The nation has been rocked by yet another mass killing — the shooting of eight people at massage parlours in Atlanta. But this one is even more ominous than usual, because six of the victims were Asian women at a time when hate crimes and attacks against Asian Americans have soared.
Official records indicate that the two defendants headed to where the taxi was parking late at night, and kept an eye open for people around the area to commit their robbery without getting caught.
Racism and xenophobia are terms that are not alien to the lifestyle credo of the US. They seem to have become, like the coronavirus, a normal in everyday life. Victims will vouchsafe for that. Kamala Harris, the first person of South Asian
The killings followed a year of mounting anti-Asian violence in the United States, which community leaders say is due to Asian Americans being blamed for the coronavirus first identified in Wuhan, China, in late 2019.
It is open season on Asians in the US, a country founded by colonialism and built by racism. The massacre of six Asian women at spas in the Atlanta area of the US state of Georgia was a tragedy waiting to happen.
The Dubai Criminal Court has sentenced an Asian duo to three months in jail, followed by deportation for assaulting a cleaner while working in Dubai.
“At the time I did those jokes, I genuinely thought them to be harmless. I was making fun of our enemy North Korea,” said the American television host.
I tell stories for a living, but I’m struggling with this. I don’t know how to make this into a story. Like others watching the recent rise in anti-Asian harassment and violence, I have been thinking of my parents, my in-laws and their friends. People who have
A new report released by Stop AAPI Hate revealed that since March 19, 2020, there have been 3,795 hate incidents targeting Asian Americans. That figure barely scratches the surface as most hate crimes go unreported. The rash of