Nguyen Nhu Huy Quang was born on March 24, 1959, in Hue, Vietnam. In 1975, he left Vietnam at the age of 16, arriving in the United States with his brother as part of a refugee group. At the time of this interview, he was 21 years old and studying Electrical Engineering at San Diego State University. In this interview, Quang describes the background of his parents and family, and the circumstances under which he and his brother fled to America. He talks about living at Camp Pendleton, where he lived for five months upon his arrival before settling in San Diego, and his associations of America with Disneyland. He recalls living with his sponsor and the difficulties learning American customs and language, and mentions some of his activities in school. Because he left Vietnam when he was young, Quang tends not to focus on the political situation, but rather his individual hopes for good grades and a successful career as an engineer. Although he remains homesick, he looks forward to a bright future ahead. The interview is in Vietnamese, the transcript in English.