Your family's history plays a big part in who you are, and that means the stories your family shares with you while you're growing up are special and worth celebrating. Madison Hu is full of incredible tales she heard about her own relatives growing up, and now she is sharing her story with fans.
In celebration of Asian and Pacific Islander American Heritage Month, the Bizaardvark star filmed a video for Disney Channel where she got to share a little bit about her family's personal story.
"My heritage is a story I want to tell. [It's] a part of who I am. Sometimes when you think of heritage, you might think 'WOAH, old people,' but my family's story about immigrating to this country is really recent," Madison shared in her video. "My mom and my dad and my brother were all born in China. I was the first generation born in America."
In the clip, Madison shared photos of her own parents, grandparents, and close circle of relatives – but even showed off her ancestry book, which documents her family tree back thousands of years. Pretty cool, right?
"My parents immigrated to the United States to start a new life," she added. "Chinese culture is a big part of my life, it's something that I'm really proud of. My heritage is part of who I am. I'm pretty much the American dream."
Make sure to check out Madison's video above to hear her talk all about her family's unique heritage, and hear more stories she picked up from her parents and grandparents.