On Wednesday night on the popular and exclusive platform Clubhouse, a man named David Markovich became the most hated character on the platform.
I don’t know what any of this means but I think I am supposed to hate David Markovich, a person I did not know existed
Editor’s Note: This story has been updated with additional details from Sunnyvale PD and the victim.
A Bay Area woman is fearing for her safety after her neighbor in a Sunnyvale, CA mobile home community violently assaulted her and was released by police shortly after.
A post on an official UC Berkeley Instagram account sparked concern and outrage on Thursday after listing xenophobia against Asian students as being a “normal reaction” to fears over the coronavirus threat.
Adrienne Shih, a former UC Berkeley alumni and an audience engagement editor at the Los Angeles Times, tweeted a screenshot of a post from the Instagram account @bewellcal saying, “Confused and honestly very angry about this Instagram post from an official @UCBerkeley Instagram account. When is xenophobia ever a ‘normal reaction’?”
Editor’s Note: This article is part of a NextShark series covering the Hong Kong protests with our reporter in the field, Ivan Ng.
By now, the entire world knows what’s going on in Hong Kong. It started with an extradition bill, the people protested for months, the government said they would kill the extradition bill, but too many tragedies and alleged crimes had happened for the people to let go. They continue to protest, but this time for a completed list of five demands.
A video posted by Black Lives Matter Los Angeles depicts a man of Asian descent wearing a long-sleeved shirt with Los Angeles Police logos yelling “white power” at Black Lives Matter protesters on Thursday.
According to the BLMLA Twitter account, the man, who they claim is an LAPD officer, was yelling “white power” and making “white power” signs with his hands to allegedly antagonize the family of Albert Ramon Dorsey, a Black man who was killed by police at the Hollywood 24 Hour Fitness gym locker room. Today, he would have been 31, and BLMLA protested in front of the Hollywood 24 Hour Fitness.
Many Pixar fans are going out to see “Incredibles 2,” and like pretty much every Pixar film that comes out, there is a short film that plays before the main feature.
This year, we are treated to the short film “Bao,” a lovely tale of a Chinese-Canadian mother who lives in an empty home with her husband and gets another chance at motherhood when one of her dumplings comes to life.
A sickening video was recently posted to social media allegedly showing two Chinese police officers beating a handcuffed Uyghur Muslim man.
A video of brutal public child abuse has sparked outrage among Chinese netizens.
The horrific video shows a father violently hitting his daughter and swinging her body against a wall in a supermarket in Shuyang County, Jiangsu Province — all because she took her little brother out of the store for a snack without his permission.
Last week, one of China’s most visionary directors, Zhang Yimou, released his latest and most “Hollywood” film yet — “The Great Wall”.
The film was initially marked with controversy in the Asian-American community for it’s apparent “Hollywood whitewashing” with the casting of Matt Damon as the lead character in a film largely based on Chinese culture.
So apparently we wrote a “racist” headline about Chinese Olympic swimmer and perfect human specimen Ning Zetao by saying he’s giving the internet “yellow fever.”
This is the headline: “Forget Zika Virus — China’s Hottest Olympic Swimmer is Giving the Internet Yellow Fever”.