who she is today.
I really enjoyed spending my day with you grandma and I love you.
Kem Trice tells about growing up in Tennessee. Being the first woman certified to teach vocational agriculture in Tennessee . Living during the segregation and integration of African Americans and the Vietnam War. The Challenger flight and it’s impact on...
My dad talks about his life and struggles before and during the Vietnam War up to his escape and adjustment to life here in the US… plus how he met and eventually married my mom. Stories of tense sail-boating trips,...
Father, Steve Ingledew, shares memorable stories from his childhood vacations and travels
Margaret Lim speaks about her experience immigrating from Indonesia to the United States.
We talked about my sister’s,(future sister in law), past. She talked about where she grew up, how she dealt with some things, and she shared a little of how she could’ve done things differently.
I, Hary’s daughter, interviewed him and asked questions about his child hood and his personal life.
Debbie shares her childhood of growing up in Indonesia to starting a family and becoming a wife in America.
In 1965-66, Sora Frankel and her husband Aaron Frankel taught at the Joint Embassy school in Indonesia. In this conversation, Sora describes how they received the job offer, obtained visas, and made the trip via Hawaii and Thailand to Jakarta.
In 1965-66, Sora Frankel and her husband Aaron Frankel taught at the Joint Embassy school in Jakarta. In this conversation, Sora discusses teaching in the school, dealing with the results of the uprising of 1965, and employing household servants.