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Aaron Villanueva interviewed her Grandma Florida Santos with his Dad Randy Villanueva about her life.
I interviewed my Lola about her childhood and her life in the Philippines and the U.S.
Here i interview my grandmother, as her granddaughter i ask her a set of 15 questions and she tells me about herself and how she grew to be the women she is today.
I interviewed my father, Rene Antonio Valencia, about my early childhood and his favorite memories of me.
We talked about my mother’s childhood, struggles, and experiences.
This interview takes place in Samantha Santillan’s living room on November 29th 2019. Samantha (13) interviews her mom Louella Santillan (46) and asks questions about childhood, careers, and having kids.
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 mom shares her stories about her life in the Philippines and immigrating to America
Fred Tejada discusses his childhood in the Philippines in the 1940s and the opportunities he had been given from it
My mother and I talked about her childhood and also about a few different thoughts she had about my brother, my sister, and I.
The happy memories of my Grandma Norma's Past and her experience moving to the United States.
My grandfather describes his childhood, his service in the Philippine Navy, and how he rose from the bottom to the top — including everything in between.
The story of my Aunt. Starting from her early life in the Philippines - serving as the student president in her university and facing the hardships of her dad's death during an ambush - to working abroad in St. Kitts...
Maria Belen Saldaña grew up in the Philippines during the 1970’s and by her description, was a time when everything was less complicated than the 21’st century.
My father’s life being an immigrant in the United States and what it meant to be a Filipino.
This is the story of my father, Rick Worley, and his navy career as well as his childhood/marriage.
We talk about how harsh the transition to America was and the intense culture shock my mother experienced, along with her good experiences as well.
Catherine interviews her dad, Roderick Pablo, about his life of being a first-gen child here in America. She seeks to know how life was for him and the family.