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A Japanese American artist and teacher, Asuka tells about how her has expressed different aspects of her identity over the years, her relationships with her mother and grandma, and where she found her braided hair style.
On monday morning recess, I interviewed Ms. Emi about her childhood and about her teaching science. She told me that she was playing outdoors with her sister all the time. Her school was in Malaysia and it was a small...
Colin talks to Cait about the time she spend overseas in Japan while her father was stationed there.
I interview Ms. Nami Holderman. In a Nov 28th. In Ms. Nami’s room. I interview her because I want to know culture. I interview dance and future.
Joe Parambo talks about his life as a kid and how it was different for him. He also talks about his job and how hard work payed off for him.
David Barnard talk about his experience receiving the Watson Fellowship and how that impacted his life.
John spoke of his time serving in the Navy during World War II.
In this interview I asked questions about what my papas life was like during japan and America’s feud. He told me what his descisions where that shaped the life he now lives .
Ethnographic interview for the Language Partner Program at Minnesota State University, Mankato.
Despite being in Japan for the earthquake in 2011, Gerald Hirshberg doesn’t tell that story, because stories of interacting with the place and the people are far more earthshattering. In November of 2017, Kate Hirshberg interviewed her grandfather, Gerald ‘Jerry’...
I asked my grandmother about her life. She is 87 years old, so she had a lot to talk about, such as working on a tobacco farm, going to Japan with my grandfather for the Air Force, and her childhood...
Michel Preston, a Marine Corps veteran, discusses his life during and after service.
For our ethnographic interview Kotaro and I talked about the food and time in our lives and our culture. Enjoy!
In the interview, Noriko Murakawa talks about her life after she graduated high school, and the process of finding a job in Japan before coming to America to become a preschool teacher.
Ethyl tells of her experience growing up in California and staying under surveillance in Japan during WWII.
We talked about her memories of me, her memories of her life, and lots about her time as a missionary in Japan.
Auntie Juliah’s childhood, stories with Uncle David, her present
I’m James, I’m in Tokyo, and I interviewed my mom to know more about the old times and what they do at school from my mom, I also asked some questions and my mom give me opinions, and I learned...
I interviewed Ms.Lizzie In a school called aoba international school in the small room that is in between drama room and music room. I interviewed her about capitalism, Childhood, her dream on the past, and about jobs. I didn’t asked...
My friend Ailly tells me about her experience moving back and forth from Japan to the United States.
A project about Tom’s life in Japan and his thoughts of cultural issues.