Like Ho, Yang is a second-generation Chinese American. However, the photographer believes that his “socialist” policies only push for “more government.”
“[Yang] is an embarrassment to me and embarrassment to the people of Chinese descent living in America,” Ho told The Epoch Times. “The American people need to know that Andrew Yang does not stand up for us, the Chinese people living in America.”
Ho, however, is not buying Yang’s policies. He also likened the candidate’s proposal of Digital Social Credits to China’s controversial social credit system, which scores citizens based on socio-legal behaviors.
“If [Yang] wants that, he can move to China,” Ho said. “We want freedom of religion; we don’t want [a] social credit score.”
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