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An exploration into the life of my mother, a Vietnamese-American immigrant who experienced culture shock when she and her family fled her home to an unfamiliar land.
Beyanka Vong, born in Vietnam, talks about the struggles she had faced throughout her childhood and her many different experiences. She constantly traveled around at a young age due to her parents’ divorce and eventually led to her journey with...
My name is Kelly Ta. I am 15 years old. Today is November 26, 2017. I am recording this interview in Whitehall, Pennsylvania. I am speaking with Vince Ta, who is my father.
My grandfather’s experience flying transport missions and managing Saigon International Airport during the Vietnam War
We talked about my dad growing up throughout his years from his childhood to his life as a doctor
We talked about how she grew up, her challenges, advice she has and who she is as a person.
My grandpa (Poppy or Ken) I think really enjoyed talking about his time in the military. He also seemed confident about meeeting my grandma (Nanni or Patti).
Most of what we talked about was my father’s life in work, school and childhood
In this recording I interview my boyfriend who is from Vietnam and ask him about his traditional foods and their holidays.
My interview was over FaceTime I asked my grandpa about his experience in the Vietnam war he talked about how it affected his life going into it and after it he said that it didn’t have much of a big...
In this interview taken place on December 2018 in Chantilly, Virginia, Morgan Lee (15) interviews Hui Li (87) about his life in Vietnam and the United States. Morgan’s dad, Jack Lee, was a translator for this interview. Mr. Li talks...
My grandpa’s got in lots of trouble as a kid. My grandpa couldn’t communicate with his family while in the military.
Ken Mellick and his son Jared Mellick discuss Ken joining the army at age 18 and serving proudly in Vietnam and the leadership lessons that helped him throughout his life.
Gary was a drafted army soldier in the Vietnam war. His work mainly entailed being behind a desk in an air conditioned room.
This interview is about my grandparents experiences in Vietnam and at home while loved ones are in Vietnam.
Curtis Kukal interviews his grandfather Curt Brannan about his time in Vietnam as a Navy chaplain. Curt was stationed with the first bn 3 mr USMC.
We talked about her experience going from Vietnam to America. We also talked about her experience adapting to a new society. My mom helped with the interview, acting as the translator for my Grandma.
Gary Terry was in the Army for 2 years in Vietnam. This is his story of the experience he had before, during, and after the war.