Three cities in the USA where our people move if they do not want to learn English

Is it possible to move to the USA, live there for 30 years and not learn English? Of course, it is possible if there are Russian cafes, restaurants, shops, Russian-speaking neighbors, sellers, doctors, etc. around, writes the author of the "Blog about the United States" column on Yandex.Zen. Further - from the first ...

Why our immigrants face problems in the USA: can this be mistaken for Russophobia

The United States has traditionally been considered the most immigrant-friendly country. Almost every American is related to those who came here in search of a better life: several years, decades, or even a couple of centuries ago. It is difficult to surprise someone here with an accent or national diversity. ...

Eight stereotypes about Russians in the USA

“We all think that Americans hate us,” Vadim Sovitsky, a Russian living in the United States, revealed 8 of the most common, in his opinion, stereotypes of Americans about Russian people. The first stereotype is the lethargy of the Russian people, Vadim writes for the Open Russia Livejournal community. Surely you ...

Five quintessentially American problems that our tourists and immigrants do not understand

In Russia, we do not face such difficulties and do not even think that these situations can create difficulties in life. US citizens live with them every day and are already used to it, but for me personally, after visiting the States, everything ...

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 ...

15 significant disadvantages of living in the United States, according to a Russian-speaking immigrant

The author of the Doodle in the Margins channel on Yandex.Zen shared his view on the disadvantages of life in the United States. Further - from the first person. 1. The first minus is that American society, social environment, mentality and lifestyle are very different from ...

States of the USA, where Russians are best treated: impressions of an immigrant

The author of the Rides on the Shelves channel on Yandex.Zen shared her own impressions of which American states are good at treating newcomers and immigrants from Russia. Further - from the first person. The United States and Russia perceive each other with distrust, this is a fact. And at ...

How the American cemetery differs from ours: the experience of an immigrant

The author of the YouTube channel Arseny Khristenko walked through a cemetery in the United States and compared it with burial places in post-Soviet countries - there were many differences. The American cemetery is very different from ours in Russia. The first thing that catches your eye is that there are no large tombstones, structures, ...

These strange Russians: what the Americans are discussing behind our backs

Yes, we know that Americans consider Russian-speaking immigrants unsmiling. But there are more mind-boggling things in our culture that surprise Americans. We do not shake hands across the threshold, we believe that we need to "sit on the path", more often than others we go out into the street in heels. ...

How to live and work without English in the USA: personal experience

Nikolai, the author of the channel on Yandex.Dzen, tells how Russian-speaking immigrants manage to live in Los Angeles and work for years, practically not understanding English and not trying to learn it. I'll tell you on the example of people with whom I work - but I work in Russian ...

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