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deliver.jpgThe New York Times goes on a long ride through the lives of bicycle-riding food deliverymen in New York City. At the end of a good week, Lin Dakang might make $500, and if he's lucky dinner is returned customer food. He thinks about his upcoming asylum hearing between deliveries. Taxis are not his friend. "I just pray to God that nothing happens to me." [NYT]

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