For Nepalese Salon Workers, a Cultural Hurdle to Overcome

By Nicholas Hirshon Published May 14, 2012 The New York Times From a stool barely a foot high, the Nepalese woman hunched over the wrinkled feet of an older woman, attending to them with care and proficiency. She immersed the customer’s feet in a small whirlpool, snipping and filing away. “I didn’t even tell my …