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When you' re looking for things that make New York a place, there are few that embody the town - and cause more trouble - than doves and taxis.... Doves can be for some humans "rats with wings" (like the former park inspector Thomas P. F. Hoving, who made the sentence popular), but in "The New York Pigeon:
Emily Rueb, whose New York Times cam described the Manhattan window sill with red-tailed falcons as the home of the doves, remembers in her introductory remarks the role of the doves as brave couriers in times of war and as ambassadors for reporters. Mr. Garn's book (published in collaboration with the Wild Bird Fund) contains profiles of rare infant doves, pretty penguins, stone doves and groupers.
"When I photographed doves in motion with high-speed stroboscopes, I saw a size I had never associated with these often unseen grey beasts. While Benoit Cohen falls behind the claim "You talkin' to moi?", like Robert De Niro in the 1976 movie "Taxi Driver" the German director playfully assumes the part of a New York taxi driver.
Mr Cohen, who in 2014 left France for Brooklyn with his spouse and two kids, played the role of putting himself in the cab driver's shoes for a script he is working on, although it is not clear whether live imitates the arts or not. Mr. Cohen has written his four-month excursion into an incisive journal entitled "Yellow Cab:
Already on his first morning he brought his yellow cab back to Queens, but had forgot to turn on his "off-duty" bill. He is called by two wives while he has halted at a traffic lights, and in accordance with the recently learnt cab regulations, he consents to dropping her off at Penn Station, even though he went the other way.
The Yellow cab (???????, Ier? Kyabu) is a concept that refers to an ethnical bias of Korean and other East Asian men and men and indicates that they are sexual accessible to men from abroad. For Asians, the word combining the use of "yellow" with the picture of a yellow taxi that can be "driven" at any moment.
In particular, it relates to affluent females who are travelling abroad or visiting Japan's immigrant encounters  The concept is said to have been shaped by English-speaking aliens who met these females in the latter eighties, but was quickly adopted by the Jap press to sensationalise and criticise women's behaviour The Jap concept is a bairaigo.