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This is a interview with my mother. I feel as if I know a little bit more about her than I did before we started the interview.
It is important to not take things for granted, you never know what could happen at any time. Family is very important, and the ones who are there for you.
We discuss, in English and Japanese, of her life and mine. What would she change, what she believes, and what Miyachan has enjoyed in her life so far.
We talked about early experiences of Malele and the most influential person in her life.
This interview was all about what my grandmas childhood was like living in Hawaii and on a plantation field.
How it was growing up back in the day.
My grandpa and I talked about what is was like to grow up in Hawaii, work, and just what life was like living in the paradise Hawaii is. I was also left with important knowledge, wisdom, and advice.
Walter Miller shares about himself , his family and his thoughts and experiences of La'ie.
A dive right into Kosuke Nomaru’s life thus far. Covering childhood idols, significant events, life lessons, and multi culture struggles. A proud Japanese American afraid of nothing, and aspiring electrical engineer, with vast war machine knowledge, and a limitless potential....
Mary Morris Graves, also known as Tutu by her grandchildren and TeeTee by neicesvand nephews is 101 years old and lives in Kaneohe, Hawaii. She talked about her childhood and important things in her life.
We talked about his life as a child and growing up, we also talked about what the war was like and his role in it.
Virginia Denning describes her life living in Hawaii before and after the attack on Pearl Harbor
We basically talked about his childhood. Growing up, and being a teenager.
It was about himself and it was about the person who insults him because of his finger and not fighting back
Tess had asked me a lot of questions about my childhood best first day it’s just personal questions about my life is very informative and I think I gave her a lot of information about her uncle George.