Rohingya: The Rohingya Community of Chicago, USA: CHICAGO_ROH_NEONSKY_ASJ_11

Rohingya refugees Aisha and Naznin work at their mother's restaurant, the Tea Leaf Garden restaurant on January 11, 2019 in Chicago, Illinois. In 2018 Rohingya refugee Nasimah and her friend opened the Tea Leaf Garden restaurant, which serves halal Rohingya, Malaysian and Burmese food. Nasimah escaped violence and oppression in Myanmar in 1977 to Malaysia and was resettled with her family in Chicago in 2012. Her son Mohammad says that {quote}Everything is better here in the US. We are able to go to school.{quote}

Rohingya refugees Aisha and Naznin work at their mother's restaurant, the Tea Leaf Garden restaurant on January 11, 2019 in Chicago, Illinois. In 2018 Rohingya refugee Nasimah and her friend opened the Tea Leaf Garden restaurant, which serves halal Rohingya, Malaysian and Burmese food. Nasimah escaped violence and oppression in Myanmar in 1977 to Malaysia and was resettled with her family in Chicago in 2012. Her son Mohammad says that "Everything is better here in the US. We are able to go to school."