Melbourne: Indian drivers who have been working in the country for 10-20 years, can still be looked on as outsiders by the local white Australians. Attacks of Indian drivers by locals are not uncommon and have inflamed diplomatic tensions between India and Australia. Meet cabbie Tom, who moved to Melbourne more than 20 years ago in search of a better life. He believes that racism can, at times, cuts a deep wound, but here people are generally inclusive and this is now the place he calls home.
Osaka: Taxi drivers of Korean descent forms a small but significant community in Osaka. Discriminated upon by the local community, second generation Korean descent cabby, Nanbarra, has even adopted a Japanese name so as to blend into the Japanese community.