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My name is Evelyn, and I interview my mom Lingling about her childhood in Ping Dong, Taiwan.
This testimony is about my grandmother’s experience in her native country, Taiwan, and the reasons behind why she decided to move to America later in her life.
A mother, teacher, and nurse talks about her experience immigrating to America from Taiwan.
I interviewed my Grandma about her experience of immigration. She migrated from China to Taiwan when she was four. When she graduated from college at age 24 she migrated again to Canada and stayed there for 2 years. She then...
My grandfather, Thomas Ciesla, talked about his time serving in the US military during the Vietnam War. He was a lieutenant in a US naval reserve medical core on active duty 1961-1964. He spoke about serving in Vietnam, telling his...
This is an interview with one of my grand uncles from Taiwan. In the interview photo, my grand uncle is in the black shirt without a hat and I am in the grey shirt. My brothers are the two in...
Interviewing my mother, a Taiwanese immigrant, about her first experience in the United States
Will talks to grandpa Fred about his life, how he wants people to find their comfort zone in their life, and his hopes for the future of both our family and the world as a whole.
This recording is an interview I did with my mom discussing her Taiwanese heritage and some of the struggles she faced and noticed as a child but also the pride she has in her culture.
When my mother, Alice, immigrated here as a child she didn’t know how to speak English which was hard to make friends because she didn’t speak their language. As my mom grew up her job has caused many bad events...
Dinesh Verma talks about leaving Pakistan during Partition and, later in life, moving to the United States.
Ellen’s Immigration story
My great grandma talks about how she used grit and perseverance through her life as a refugee from the Chinese civil war and her life when she was a child
Everyone Alex Head meets wonders about his British accent, it’s the first thing they notice. Yet who would have thought a British born, American citizen with two kids would end up spending a large portion of his life in Asia?...
This interview was with my mom. We talked about her life before she moved to the United States, her childhood, and ancestory.
My mother talked about her past in Taiwan and the parenthood
During Thanksgiving dinner this year, I interviewed an elderly from my church. We talked about her current life, immigration experiences and happy memories.
My grandma talks about the challenges of moving from Taiwan to America.
Moving from Taiwan at 13 years old Peter Wang was told that he was never going to be successful. Looking back on his life, he knows that the ones who teased and mocked him were wrong. He shares his wisdom...