Living in New York City, studying New York City, it's definitely something that is going to be very hard to put into words. Living in New York City is something that lots of people have dreamt about-- is the Big Apple. People wanted to be here, from different countries-- Like, it's known to everyone around the globe, New York City so famous. The different type of businesses that happen in New York City is quite astonishing. And you can see such a diversity in different places. I've been to places around the world, but I've never seen such diversity. The NYU Tandon School of Engineering is in the tech triangle. If you look at, it's called the Brooklyn Tech Tech triangle. And over the strangled region in this radius, you can find a lot of tech companies. The food in New York is is amazing. This is a huge diverse offering for food. Think of anything you ever want to eat. Probably somewhere in New York in one of the five boroughs. There is a very like bustling attitude within the city, you can still find places that are kind of quiet and serene, like the Botanical Gardens. A lot of people think that it's like a very expensive, but you have a lot of universities, and a lot of colleges in New York, and therefore there are a lot of student population in New York. So anywhere you go, there's a student discount-- There's a student offer. My two favorites in New York, like the museums and parks, Prospect Park, Brooklyn Bridge Park, Museum of Ice Cream, Spyscape Museum. It's an the best part for NY students is that about like 60% of these museums are free. It's such a lovely place to be honest. People say it's hectic, people say it's chaotic, but it's no-- it's not. It is not. If you know the place, if you know how the whole system works, it's the best place you can be.