You might remember a comedian named Timstar from his viral videos in which he flexed his skinny chest and abs and proclaimed in numerous ways that he was looking for a girlfriend.
James Wan is nothing less than a trailblazer. His works, though often accessible big-budget films like “Insidious” and “Furious 7,” all stand out as decidedly new ventures. Take “Saw,” a series he started in 2003 that has since expanded into one of the most successful horror franchises of all time, eclipsing over $1 billion in box office earnings. At its inception, “Saw” was just an indie short film that grew into more thanks to Wan’s tenacity.
“At the end of the day,” he tells me, “I do know I inspired filmmakers in the horror genre to get out there and take the bull by the horns, so to speak.”
Ross Cameron, an Australian TV presenter and avowed supporter of United States President Donald Trump, has officially had his contract from Sky News terminated following his racist comment targeting Chinese people by describing them as “slanty-eyed” and “yellow skin.”
Part of me doesn’t want to give this any attention, but this is nasty even by the low standards of Sky News and Outsiders. Ross Cameron and Rowan Dean: don’t complain if you’re called racist and bigoted. That describes your program accurately https://t.co/tozHGAjsUx
Election posters for an Asian Australian council candidate have been spray-painted with racist graffiti.
Asian Australian Yongbei Tang, a current candidate for city council in Hobart, is apparently being targeted with racial abuse by still unidentified perpetrators, ABC reports.
A 66-year-old Filipino Australian woman is the latest victim of racial abuse in Melbourne, putting up with two White women who called her a “motherf***ing curry muncher” and demanded that she go back to her “own f***ing country.”
The incident, which took place on a train on March 27, was caught on video that has since gone viral on social media.
Ladies, prepare yourselves. A contestant from Australia’s “Hard Quiz” is stealing the hearts of many social media users with his Disney prince-like charms and heart-stopping smile.
Theja Surapaneni, a 24-year-old dentist and a resident of Melbourne, Australia, has become quite the internet darling after his appearance on the show on March 14.
Editor’s Note: Caroline Wang is a Chinese-Australian university student living and studying in Melbourne. The views expressed in this piece are solely her own. This piece was originally published in Et Cetera, an Australian student publication, and republished with permission.
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A growing number of Chinese-Australian teenagers are facing discrimination and racism in Australia, a new study has revealed.
According to a survey conducted by Mission Australia, almost a third of the interviewed 22,000 Chinese-Australians, aged 15 to 19, claimed to have been treated unfairly because of their race. In an interview with the Daily Mail, Catherine Yeomans, CEO of Mission Australia, highlighted how worryingly high such discrimination is right now for Chinese-Australians overall.
An Australian beautician has pleaded guilty for destroying a birthday cake because her boba tea wasn’t sweet enough.
Tiara Suryana, 25, was at Gonga Cha bubble tea shop in Sydney back in May, when she became angry after staff denied her extra sweetener for her tea.