Denka Wangdi oral history interview and transcript

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Title

Denka Wangdi oral history interview and transcript

Description

Denka Wangdi is the daughter of Tibetan-Indian diplomats. Her father worked in embassies around the world, in the process meeting important figures such as Mother Theresa and the Dalai Lama. She was born in Denmark, and lived in the Philippines, London, Hong Kong, India, Cambodia, and Zambia. As a result, she has had a lot of experience with culture shock. She now lives in Houston with her husband and son, where she received a bachelor’s degree from University of Houston and a master’s in international finance from University of St. Thomas. She works for General Electric and writes screenplays.

Creator

Wangdi, Denka

Format

Sound
Text
MovingImage

Language

eng

Date of Interview

2017-11-01

Interview by

Ta, Anna
Dong, Kelly

Length of Interview

01:09:13

Genre

oral histories (document genres)

Rights and Access

The copyright holder for this material has granted Rice University permission to share this material online.
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Preferred citation for this interview

Wangdi, Denka, interview by Ta, Anna and Dong, Kelly. November 01, 2017. Houston Asian American Archives oral history interviews, MS 573, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University. http://hdl.handle.net/1911/99259.

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Citation

Wangdi, Denka, “Denka Wangdi oral history interview and transcript,” Houston Asian American Archive (HAAA) oral histories, accessed May 21, 2018, http://haaa.rice.edu/items/show/178.
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