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The conversation revolved around the idea of immigrating to America and the experiences that were dealt with.
This interview is about Marcos experience in the Navy & what event happened that changed his life forever.
Life story and perspectives of a female Physician spearheading the practice of alternative medicine as told to her son
Bonifacio Villoso discusses what it is important in life and what should be taught to children.
Imelda Villoso discusses the hardships of her life as a parent and coming to the United States
She talked about her journey to the united states, her family, and transition to today.
My mom tells her story about being in the Philippines and all the fun she had as a child and as an adult as well.
My grandfather tells his life story about the Philippines. How he met my grandma and how he felt about both my parents. He also tells what he did as he grew up
My auntie and I talked about the best moments that ever happened to her life. She mentioned that she is thankful with everything that she have because God is with her.
I talk with my great aunt about her job and education in the PI, her experience as an OFW/Expat, and how it contributed to her success and stability in America.
I talk to my Mom about what it was like growing up in the Philippines and what changed when she came to the US
My dad explores his early childhood in the Philippines growing up and explains his experience in the US Navy.
My mom recalls her early childhood in the Philippines and compares it to her current life in the US.
George tells Nathan about growing up in the Philippines, dating, going to gay bars in the Philippines and the U.S., helping his friends and community, and the importance of safe housing for LGBT seniors.
The second part of interviewing my mom about her experience as a poor Filipino
I ask my mother about her childhood as a poor Filipino and how it affects her life today.
Dive into the life of Marissa Rangel – older sister, nurse practitioner, and most importantly, a mother able to pursue her dreams here in America.
This is an interview with my dad in which we discuss his military service, childhood, and me (his daughter).
In this interview we talk about my mom’s life in the Philippines and all the trials and tribulations she went through during all stages of her life, from graduating college, to getting a job and moving to the US, and...
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...
Junior Service Learning Project – Joshua Fajardo