Chun-Hee Kim, Full Interview
Description: Chun-Hee Kim is the youngest child born from a family of nine based in Daegu, South Korea. She has worked with in various positions at the Queens Library which she joined in 1987. She immigrated to Queens from South Korea with her husband and two daughters during the early 1980's. In this interview Chun-Hee crafts a personal definition of what it means to live as immigrant with anecdotes about work, everyday life, and sorrow which take place throughout New York. Chun-Hee later discusses the differences in American and traditional Korea culture and how she has seen the library grow as a hub for recent Korean arrivals to New York City and other New York based immigrant populations.
Emigration and immigration
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