There's a bit of a difference with club culture in America compared to club culture in Asia.
Asian club culture is pretty much pre-set for us. Now, American club culture - you need to understand certain things. If you want to have fun, choose a club wisely. Don't go for super high class venues if you're inexperienced.
In the U.S., people with different life experiences and social status than you may not understand where you're coming from. For new comin' Asians in America: English counts a lot.
If you speak with a thick accent, don't expect to hang out with full-on local Americans who've been in clubs for 9 years. If any, the "rules" of clubbing are simple.
1. Don't ruin the fun of others.
2. Be nice to people.
3. Keep safe. That's why they have bouncers in the club.
And, don't use fake IDs. Have some decency.
Further question? How do I deal with creepers?
It's hard to put a definition to, but creepers are guys who don't respect your space, have a hard time taking "no" for an answer & usually get thrown out of the venue.
It's either that or they're disliked by just about everybody there. Here are the set of actions you can do to protect yourself.
1. If the guy is violent or hotheaded, just LEAVE.
2. Call a bouncer.
3. If you suspect this dude is a pick-up artist, close OFF your body language. Stop talking for 2 minutes. If he persists, spill vodka on his shoes then call a bouncer.
4. Hmmm, what else?! Bring a fake wedding ring for size.
There. Should all that prove inadequate, there is STEP 5.
Give them a fake number.