Oral History Archive - Subjects
Columbia University, Intermarriage, Race discrimination, race awareness, Christian converts, Catholic Church, Cantonese dialects, law schools
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2015.048.008 The Family Journey of Gregory Ho

Lawyer turned investment banker Gregory Ho talks about his family journey to Hawaii. He talks about his paternal and maternal great grandparents and the circumstances that led them to Hawaii. He talks about his great grandfather extensive family with his wife and a concubine and the estate dispute that ensured after his death. He goes on to discuss his time at Yale and Columbia and the issues brought on by race while studying. Briefly, he discusses his family Christian faith and how that faith intertwined with their Chinese culture.





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