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Many people idolized the life that Americans had in America. My dad was one of those people. He came to America when he was 9. His father moved because he hoped to provide a better life for his family.
We discuss childhood, friendships, and love. It’s funny how the crazier parts of the interview happened when the recording stopped
Gopal Sagar immigrated from India to the United States in 2001 and settled down in the Silicon Valley. He talks about growing up a small rural town, his experiences immigrating to a new country, the cultural differences between America and...
Vijay Rao (69) is interviewed by her daughter Gita Rao (38) and her son Deepak Rao (40) about her family’s history, growing up in India, and her immigration journey to the U.S. as a 24-year-old medical student.
Mainly, we focused on the lessons in childhood and the effects that they have on you in life.
For this interview I asked my aunt about her feelings on climate change, how the effects are different all around the world, and her thoughts on climate change in the future.
This interview was about my grandpa and his family heritage and a little bit about his life.
In my English class, we have been discussing racial segregation through Richard Wright’s memoir, Black Boy. I was curious about the different aspects of segregation occurring around the world.
My grandma talks about her childhood, how it was like for her. She describes her family; specifically her father’s personality and her mother’s sickness. She also mentions a few details about her experience in school.
In this interview, I interviewed my mother, Aparna, and I asked her a series of questions regarding her life in America in comparison to India, about her political views, religion, and influential people.
My dad grew up in India, and he compares his experiences to mine growing up in the US.
This interview was such a great experience and I’m sure I will never forget it.
Talked about my dad’s childhood in Vellore, Tamil Nadu, India, back when Vellore was a very small town. Growing up, getting by, customs, traditions, festivals, schooling, relationships with others were discussed.
My Grandfather talks about his experience in the Partition of India and Pakistan in 1947.
Vikram was born in India in the LDS faith. He talks about the struggles of being a religious minority and his transition to BYUH where he is now surrounded by others of the same religion.
We talked about my mom’s childhood and what it was like. We also talked about what my sister and I was like as babies.
In this interview conducted on December 31st, 2017, sixteen year-old Malini Correa talks to her father, Sanjay Correa (60) about his life growing up in India, school, and his process of immigrating to the United States. He describes his family,...
This is the story of what it was like for my dad to immigrate to the the United States.
In this interview, I talk to my mother about her childhood in India. We talk about her family, the school she went to, and her friends she grew up with. We also talk about how my childhood was different from...
I talk with my mom about her life stories, I was really young when we first came here so I didn’t know about what happened back in Nepal and India. We talked about how it was growing up and childhood...