My Mother Surving the Khmer Rouge
November 27, 2017 App Interview

My mother, Vannak, talks about experiencing the Khmer Rouge at just three years old.

Coming to America By Jimmy Chau

A story about a Cambodian man, and his long journey to the United States.

Veronica Fischmann and Jenni Lippold

One Small Step conversation partners Veronica (36) and Jenni (42) have a conversation about their backgrounds growing up and living in different places, their experiences living abroad in Italy, and their views on having diverse communities and perspectives in their...

Chatting with My Mom

In this interview, my mom and I talked about her family, faith in God, and a special miracle.

Mom’s childhood

Her favorite childhood part. Also about her life story

Persistence through countries
November 26, 2017 App Interview

I interview my Grandma about her journey from China to Cambodia to America

Maddy Shearer interviews Beatrice Peterson about International Traveling and Living during the Cold War

Beatrice Peterson recalls her experiences traveling with the American military during the midst of the Cold War to locations like Vietnam, Cambodia, Germany, and Romania while being interviewed by her granddaughter, Maddy Shearer on May 14th, 2022. She details how...

Sam Kes and Micah Hoang

Sam talks about his childhood unable to settle anywhere. He also talks about his family and their past.

Child of War

My best friends dad went through a horrific war as a child, the Khmer Rouge. As a child of the war he tells his story.

John McGrath and Cynthia Aki

Friends John McGrath (83) and Cynthia Aki [no age given] recall John being a prisoner of war in Hanoi, Vietnam, for six years and Cynthia’s service in the military.

Vietnam War
October 28, 2018 App Interview

In this interview we talked about John French’s experiences in the Vietnam War.

Aunt 4

We talked about her life as a refugee after the Vietnam War and how she had to travel place by place to survive. She started off in Vietnam, where her poor family had to let her go. She then left...

Prathna Sok and Sokhita Sok

Sisters Prathna Sok (32) and Sokhita Sok (28) talk about moving to the United States from Cambodia and their path to becoming vendors at the Queens Night Market. They reflect on their favorite memories of food and their family.

Richard Weaver and Samantha Weaver

Richard Weaver (75) and daughter, Samantha Weaver (46), elaborates on his experience with the Navy, fatherhood, and his love of poetry. He reflects on his childhood, being in Southeast Asia, and how life was as a physician in the Navy.

Fred Allen-Vietnam war

His name is fred Allen and he served in many different places including Cambodia and Vietnam

Suor So and Amanda So

Amanda So (29) interviews her father, Suor So (69), about his life, focusing on his immigrating to the United States in 1981 from Cambodia and his subsequent life here.

Sarim Marith & Angela Marith

Sarim and her family are Cambodia refugees who came to the US in 1975. She talks with her daughter-in-law, Angela about the barriers she faces with her doctors because her English is not great. How not fully understanding the language...

Cambodian Genocide Survivor

Kan Hoa Chung discusses his journey during the Cambodian genocide led by Pol Pot and their extremist regime. He discusses the challenges he and his family faced to survive and come out alive. This is his story and his memories...

David’s childhood

Mia speaks to her father, David and they discuss his childhood

Laura Murray and Laura Mullins

Laura Rena Murray (31) tells StoryCorps volunteer Laura Mullins (57) about the cross-country motorcycle journey she's currently on, about her previous work in public health, about the stories she's researched and written that mean the most to her, and about...

The Story Of My Dad’s Life

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.

Esther Ky and Thear Suzuki

Thear Suzuki (47) interviews her mother, Esther Ky (81), about surviving the Cambodian genocide, living in a refugee camp, and transitioning to life in the United States when a family decided to sponsor her and her family.