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Mandy Ma

Mandy Ma Interview (English).docx.pdf
Mandy Ma shares her experience as a Korean American social worker supporting Korean elderly in the Greater Seattle Area during the pandemic. She also shares aspects of her personal life during quarantine and how she believes pandemic has affected our…

Sarah Gu

Sarah Gu Interview.docx.pdf
Just graduated from the University of Washington, Sarah shares her experience as a Korean American living through the pandemic. This conversation discusses how her online schooling changed, how her parent’s business had to change, and how she…

Dao Mai

Dao Mai Interview.docx.pdf
Vietnamese American who traveled to visit her dying father in Vietnam just as quarantine was imposed on foreign travelers. 2 week quarantine meant she missed seeing her dad before he died, missed his funeral.

Tony Ngo

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College senior who grew up in Chinatown and came back during pandemic. Talks about love of neighborhood, effect of early pandemic on local businesses and social life, racial justice issues within APA community

Monyee Chau

Monyee Chau Interview.docx.pdf
Taiwanese American artist and activist, talks about love for CID (she grew up there), fears and hardships during early days of pandemic, making artwork to support the neighborhood and BLM, race/identity issues among APA communities

Celina Hayashi Macadangdang

Celina Hayashi Macadangdang Interview.docx.pdf
Filipina American doctor at ICHS, talks about why she became a doctor (to serve the community), providing medical care during pandemic, and participating in rollerskating revival

Sharon Chang

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photographer/journalist who documented empty streets in early days of pandemic, mask stigma, intergenerational immigrant businesses. Also talks about her son's experience of anti-Asian covid-related bullying and the school's (mostly positive)…

Blake Nakatsu

Blake Nakatsu Interview.docx.pdf
Working and living in the Chinatown international district of Seattle, Blake Nakatsu, a Japanese American exhibit developer and YouthCAN manager at the Wing Luke Museum describes the impacts of COVID-19 on his life, society, and to the CID…