MOCA Audio History Saturdays: Record Your Past with Richard Cheu

Sat, Dec 8, 2018 @ 12:00pm - 4:00pm

Record and collect your families memories.
Saturday, December 8 from 12noon - 4pm


Free with Museum general admission. Members are free. Not a Member? Join today!


We invite you, your loved ones, or anyone else, to MOCA to share a 40-minute conversation to tell your personal story or families history. Audio oral history recordings are yours to keep and we welcome all backgrounds to come share. Time slots are on a first-come basis until filled for that day.


Register for a time slot here!


Richard Cheu is a non-traditional PhD. student in World History at St. John’s University in New York City majoring in Public History. He has been an independent scholar since the 1980s conducting research on Chinese Americans during America’s Chinese Exclusion Era. The sixty-five oral histories he conducted are archived in the Hoover Institution at Stanford University. His “previous careers” include: neurophysiological research, marketing, international economics and reorganization of corporate entities and NGOs. He is a graduate of Stanford University (A.B. Biology), the University of Oregon (M.A. Biology), the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern (M.B.A. Marketing and International Economics), and recipient of a U.S. Public Health Fellowship in Physiology, University of Oregon Medical School. He is an ordained Catholic deacon.