Lawrence is a student from China who came to the United States for education and moved to the Philippines to become a doctor. He compared the Philippines to the United States in terms of Costco and the American values the store represents.
Candice Dea was brought the the United States by her parents from rural China when she was fifteen to give her political and economic opportunities she wouldn't have had in China. Following her love of children and helping people, Candice began a career…
This story is about the narrator's parents leaving China to escape the daily political repression they experienced there. They moved to Canada and then the United States, having to start over their careers from scratch while starting a family.
This story is about the narrator's experience moving to the US from China to study and the culture clash she experienced This is especially the case with race, as the narrator, moving from a majority to a minority, considers what her race actually means…
Wei-Min Hsu is a researcher at Pintung University in Taiwan. He reflects on his time in Anchorage, Alaska studying mathematics education and the development of mathematic curriculum for indigenous populations.
Tianyi Kou was born in China in 1995. She first came to the United States as an international transfer student and studied at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities.
Leah Herder was born in Changde, China in 1996. In 1997, she was adopted by an American couple. She grew up in Ohio and Wisconsin and studied at the University of Minnesota.
Bing Hsiang Hsieh was born in China in 1925. He left his family and moved to Taiwan in 1940 to escape war, which is where he met his wife. This digital story is an excerpt from a larger family history project. The whole video can be seen at…
Alexa Brill was born in China in 1996. She was adopted at 9 months old and grew up in Seymour, Wisconsin. Alexa studied sociology and economics at St. Norbert College in DePere, Wisconsin.