Interview: Bangde "Annie" Fu

Title

Interview: Bangde "Annie" Fu

Description

Bangde "Annie" Fu (b. 1998) grew up in a small town in Guangxi, China. In search of a better life, Fu moved with her mother to the United States to join her father. Once in Philadelphia, Annie was immersed in a whole new world, which she welcomed with open arms. In this interview Fu discusses how she overcame many obstacles, including language barriers, new forms of education, life amongst people who were very different from people back home, and the everyday struggles of growing up.

Date

March 6, 2019

Rights

Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History, University of Kentucky Libraries

Identifier

2019oh0143_irw0074

Interviewer

Courtney Richards

Interviewee

Bangde "Annie" Fu

Sort Priority

0019

Interview Keyword

Guangxi (China)
Temple University
Food habits
Holidays

Indexed By

Courtney Richards

Files

fu_OH.jpeg


Citation

“Interview: Bangde "Annie" Fu,” Philly Immigration, accessed September 16, 2021, https://phillyimmigration.nunncenter.net/items/show/1055.

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