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A family conversion about how we grew up, where we have travelled, what we learned and enjoying our time.
Two AASCSC Co-Presidents, Tim Cheng and Jeffrey Wu, share their personal stories as well as volunteer experiences for Asian American Senior Citizens Service Center (AASCSC).
…the story of a transplant living, loving and surviving loss in the OC.
Maria describes resources for those with difficultly swallowing because of injury or illness
A conversation about how we were raised, careers and ours views on daily life
Parents coming from Hungary, moving to upland, involvement in the environmental movement in OC, husband, son and grandchildren
Tony elaborates on his Vietnamese Asian-American experience and his journey with Hidden Fest, a platform for creatives to network and grow.
A story about mental abuse in a relationship and how it doesn’t always start off terrible. It’s a slow burn of manipulation and moments.
Kate interviews her husband Behtash about his journey from a child in Iran to becoming a father in Irvine. During the interview, you will hear sounds from their youngest son, Luca, who is 8 months old and enjoying playing in...
Two women become friends and activists after the 2016 presidential election
Mike and Supha talking about growing up in different countries, how they met and where Mike’s career taken them
NamUy (9 yo ) interviews his mother, Dr. Mai-Phuong (50 yo) about her exodus out of Saigon, Vietnam in 1975; and her family’s journey to Orange County, California in 1987.
Melissa and Renee talk about stories they care about in Orange County during commutes
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.
High school sweethearts revisit the road to how their life experiences led to starting OC’s first direct estate tea company
Mark and A G had a wide ranging conversation about the history of Orange County agriculture: past, present and future, including some of their experiences as lifelong regional farmers
The Rees Family reflecting on defining moments that have changed their lives and inspired them to make a difference in the lives of others.