Personal experience: 10 American habits I gave up in Russia

This is a story about how a Russian, who had left for the States for a long time, suddenly decided to return to her native Moscow. To Russia, one way. It turns out that you can experience culture shock from your homeland, especially if you haven't been there for a long time. And again ...

Russians in America: Unexpected Facts About How Russian Immigrants Affected the United States

Historian Ivan Kurilla told Voice of America about the influence of immigrants from Russia on American society from the late XNUMXth century to the present day. In Russian-American relations, Russia has long been a recipient country. The USA, for its part, acted as a donor, a source of new models, ...

Street in Brooklyn renamed in honor of immigrants from Odessa

Sofia Vinokurova and Mark Rahman are sister and brother, immigrants from Odessa, who in 1978 founded the famous Russian restaurant National and the International deli on Brighton Beach Avenue in New York. Today these people are called legends of the Russian emigration in America. The other day city ...

Russian New Year is a mixture of Christmas, Fourth of July and Thanksgiving Day: Americans about us

Even far from Russia, it is impossible to celebrate the New Year without a grand bowl of Olivier salad, which in Russia is a modern national dish. It is believed that such hearty dishes as salad, salmon and bacon, as well as traditional black bread, protect the stomach from alcoholic ...

US media asked what Russian Americans think about Trump and Putin

Yahoo reporters asked residents of Brighton Beach in New York - one of the largest "Russian" regions in the United States - what they think of US President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin. The answers were very different. Many praised Trump, saying that ...

Clinton vs Trump: for whom Russian Americans of New York will vote

Brighton Beach is an area of ​​New York where a large number of immigrants from the countries of the former USSR live. They have their own views on the situation in the United States and the future of this country. The publication told about whom the Russian Americans intend to support in the upcoming presidential elections in the United States ...

The glitz and poverty of Brighton Beach: how the legendary "Little Odessa" lives

Brighton Beach is perhaps the most famous Russian-speaking area in the United States. It is also called "Little Odessa". According to various estimates, today from 50 to 70 thousand Russian-speakers live here. A ForumDaily journalist spent one day with locals in Brighton Beach to find out how this one lives now ...

Trump of contention: Russian-speaking Americans are divided into two camps

The most outrageous presidential candidate, Donald Trump, continues to gain popularity among Republicans. The statements and attacks of a billionaire are always a scandal in the electoral arena. Some adore him. Others are even accused of fascism. ForumDaily tried to find out: why they love and hate Donald ...

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