Kewho Min | Certified Public Accountant/ Finance | New York City

Kewho Min is a dedicated and experienced professional accountant based out of New York City

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NYC’s Best Architecture

2019 was an exciting year for New York City architecture, which had felt stagnant for the last several years in a row. Along with new buildings, parks and even a new neighborhood in Manhattan debuted, laying the groundwork for a creative future of architecture and design in NYC. The final section of the famous High […]

Milk Bar NYC’s Newest Location

The 4,000 square foot Milk Bar flagship location opened on Saturday, November 16, 2019 at the Ace Hotel, 1196 Broadway at 29th Street, New York City. This is the 16th location of Milk Bar, owned by MasterChef Junior celebrity judge Christina Tosi, and it is definitely the sweetest of them all because it has every […]

New York City’s Latest Instagram Attraction: Yayoi Kusama’s “Every Day I Pray For Love”

Didn’t scoop up your tickets in time to catch Yayoi Kusama’s traveling exhibition, Infinity Mirrors? No worries! Kusama is back with yet another immersive installation, and the esteemed artist’s vision titled “Every Day I Pray For Love,” is more than enough to make you go wow and your Instagram followers think, I wish I were […]

New Upgrades in Central Park

A Brief History Central Park lies nearly right in the middle of Manhattan, New York. With millions of visitors on an annual basis, Central Park is one of the largest parks that New York has to offer. The park has an estimated 843 acres for people to enjoy between the hours of 6 a.m. and […]

New York City’s Plans to Fight Climate Change

Ever since Superstorm Sandy rocked the northeast in 2012, New Yorkers have tensed with bated breath at every tropical depression formed in the Atlantic. Meanwhile, summer heat is becoming so severe that the director of the NYC mayor’s office of recovery and resiliency Jainey Bavishi called it the new “silent killer” at MIT Technology Review’s […]

Kewho Min Hidden Bookstores in New York City

Hidden Bookstores in New York City

When it comes to large cities, it’s very hard to experience every single thing that they offer. With so many citizens, buildings and nooks and crannies, it can be daunting to see everything. And when it comes to the beautiful City of New York, it’s nigh impossible. Luckily, there are dozens of guides and ways […]

Kewho Min Bad Ads: The NYC Ban on Ad Barges

Bad Ads: The NYC Ban on Ad Barges

With millions of residents packed in a relatively small area, New York City is a favorite place for companies to advertise their products. However, some New Yorkers are starting to fight back against intrusive ads. The newest source of controversy has been the “adbarges” that have popped up lately. Since earlier this year, residents have […]

Where the Fireworks Fly in NYC

Where the Fireworks Fly in NYC

New York City has long been known to be one of the best places in the U.S. to watch Fourth of July fireworks. The city’s fireworks shows are known for their spectacular displays of lights, colors and sounds that continue to thrill people of all ages. Here are some of the best spots for viewing […]

Kewho Min The History of New York City Pizza

The History of New York City Pizza

New York City is well known for putting its own twist on some of the most delicious food: cheesecake, bagels and “dirty water dogs”, to name a few. It’s indisputable, however, that the one iconic New York bite is pizza. The Big Apple can’t take credit for inventing the pizza pie, though. Both the ancient […]

Kewho Min Mastering the Slang of New York City

Mastering the Slang of New York City

New York City has always been a world unto itself, but for visitors, mastering the lingo beloved by city residencies can be an intimidating proposition. Here are just a few important terms to know on your next visit to NYC, and why learning the right lingo can help you better navigate the most fascinating parts […]

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