A decade after 9/11, safer in NYC?
Updated: 2011-09-09 21:10
By Huang Junliang & Liu Yuhan (chinadaily.com.cn)
Ten years ago, when the World Trade Centers were attacked, officials closed areas below 14th Street in Manhattan where debris from the towers' collapse coated everything in gray.
Now, a decade since 9/11, everything seems to have returned to normal. But do people feel safer working, living and traveling here?
Video: Huang Junliang & Liu Yuhan
Producer: Flora Yue & Ji Tao
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