Chino Latino’s sparkly front facade makes it an unmistakable presence in Uptown. The restaurant prides itself for a menu that takes people around the world. According to Kwame Anthony Appiah’s Cosmopolitanism – Ethics in a world of strangers, cosmopolitanism implies that we have obligations to others and that we take an interest in the practices and beliefs that lend life significance (p.xv). Chino Latino apologized to the members of the Indian community for an offensive ad. Restaurants can use their platform to nurture global citizenship by giving visibility to the city’s diverse communities. India Association of Minnesota has over 40,000 members and launched India Day in 1983. Ragamala Dance Company, led by a mother and her two daughters, uses the dance form of Bharatanatyam as a language with which to speak about the contemporary human experience. And of course, Pangea World Theater “illuminates the human condition” through providing a space for difficult conversations.