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I interviewed my grandfather and he told me all about his amazing stories of childhood, school years, love, marriage and family.
I interviewed my mom on her past. Also about her family and how she met her husband.
I talked with my Nana about her childhood in San Francisco. We spoke about her jobs, education, and how she met my Papa.
I interviewed my Grandfather to learn about the factors that led to his career choice.
We sat in a park in the Embarcadero, so it was noisy. I apologize for the parts that are inaudible.
We discussed Talia’s career and her journey on becoming a sports journalist.
We discussed what Rosa was most thankful for and her memories throughout her life.
As a part of The Great Thanksgiving Listen project, a grandaughter interviews her grandmother about her childhood, the time she spent working as a surgical nurse and assistant to the Levi Strauss family, and asks for some advice.
Lynn shares with Sarah her experience of going to the 1965 Presidential Inauguration, of attending Northwestern in Chicago in 1965-1969 during the campus uprisings, and recognizing the importance of living in diverse places with water roots.
Chris reflects on influential teachers in his life and how he brings their wisdom into his classroom
Bailey talks to his Aunt Ginny about her Aunt Virginia, a Greek immigrant who was left in Greece by her parents, living with various relatives in a state of poverty until her parents attained the means to bring her to...
In this interview on December 1st, 2019 in San Francisco, CA, Dylan Lui (12 years old), interviews his mother, Patricia Yuen Lui (46 years old) about her childhood in San Francisco. Mrs. Lui shares about growing up with a large...
Oscar speaks about his life growing up, in the Navy and his family.
I discuss with my dad his upbringing in Shanghai, China during the Cultural Revolution and his first experiences in America as a first-generation immigrant and one of the first Chinese immigrants that immigrated into the US after the reopening of...
Life lessons, happiest memories and how she wants to be remembered
Seto You, age 92/93 or 97/98, is interviewed by his son, Ed You, age 26, about his early days in the USA. He arrived from China in 1916, worked as a cook in this country well into his 80's. He...
This is probably the most in-depth conversation I’ve had with my dad in a while (that doesn’t include sports talks; we have heated discussions over them all the time). But I really don’t know much about my dad’s past, mainly...