I currently live in Denver, but regularly visit Aurora because it is one of the most interesting and diverse suburbs in the larger metropolitan area. In the last decade, numerous immigrants have settled in Aurora, the third-largest city in Colorado. On Parker Road, one of Aurora's most important streets, Indian groceries share shopping-center space with Pakistani video stores, Korean barbeque restaurants, and other ethnic eating and shopping options. The center of Aurora's immigrant culture is H-Mart, a massive Asian grocery store on Parker Road with an excellent food court. The Dim Sum is fantastic from many of the restaurants in the food court!
Other Aurora attractions and things to do include the Aurora History Museum, which regularly holds shows by local artists in addition to their informative displays on the city's history and culture. Cherry Creek Reservoir, in the northwest corner of the city, is a popular spot for boating and swimming, and is surrounded by lots of hiking and biking trails. Getting to and from Aurora is easy, even if you don't have a car, since Denver's light-rail system makes several regular stops throughout the city of Aurora.