New York City: For 82-year-old Sonam Choedon, life every day is almost the same routine at her daughter’s home in Woodside, Queens. She gets up around eight in the morning and does her regular prayers. With rosary in one hand
Worsening situation in Tibet proved a key factor for Tibetan Americans as they faced US presidential elections on Tuesday that saw Obama win a second term in the White House, overcoming deep doubts among voters about his handling of the U.S. economy.
Grocery stores of all kinds and sizes are a common sight in Jackson Heights in Queens. But Patel Brothers grocery store on 74th Street stands out for its sheer size and popularity as one-stop shopping for people of South Asian descent.