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My mother talks about her childhood in the Philippines and the difficulties that came with migrating to the U.S. She also goes into depth the struggles she had with my sicknesses as a child.
I interview my dad about his life growing up in the Philippines, his work life, and his current or parenting life.
Mr. Brown goes into his childhood and moments that have affected his life. He also offers advice and gives the backstory on how he met his wife.
Mike Andrews talks about his childhood in the mid 1900’s. He also discusses his experience in the Navy and working other jobs before he arrived at MSE landscaping.
I asked my dad about his favorite memories and stories in the U.S. and Vietnam.
He tells me various things that I didn’t expect and every time I speak it’s in my depressingly unappealing voice.
Talked about his childhood, highschool life, transition to college, and passions
My dad talks about his life as a child and his experiences throughout life overall including his migration to America. Also, he talks about what I was like as a child and what he would like in the future.
This is an interview with my mom about her immigrant story. My mom talks about her life before and after moving to the United States.
Raul Soto talks about being a first generation immigrant. He goes over the struggles he had growing up in Mexico and why he moved to the United States.
We talked about my moms career path. We also talked about why she chose the career she did and what it means to her.
She talks about her past and her family and then she addresses this story I’ve been waiting to hear for weeks.
My grandpa wasnt feeling to well, but we got to talk about a variety of things like their life before coming to America
This interview went over the many aspects of getting used to life in America from the Phillipines.
Que Tran describes the hardships and kind of experience he came to coming to American. Through his strength, he was able to create a better life coming to America and details how he made it through all on his alone.
Here’s an interview with one of my sophomore friends, Tiffany Phan.
my mom and grandma explain life in the PI compared to the US. for context, “nay” is mother in Filipino and my mom translates a little too
In this interview, I learned about how my aunt (biological uncle’s wife) struggled in her childhood, how her life changed when she had kids, how different her life would have been if she stayed in Vietnam, and more. I discovered...