Mexico’s president made a public apology on Monday for the killing of over 300 Chinese people by the revolutionary forces of Francisco I. Madero in the city of Torreón over a century ago.
Gruesome history: President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said he wants to ensure the 1911 massacre, in which Chinese nationals were mutilated or hung from telegraph poles, “never, ever happens again,” reported the Associated Press.
America may not have won World War II and landed on the moon later if not for the contributions of a brilliant Chinese scientist named Qian Xuesen.
Fearing communist presence after the war, the U.S., however, deported Qian to China, clueless that he would eventually spearhead programs that would target American troops and eventually propel China into space.
Fou Ts’ong, a world-renownedv Chinese pianist, has passed away at the age of 86 after contracting COVID-19.
The Chinese-born British musician passed away in London on Monday. His wife, Patsy Toh, was also hospitalized for COVID-19 but was able go home before his death.
Chinese-Canadian ball player Li Hongquan, who goes by Ben Li, has just started his collegiate basketball journey in the U.S. but he has already learned how to deal with the racism he faces in the basketball court.
British film director Paul W.S. Anderson has apologized for the “Chi-Knees” line in “Monster Hunter” and it is set to be removed from all versions after movie-goers in China found the scene offensive.
The 55-year-old director said he was “devastated” and “mortified” in a statement to Deadline.
A Chinese army dog has gone viral for not letting his retiring handler go by wrapping his paws around him to stop him from leaving the barracks.
The heartbreaking moment, captured at a military base at an undisclosed location, sees a 3-year-old golden retriever dog named Da Mao chasing after his trainer, Jia Chuan, as he is leaving the base, according to state-run media CCTV via Daily Mail.
A Chinese ambassador in the United Kingdom denied and blamed “anti-China hackers” after people discovered his Twitter account liked a pornographic video.
What happened: A London-based human rights campaigner saw the like on Liu Xiaoming’s Twitter account on Wednesday, according to CNN.
A 23-year-old man from Australia received a 12-year jail sentence for raping a 21-year-old Chinese student inside a bathroom at the University of Western Australia last year.
Wayne Christ Adeline received the sentence on Wednesday after being found guilty of sexual penetration without consent, aggravated sexual penetration without consent and assault occasioning bodily harm, according to The West Australian.
Editor’s Note: This article has been updated with further information to reaffirm the statistic of Canadian Americans being physically assaulted.
A new survey conducted in Canada shows nearly 30% of Chinese Canadians have been personally threatened or intimidated during the COVID-19 pandemic with 8% of the total survey reporting they were physically attacked in the highest degree, with an additional 21% reporting physical attacks in lower degrees.
Editor’s Note: This article has been updated to correctly spell Yanil’s name.
A Korean teen living in the Netherlands was kicked in the face after being mistaken as a Chinese national amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
As if dealing with the economic impact of COVID-19 is not stressful enough, a family-owned restaurant in Seattle, Washington must deal with online trolls who have been trying to ruin their name in a racist scheme.
It all started on Saturday afternoon when Eric Chan, whose family owns Jade Garden in the Chinatown-International District, received a comment on his Instagram profile.
On Mother’s Day, May 10, Meenal posted an Instagram video compilation of heartwarming images of Chingu, whose real name is Ling Yi, and her family. She narrated the video, telling the story of how Chingu became a part of their lives.