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- Philippines 170
- personal experiences 80
- memories of growing up 78
- memories of former times 70
- Spouse 62 1,841 more
Mateo, age 9, interviews his Baptista grandparents Alfredo, 83, and Andrea, 79, who immigrated to Hawaii from the Philippines in 1968. Mateo is named after his grandfather’s father!
Here is my interview with my sister in law talking about her life back in the Philippines and the transition from her life back home and in the U.S.
On November 11, 2017 Janae Salamat interviewed her grandfather through a video chat on Facebook from San Diego to the Metro Manila (Philippines)In this interview Janae learned many things about her grandfather. He described how he was in the US...
In this interview, I talk to my mom about her life in the Philippines and how it compares to America. We sort of derail and we talk about other things too, but I got a chance to talk to my...
I interview my mother about her life in the Philippines
Mom explains her favorite family dish, Sinigang na Baboy, and its origins
Gary Gell grew up in the Philippines during the Vietnam war, and had many adventures and stories about his young life. In this interview 15 year old Campbell Hall student Jeremiah Gell interviews his father Gary Gell on January 7th...
A conversation with my dad about his life in school, both his American and Filipino ones.
Glacier Park, the Philippines and the War, meeting each other, first summer in Glacier Park together.
I interview my mom about coming to the US from the Philippines, her thoughts on religion, and being a parent.
In this interview Edwin Rumbaugh talks about his childhood in South Charleston, his grandparents, his happiest memory, different jobs, and his time in WWII.
Sophie interviews Carmel about how she immigrated to the United States from the Philippines.
In this interview, recorded in Manhattan Beach, California, Florentino Vinzon (83) is interviewed by Jonny Nguyen (13). Florentino talks about what it was like living in the Philippines as a child, living in the U.S. as a filipino immigrant, fighting...
Orlino M. Mareny, 81, by his daughter, Angela Prater, 50, about his work on the plantation in Hawaii.
My mother tells me, from her perspective, her experience growing up. From life in the Philippines to a full-time mother in the U.S
My mom and I talk about her past and how the people closest to her affected her identity and how her mistakes and learning from those mistakes influenced the strong and brilliant woman that my mom came to be.
This interview focuses on Gina Gerhard’s experience living in the Philippines and immigrating to the United States.
My moms life in the Philippines compared to her life in America. How she adapted and coped with a new life in a whole new place
We talked about my mom's experiences with the Catholic Church from when she was a little girl in the Philippines to now as a grandmother in the United States.