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Annie Kim
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    I'm Annie Kim. I am 15 years old and I go to school at Chatsworth High School. I've lived in Chinatown my entire life. This panorama is a digital mural of 3 places that are most important to me here in Chinatown.
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    HOPE is a group of UCLA students from the Vietnamese Student Union who come to Chinatown and offer student help with homework, field trips, and peer advising. I interviewed Tiffany Tran, the site coordinator of HOPE. I learned that HOPE is not just for homework and peer advising. It is also a way to meet new friends and learn leadership skills.
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    This is a self-interview where I prepared the questions and had my fellow student producers help me film it. I have learned what the hill used to be, it's history, and how today it is changing due to gentrification and the lots next have been torn down by construction workers.
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    My mom, Wendy Phoeng, was born in Cambodia on January 22 1959. Living in Chinatown has been a lot more convenient for her.
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    There are many poeple and places in Chinatown that are great to meet and see, respectively. It's those things that make our little home town unique
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    Hello. My name is Annie Kim. I have been living in Chinatown my entire life. This PowerPoint is a visual representation of me and my interests. I hope you enjoy it....
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  • Entry
    I'm Annie Kim. I am 15 years old and I go to school at Chatsworth High School. I've lived in Chinatown my entire life. This panorama is a digital mural of 3 places that are most important to me here in Chinatown.
  • Entry
    HOPE is a group of UCLA students from the Vietnamese Student Union who come to Chinatown and offer student help with homework, field trips, and peer advising. I interviewed Tiffany Tran, the site coordinator of HOPE. I learned that HOPE is not just for homework and peer advising. It is also a way to meet new friends and learn leadership skills.
  • Entry
    This is a self-interview where I prepared the questions and had my fellow student producers help me film it. I have learned what the hill used to be, it's history, and how today it is changing due to gentrification and the lots next have been torn down by construction workers.
  • Entry
    My mom, Wendy Phoeng, was born in Cambodia on January 22 1959. Living in Chinatown has been a lot more convenient for her.
  • Entry
    There are many poeple and places in Chinatown that are great to meet and see, respectively. It's those things that make our little home town unique
  • Entry
    Hello. My name is Annie Kim. I have been living in Chinatown my entire life. This PowerPoint is a visual representation of me and my interests. I hope you enjoy it....