New York Sikhs organise help for Sandy victims

New York’s Indian Sikh community has been providing free bowls of steaming lentils, rice and vegetables to some of those hardest hit by last month's Hurricane Sandy. What is has the response been so far?

Also, the growing need among emergency responders in the US for interpreters. And the Chinese girls adopted into American families who are asking: "Who are we and where do we come from?"

(Image: Sikh men walk between two yellow taxis, Credit: Getty Images)

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