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I’m interviewing my dad who is 100% Filipino and moved to America sometime in elementary school. My mom’s side is Filipino & Venezuelan so I’m in this interview he mentions both cultures.
My father’s life being an immigrant in the United States and what it meant to be a Filipino.
This was an interview with my Auntie Jhen. She has practically raised me for a large segment of my life.
I learned about my mom’s childhood in the Philippines, and my grandparents, who I have never met. My mother told me her greatest achievements in life, and what she wants to do in the future.
This interview is about Marcos experience in the Navy & what event happened that changed his life forever.
The life and tales of my 98 year old great grandma Bertha Schmitt and her message to the family
My grandfather tells his life story about the Philippines. How he met my grandma and how he felt about both my parents. He also tells what he did as he grew up
She shared that her happiest memories was when she received her mission call to the Philippines where she have been wanting to serve at. She also shared about her great grandparents of how grateful she was of having them and...
I ask my mother about her childhood as a poor Filipino and how it affects her life today.
My mom talked about her childhood days in the Philippines before she moved to America. She reminisced her home land’s simple pleasure, the good and the not-so-good memories.
This interview is a conversation about my grandmother’s childhood life in the Philippines, journey to the US, and her life since then.
Life story and perspectives of a female Physician spearheading the practice of alternative medicine as told to her son
Manuel Tupaz (70) and his friend Larry Flores (73) discuss growing up as Filipino, one born in the Philippines and one born in the US.
This Nurse, Wife, Mother, and Grandmother talks about her childhood in the Philippines and her path to the US.
Victoriano Valdez Jarquio was born in Manila, Philippines in 1932 and journeyed to the United States with his wife and four sons in 1972. This is the story of my “Lolo.”
Looking at historical pictures of old Berlin, Leipzig house inheritance, reading a letter from Hermann W. about living in the Philippines, Morgan’s Raiders
We talked about how her life was growing up and what she learned from her family. It was difficult for my lola to understand since she is 88 and struggling to hear properly. As a child, she was nice to...
Interviewing my dad about life growing up, the military, and recalling fun stories.
We talk about how harsh the transition to America was and the intense culture shock my mother experienced, along with her good experiences as well.
Daughter April Cantor interviews her mom, Flora Cantor about her experience as a child growing up in the Phillippines and her experience as an immigrant coming to the US and her career as a nurse in VA.
Riza Mauricio (62) talks to her children Rica Buchanan (38), Rina Mauricio (35), and Regie Mauricio (29) about her career as a nurse, the impact of racism and sexism on the medical profession, and the importance of advocating for oneself.