Hong Ching Ng to this day still remembers very clearly the terrifying encounter her father and grandfather had with communist soldiers when she was a little girl. The fear of communism was so deeply rooted within Hong Ching, she knew she wanted a better life for her and her children. In 1997 she immigrated to America following the arrival of the rest of her family. Adjusting to life in New York with her son and daughter-in-law, she became the designated babysitter for her grandchildren. In this video, Hong Ching, a spunky Chinese grandmother, shares her stories on her experiences with discrimination in the U.S.