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Anthony Robinson and Mike Ware

Anthony Robinson (58) talks with his friend, Mike Ware (65), about his wrongful conviction and time in prison, his exoneration, and pursuing law after his release.

Interviewing my grandma

This interview is about my grandmothers memories from her past and some things she learned.

Pan-Fried Friendship

As family comes closer, the stories we mention must be told to everyone. In this interview, held in Los Angeles, Cici Tsuo and Oliver España address their numerous moments together as well as Cici’s past, including her father, track coach,...

The Struggle of a First Generation Chinese American

In this interview, conducted in December 2017 in Plano, Texas, Charles Cao (16) interviews his mother Brigit Bao (46) about her childhood growing up in China. Brigit shares stories about the struggles growing up, and the connections she made with...

Tales of a 50 year marriage

From September 1968 to September 2018, stories of courtship, love, travel and advice. Neil and Kathleen Pope Hughes, long-time Washingtonians married for 50 years.

RVM Anne Irons
October 10, 2017 App Interview

Anne’s positive way of life shows through this interview. Anne’s childhood in Chinatown. Trying to learn Chinese. She had a stroke during delivering her son and saw the light but did not want to go back.

Susanna_Essay1_Draft

This recording mainly talked about the thing that happened to me. I recorded it because I want to preserve and share my stories.

Life as an Orphan in China

Pearl Brown, now a student at BYUH, grew up in an orphanage in China where she was forced to grow up or face strict, usually physical, punishment.

Psychology p5

My grandma when she was small was devastated because of the poorest with traumatic stress

Kung Fu and MingJian Dan: A Great Thanksgiving Listen

On November 26th, after a long Thanksgiving break, I interviewed MingJian Dan. He is an RTF student who is incredibly involved in Martial Arts. I met him three months ago. We both live in University Towers. I asked him about...

Interview with Alfred Morgan

“You came you saw you conquered” -Alfred Morgan Alfred Morgan shares his life with his granddaughter Rachel Meshach. He shares stories from his time in the navy and stories from his childhood. Alfred also gives many great life lessons during...

Jack Feng

We talked about his life in school and work.

Interviewing my great grandma

My great grandma talks about how she used grit and perseverance through her life as a refugee from the Chinese civil war and her life when she was a child

life in china / life in america
November 30, 2017 App Interview

an interview with my grandma about her life in the past in china and her life in the present in america.

Experiences can Shaped Your Identity

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...

RVM Barden Finch
November 18, 2017 App Interview

Finishing projects and moving on. Transitions from music (coronet) to flying to accounting and an interest in the outdoors.

Great Thanksgiving Listen

My mom and I talked about her past and how it has changed her.

Flying the Hump, in World War II

Michael Kidda describes flying over the Himilayan Moutains during WWII in ill-equipped C-109 and B-24 bomber airplanes. These bombers had been converted to gasoline tankers and were not designed to fly at this altitude or these conditions, which made “Flying...

Interviewing my mom

We talked about her past. She told me about her family and what she enjoyed as a child.

Interview W/ Grandpa & Father

I asked my grandfather some questions, which my dad answered some.

A Chinese Mother and her American Daughter

My Chinese mother recounts growing up in 1970s Suzhou, China and moving to Alabama in the early 90’s to start a new life. She discusses her career, reflects on major life choices, and gives advice.

Me and my dad
November 23, 2018 App Interview

My dad is describing what his life was like back in China.

Emmy Tzuang Immigration

I interviewed my Grandma about her experience of immigration. She migrated from China to Taiwan when she was four. When she graduated from college at age 24 she migrated again to Canada and stayed there for 2 years. She then...