People are asking James Corden and “The Late Late Show” to remove the “Spill Your Guts” segment, claiming that it perpetuates anti-Asian racism amid a rise of violence toward AAPI communities.
Host James Corden invites celebrity guests to participate in the segment in which he gives them the option to either answer personal questions or take a bite from an assortment of what is displayed as “gross” foods.
A tourist from Texas allegedly punched a man in Florida’s Okaloosa County after his children pet the tourist’s dog.
The incident: Wade Anton, a 54-year-old tourist from Forney, Texas, reportedly made racist comments toward a woman and her children of Asian descent at around 4:15 p.m. at Okaloosa Island’s John Beasley Park on Thursday, telling them to “go back where they came from,” according to the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office.
A man, 50, and a woman, 51, allegedly subjected an Asian man, 64, to verbal abuse and threats on Sunday evening after finding him sifting through garbage bins in Sydney, Australia.
The first attack: The incident, which happened at Trumper Park on Hampden Street in Paddington, caught the attention of Cocoa, 25, who went over to the scene after hearing racist slurs from his car, reported 7News.
Indian American journalist Megha Rajagopalan won the 2021 Pulitzer Prize on Friday for her coverage of China’s detention camps in Xinjiang.
The recognition: Rajagopalan won the award for International Reporting with Alison Killing and Christo Buschek for BuzzFeed News, the first for the website since its founding in 2012.
A 70-year-old Filipino man said he was verbally and physically assaulted while walking in a park in Cerritos, Calif., with his wife earlier in June.
The attack: Cesar Echano was at the Cerritos Regional Park with his wife on June 5 when a white man in his 20s came up to them and started verbally harassing the couple, according to ABS-CBN News.
New Court Documents Reveal MIT Grad Held on $20 Million Bond, May Have Been Interested in Yale Grad’s Fiancée
Court documents that were recently made public have revealed new details surrounding the murder of a Yale grad student in February.
New details: The court released the nearly 100-page arrest and search warrant records on June 11, according to The Hartford Courant.
Identical triplets Tiara, Taylor and Tiger Nguyen, 22, have graduated together with similar degrees from UC San Diego on Sunday.
The details: The Nguyen sisters from Fremont, Calif., have done everything together, from applying to UCSD, getting into the university and declaring similar majors, according to ABC10 News.
Ryan Le-Nguyen, the suspected shooter of Coby Daniel, 6, is back in custody with a new bond set at $100,000 on June 11.
The new bond: Le-Nguyen was originally released on a bond set at $10,000 on June 8 after the prosecutor’s office originally requested a $100,000 cash bond. The prosecutor’s office immediately filed an emergency motion to increase the bond.
Film production Participant is developing a scripted limited series inspired by the murder of Vincent Chin in an exclusive agreement with the Chin Estate and Helen Zia.
About the series: Participant’s series will be the “only authorized telling of the landmark civil rights case following the 1982 murder,” according to Deadline.
A recent revelation that the Scooby-Doo spin-off “Velma” will feature her as an East Asian lead is not sitting well for some people online.Scooby-Doo reimagined
HBO Max announced the brand-new adult animated comedy in February, revealing that the titular character of Velma Dinkley will be voiced by Indian American actress Mindy Kaling.
A pair of Asian business owners knocked out a white man who allegedly had been harassing them in their store in Dublin, Ireland, last week.
Taiwan-Born Lawyer Receives Hate Mail for Defending Man Accused of Attacking 75-Year-Old Woman in SF
Eric McBurney, a Taiwan-born public defender from San Francisco, has received hate mail for representing Steven Jenkins, the 39-year-old homeless man accused of attacking a 75-year-old grandmother in March.
The defense: McBurney, 48, told The New York Times, Jenkins’ “mind is broken.”