Summary of 30 Tips For Living In New York As An Asian Guy!

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This YouTube video provides tips for living in New York as an Asian guy, including advice on how to save money, how to get around the city, and what to do for fun.

  • 00:00:00 New Yorkers are not rude, but they can get rude if you violate their time flow. New Yorkers are helpful, but if you try to stop them in their tracks, they will not like that.
  • 00:05:00 Some tips for living in New York as an Asian guy include being wary of people who ask for directions, avoiding scammers, and being aware of the subway system.
  • 00:10:00 This YouTube video provides tips for living in New York as an Asian guy, including mentioning that there are cheaper items available than those found at, for example, a Rite Aid or a Metro Acres, and that some grocery stores have chains in New York. Point 13 discusses the prevalence of different streets everywhere in the city, and how knowing this can help you explore New York more effectively. Andrew notes that there are multiple types of delis in New York City and that it can be helpful to know what the "normative behavior" is in order to avoid being anxious or rushed while apartment-hunting. Finally, Dominic Ansel is mentioned, and the importance of waiting in line for food or drinks at a restaurant is stressed.
  • 00:15:00 In this video, New York City Asian guy David shares tips for living in the city as a Chinese, Korean, or Taiwanese guy. Some of the tips include: carrying cash, knowing your local area, not having monthly subscriptions, and hitting up pop-up events. David also advises against foodie events, which he believes are not worth the money. David encourages City Bike riding, and points out that the gray plastic bikes are easy to spot.
  • 00:20:00 This YouTube video is about living in New York City as an Asian guy. Some good tips include: getting a coffee subscription, cycling in some places, studying at the public library, and gallery hopping instead of paying for art exhibitions. There are also some negative tips, such as not being a fan of studying at the library, not liking coffee subscriptions, and finding furniture on the street that's not always clean. The video ends with Andrew sharing that the city has changed a lot in the last six to seven years, and that it's not worth it to live on high floors in walk-up apartments.
  • 00:25:00 The author provides advice for living in New York City as an Asian guy, emphasizing the importance of having a backup plan and being aware of ATVs and dirt bikes.

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