When John Wang set out to build New York's first true night market, he ended up attracting mostly Asian food vendors. But over the months, his vision of a truly international, yet fiercely local experience gradually fell into place. The dishes being offered showcases the international reach of Queens, but the range of families, food enthusiasts and passersby who frequent the market has shown the rest of New York what a food market with inclusion as one of its main goals feels like.

Approaching the end of its first year of operation, the Queens International Night Market has earned its reputation as the kind of Saturday night celebration that could only be found in "the world's borough."

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1 Minute Meal is a documentary series that uses food to reveal the communities, legacies, dreams, realities, and unseen forces that shape life in New York City. The purpose of this work is to create a more inclusive and dignified media portrayal of American…


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1 Minute Meal is a documentary series that uses food to reveal the communities, legacies, dreams, realities, and unseen forces that shape life in New York City. The purpose of this work is to create a more inclusive and dignified media portrayal of American diversity.

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