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NYC Taxi Drivers 2019 Calendar Celebrates Immigrants

NYC Taxi Drivers 2019 Calendar Celebrates Immigrants

With the New Year just weeks away, New York taxi drivers have prepared their own unique gift to the city, a 2019 calendar featuring themselves. According to statistics, around 90 percent of yellow cab drivers are immigrants, and the calendar, which is a comedic take on the traditional pin-up, draws attention to this fact while being light and entertaining. Nina Vishneva reports from New York in this story narrated by Anna Rice. VOA NEWS

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