The interview is about Thomas (nickname Tom) Matsui, starting with his parent's background and Thomas' childhood home in Vancouver, including its Japanese bath. He goes into detail about discrimination faced, including having to defend himself from the Georgia Street Gang. He talks about the sports he played pre war. During the war his family his family had an interview in Mission City to try and keep the family together on a beet farm, before deciding to go to East Lillooet in Ontario. He talks about demographics, recreation, and education at East Lillooet. He studied engineering at the University of Toronto (Ajax Campus). Thomas talks about Nikkeis entering into professional ranks,and remembers pre war discrimination. Tom worked as an engineer in both Toronto and Kingston. He talks about the difference between generations, and details relearning Japanese at Momijii, in addition to his granddaughter's education. He closes the interview by talking about his photography in a self-built dark room in East Lillooet.
Clip from Japanese Canadian Experience Conference: https://vimeo.com/340935684