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Dede is my paternal grandmother who lives in Ohio. She comes from a family of eight and has lessons that need to be shared.
an interview with my grandma about her life in the past in china and her life in the present in america.
My name is Kelly Ta. I am 15 years old. Today is November 26, 2017. I am recording this interview in Whitehall, Pennsylvania. I am speaking with Vince Ta, who is my father.
My grandmother came from a rough childhood during a harsh time, which taught her to appreciate her freedom in the U.S. more. She’s been taught to help others through the faithful humanity shown to her in her beginning journey into...
This recording mainly talked about the thing that happened to me. I recorded it because I want to preserve and share my stories.
Louise, a college scholar, woman, also my older cousin. She talks about her personality was different from now to she as a child, that was because of during her life till now. The experiences before and after she came to...
Brent Lin, a immigrant from China, shares his life experiences after immigrating to a new country.
My father shares some of his stories about immigrating to the U.S., dealing with his father’s passing, his relationship with my mother, and more.
In this interview, conducted in November 2017 in New Hyde Park ,New York,Sunny Liu (16) interviews his father Yong Hua Liu (82) about his life in both China and America. Yong Hua Liu shares stories about life as a child...
Beryl Chung (33) talks with her parents, Lisa Yee (67) and Norman Chung (70), about coming to terms with her Chinese-American identity, moving to China, and growing up as a Chinese-American family.
Muna Tseng (63) and Nicky Paraiso (64) talk about their shared background as the children of Asian immigrants, artists in New York, and the impact that the AIDS crisis had on their community.
In this interview recorded on January 2, 2020 in San Antonio, Texas, Venice Xie (15) asks her mom, Tracy Xie (47) about growing up in China and moving to the United States. Mrs. Tracy explains how her childhood was difficult...
We begin with my mother's childhood, then her career in PR before meeting my father, their relationship, struggles in having Jiming (my brother), as well as me and my younger sister Kelly, and her experience(s) immigrating to the US.
Tiffany (17) talks with her father Ray (55) about his childhood and journey to America.
I talked with my dad about certain things that happened in his life and memories
Peter talks about his life experiences being from China and going to school in America. We also discuss the Covid-19 pandemic in both the U.S. and China, and how it has personally affected him and his family.
My Mom Came form China to America without knowing anyone or English. She explains her journey of being seen as different and how she learned to Speak up and stay strong.
Kristi Hager (74) and Ginnie Lo (73) talk about how they got to know each other through Ginnie's sister, Missoula artist Beth Lo. They discuss collaborations between sisters and strong parental role models. Kristi explains why she wanted to include...
I asked my Dad, age 81 who was the most influential person in his life, and his happiest moment. He is one on 13 children. His father is John CH Wu - whose own dramatic life story is intertwined with...