Golden State Warriors’ Steph Curry recently paid a visit to the famous Ah-Sam Florists store in San Mateo, Calif., as a way to show support to reopened businesses.
The video: Curry, 33, posted the commercial sponsored by Google on YouTube on July 24.
Chinese social media users targeted Olympic athlete Wang Luyao with online abuse after failing to qualify for the air-rifle finals at the Tokyo Games, prompting online censorship to ban dozens of accounts.
What happened: Wang placed 18th in the quarter-finals of women’s 10-meter air-rifle on Saturday, according to South China Morning Post.
Hong Kong erupts in joy as ‘god of sword’ Edgar Cheung Ka-long wins city’s first gold medal in 25 years
Fencer Edgar Cheung Ka-long made history as he earned Hong Kong’s first gold medal in 25 years and the city’s second-ever in Olympics history.
The details: Cheung, 24, beat Italian Olympian Daniele Garozzo in the grand finals of men’s fencing at the Tokyo Games on Monday, according to France24.
Ex-NFL player Eugene Chung has called the football league’s statement on the review about the alleged racial discrimination he experienced at a job interview “a little misleading.”
Brief conversation: The former coach revealed he only had one brief conversation with the NFL in May during the league’s review of the issue, according to ESPN.
State Rep. Gerald Brady (D-DE) said he is not running for re-election next year after someone sent his private email containing an anti-Asian slur to the media last week.
The details: In his statement on Monday, Brady explains his recent actions make it difficult to provide the kind of representation all residents of the 4th District expect and deserve, according to WHYY.
Japan’s Jun Mizutani, Mima Ito ‘take revenge’ on China’s gold medal streak in mixed doubles table tennis
Japan received its first gold medal in table tennis mixed doubles as the host country’s team smashed China’s winning streak.
A surprising turn of events: Jun Mizutani and Mima Ito bested China’s Xu Xin and Liu Shiwen with a 4-3 final score at the mixed doubles grand finals at the Tokyo Games on Monday, Associated Press reported.
A couple captured a racist man on video hurling anti-Asian comments at them in San Francisco last weekend.
What happened: Albert Hsieh and Justin Erfort were walking on Market Street on Sunday around 3 p.m. when a man came at them out of nowhere and started spewing anti-Asian sentiments, according to KRON4.
Officials have confirmed that hikers near Mount St. Helens have found the body of 25-year-old Army First Lt. Brian Yang.
What happened: The hikers reportedly found an unresponsive body on a ridge below them in the Mount Whittier area of New Hampshire on Wednesday afternoon, according to the Army Times.
Paralympian Scout Bassett recently opened up during an interview about her life growing up in the U.S., her training for the upcoming Tokyo 2020 Paralympics and her thoughts on the rise of anti-Asian hate in the country.
Left out: Bassett, 32, was born in Nanjing, China, and spent most of her childhood years in an orphanage, where she endured years of abuse, starvation and forced child labor, the athlete recalled in an interview with Self Magazine.
“To All The Boys” film series lead Lana Condor is set to star in an action-comedy Hulu series written by Randall Park.
The details: The half-hour comedy “Take Out,” which is still in development, will run under 20th Television studio, The Hollywood Reporter exclusively learned.
Mat George, the co-host of the “She Rates Dogs” podcast, died after being struck by a vehicle in Los Angeles on July 17.
What happened: George was walking southbound on Croft Avenue around 2:20 a.m. when a white BMW traveling eastbound on Beverly Boulevard hit the comedian, according to the LAPD.
A Delaware lawmaker apologized online after his email containing an anti-Asian slur about Asian women made its way to the media.
What happened: State Rep. Gerald Brady (D-DE) accidentally sent the email to a person advocating the decriminalization of prostitution on June 27, according to the News Journal of Wilmington via The Associated Press.