SR-239 is a recording of an interview with Judy Budo (nee Lee) conducted by Warren Sommer.
Track 1 - Introduces the interview. Discussion of Judy's place and date of birth. Mention of her parents names, and her grandmother moving to Fiji.
Track 2 - Discussion of when the Lee family came to Canada and their arrival in Vancouver. Discussion of the Lee family moving to Langley when Judy was around 7.
Track 3 - Discussion of Judy's knowledge of who had the store before. Discussion of butchers employed at their family store. Mention of the four stores owned by the family.
Track 4 - Discussion of Judy growing up and her experiences at school. Mention of experiencing racism at high school.
Track 5 - Discussion of Judy's life after graduating in 1987. Discussion of Judy working after school when she was young.
Track 6 - Discussion of Judy's childhood. Mention of her desire to work and having a protective father.
Track 7 - Discussion of the Judy's family, mention of a working vacation to Korea.
Track 8 - Discussion of Judy's traditional family. Mention of Judy's arranged marriage and her trip to China.
Track 9-10 - Discussion of the death of Judy's father. Mention of the Ching Ming festival and other customs practiced by her family.
Track 11 - Discussion of Judy's marriage. Mention of Lee family members marrying other nationalities.
Track 12 - Discussion of food traditions in the Lee family, mention of consuming Chinese foods and Caucasian foods.
Track 13 - Discussion of Judy's husbands family. Discussion of Judy's two children and growing up in the Lee family.
Track 14 - Discussion of Judy's memory of a customer at the family store, Mr. Walter Thompson.