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This interview is about the opinion of one of the tourist in Petaling Street.
Film makers in Malaysia
This interview had show out the differences by using past broadcast media and using modern broadcast media in GE14.
This is an interview with my mother.The interview will discuss about her experience in the malaysia general election for the pass 25years and also her opinion about the diffrences between the mainstream broadcast compare to broadcast media.
Erik Monson gets interviewed about his childhood and his experiences moving around due to his father’s job as an information officer
During the tour trip to Petaling Street, I have interviewed Madam Chong, a hawker who has been selling traditional kaya roll for 6 years in Petaling Street.
In recognition of Labor Day, Katherine Chon, Director of the Office on Trafficking in Persons at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and Andy Hall, a Migrant Worker Rights Specialist, spoke about forced labor in Malaysia’s rubber glove...
Thu Pham (59) and daughter Tran Le (34) reflect on their memories of Vietnam, leaving the country, and their early life in the US.
We spoke about her early life as a child. And how that eventually lead to where she is now in life
My dad talks about his life and struggles before and during the Vietnam War up to his escape and adjustment to life here in the US... plus how he met and eventually married my mom. Stories of tense sail-boating trips,...
I interviewed my mom about her past such as what was her proudest memories and how she wanted to be remembered
Today I talked with my dad about what he is thankful for, how he changed as a person, and what are the things he likes to do.
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.
I interviewed my father about his experiences with the GE 14 and he has briefly explained the differences of using the mainstream broadcast media compared to the broadcast media 20-30 years ago.
My dad talks about his journey escaping Vietnam in the late 70s and coming to the United States
My Dad, Sui Phan talks about some memories he has about growing up in a village at Sibu, Malaysia to his time in the U.S. While during the last 5 minutes, my mom makes a guest appearance to talk about...
New Malaysia will getting better and better
One Small Step conversation partners Hannah Mitchell [no age given] and Arlene El-Amin [no age given] discuss growing up in Montreal and Chicago. They also discuss their Unitarian and Muslim beliefs and the ways that their beliefs are similar.
Kem Trice tells about growing up in Tennessee. Being the first woman certified to teach vocational agriculture in Tennessee . Living during the segregation and integration of African Americans and the Vietnam War. The Challenger flight and it's impact on...
Had an interview with my mom about the GE-14
Life, greatest moments, and transitioning to the United States
Interviewing my Dad on how he experienced racism throughout his journey from Malaysia to the United States
Everyone Alex Head meets wonders about his British accent, it's the first thing they notice. Yet who would have thought a British born, American citizen with two kids would end up spending a large portion of his life in Asia?...
Reflections on life and childhood from two Malaysians.