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Fred Tejada discusses his childhood in the Philippines in the 1940s and the opportunities he had been given from it
Herminia Magcale speaks about her family life while living in Dizon, Philippines. From her childhood to her current daily life, she covers a few points in her life that have impacted her and struggled with. Additionally, she includes how she...
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.
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.
My father’s life being an immigrant in the United States and what it meant to be a Filipino.
Daughter April Cantor interviews her mom, Flora Cantor about her experience as a child growing up in the Phillippines and her experience as an immigrant coming to the US and her career as a nurse in VA.
Ryan De Guzman interviews Nimfa De Guzman (80) and Nicasio De Guzman (85) about their first date and traveling around the world while serving in the military.
In this interview, George Wilbur Conner Jr. (53) is interviewed by his granddaughter Patience Leigh Foster (17). The interview was conducted on November 26, 2017 in Cherryville, North Carolina. George shares his stories about growing up with his mom and...
On November 25, 2018 in Los Angelos CA, I will be interviewing Rodan Ubungen, or in other words my Dad! He was born on September 24, 1981 in Baguio City, Philippines. Then immigrated to the United States with him and...
This is probably the most in-depth conversation I’ve had with my dad in a while (that doesn’t include sports talks; we have heated discussions over them all the time). But I really don’t know much about my dad’s past, mainly...
This is an interview with my dad in which we discuss his military service, childhood, and me (his daughter).