December 04, 2011
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Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff
Raisia, who is from Uzbekistan, shopped at Berezka International Food Store, a Russian market.
Jennifer Lee, manager of Refuge, is a Korean American.
The diversity of the people reflects the patchwork quality of Allston Village.
Kyle Thompson, a UMass Boston student.
Lydia Edwards, an attorney.
Rob Balkin, an Allston resident.
Artur Seropoyan, an Armenian immigrant.
The Rev. Patrick Tishel at Holy Resurrection Orthodox Church.
In Allston Village, there is an abundance of cuisines from all over the world.
A woman waited for a bus in front of a Korean restaurant.
Natalie Leo, a waitress from Thailand, tended to Justin Jung Min, a Korean American baby.
People strolled down Harvard Avenue on a recent Sunday.
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