Mr. Yoon, from flushing, Queens, sleeps in a bus headed to Sands casino, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, crossing the Manhattan bridge, Mar. 13, 2013.
Asian immigrants sleeps on a bus headed to the Sands casino in Bethlehem, PA, Mar. 13, 2013.
A waiting room at the Sands casino. There are those that arrive at the casino and go straight to the waiting room and immediately start waiting for the next bus to go home, Mar. 6, 2013. Many of them are asian immigrants who makes a living exchanging the gambling vouchers for cash.
A Chinese elder eats his late meal inside the waiting room at the casino, Oct. 21, 2013.
Mr. Chun, a Korean bus-kkun plays poker in a gambling machine. Usually he plays games once in a month after collecting money from taking the bus two times a day.
Sleeping in front of machines at the casino, waiting for the bus for home, Apr. 4, 2013. Many of the riders take the trips not to gamble, but to sell vouchers and coupons.
A used gambling voucher, dumped in a ashtray between gambing machines at Sands casino, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
A Asian bus rider sleeps in a bench at Greenway trail, near the Sands Casino, Bethlehem, PA.
People often spend time in the food court inside the Sands casino.
Playing traditional Chinese games inside the waiting room at the casino, Oct. 21, 2013.
Asian immigrants are packed in a casino bus departing from from Flushing, Queens, which is headed to Sands casino, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, Mar. 6, 2013.
A Chinese operated bus leaves the casino to return to Flushing, Queens, May. 16, 2013.
Son Jungho, a bus-kkun waits for the casino bus to depart at Flushing, Aug. 21, 2013.
Asians in Flushing, boarding the bus to Bethlehem, Jan. 25, 2013.
Mr. Chun takes the morning bus to the Sands casino, passing main street in Flushing, New York, Oct. 7, 2013.
A view from a neighborhood near the Sands Casino, Bethlehem, PA.
Chinese bus riders often spend their time outside the casino, collecting fallen nuts. However, residents often complain about Asian bus riders napping along the greenway, sleeping on top of picnic tables or resting atop pieces of cardboard and newspaper.
A Chinese bus rider in a hand-built shelter near the north side of Lehigh River, where the casino is located nearby. It is just 30 feet from the canal path used by joggers and bikers, and yet it's completely out of view behind a thick patch of trees, with a prime view of the Bethlehem Steel.
Chinese bus riders takes a rest while they kill time until their bus returns, in a hand-built shelter near the north side of Lehigh River, where the casino is located nearby. The shelter is buit by branches, wood and a canvas tarp for cover. It is just 30 feet from the canal path used by joggers and bikers, and yet it's completely out of view behind a thick patch of trees, with a prime view of the Bethlehem Steel.