Family Man: Edgardo Dualan
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below to hear audio segments from an April 2008 interview by
Jean Paul Dualan
with Edgardo Dualan, who describes the hardships of living in
Edgardoand his youngest daughter, Kirsten
Edgardo talks about himself and his family.
Edgardowith his father, Anching, and his two sons, Jean Paul and Pierre
East Coast and West Coast (1:13)
Edgardo talks about living in different areas of the United States and key differences in living in the West Coast and East Coast.
Facing Prejudice and Recognition in the Newspaper (1:00)
Edgardo talks about facing prejudice and getting recognition in the Newspaper as one of the youngest naturalized citizens.
with his son, Pierre, and his mother, Seni
Fil-Am Community and Interracial Relationships (1:17)
Edgardo speaks about the Filipino-American community in
with his son, Jean Paul
New York (3:11)
Edgardo talks about education in
enjoying a birthday with Jean Paul and Pierre
High School in the Philippines (2:41)
Edgardo talks about finishing high school in the Philippines and speaks out on his opinion about English as the main language of instruction.
Edgardo and his wife, Maria, with their sons, Jean Paul and
Pierre at a baseball game
College and Studying to be a Doctor (1:28)
Edgardo talks about finishing college in the
and his sons, Jean Paul and Pierre, in San Francisco
Edgardo talks about the responsibility of the eldest child.
with his sons, Jean Paul and Pierre, and Garfield at Great America
Marcos and Martial Law (3:15)
Edgardo talks about Martial Law in the
Edgardo Dualan in his 1988
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last revised: 5-29-08
by Eric Brenner, Skyline College, San Bruno, CA
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