- The New York City Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying a man accused of hurling anti-Asian remarks at a 62-year-old Asian victim at a Mobil gas station at 147-10 Northern Blvd. in Flushing, Queens, on July 5.
- Authorities said the victim was walking to the gas station when the man bumped into him and told him, “Hey, you cut me off. F*cking Asian people.”
- On Wednesday, the police released an image of the suspect, who they believe was driving a white Honda CR-V SUV.
- He was described as a man with a dark complexion, a thin mustache and close-cut hair wearing a black T-shirt, two-tone shorts and white sneakers.
- The NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force is now investigating the incident as a case of aggravated harassment.
The New York City Police Department has released an image of the man accused of hurling an anti-Asian remark at an Asian victim at a gas station in Flushing, Queens, last week.
Authorities responded to a call made at a Mobil gas station at 147-10 Northern Blvd. in Flushing on July 5. According to the NYPD, the 62-year-old victim was walking to the gas station when the man bumped into the victim and told him, “Hey, you cut me off. F*cking Asian people.”
- Located in Flushing, Queens, the 24,000-square-foot Asian food hall is one of the many projects in Tangram, a multi-purpose space with architecture inspired by the traditional Chinese puzzle of its namesake.
- The concept behind its interior design marries industrial and cyberpunk styles. The hall will feature concrete, steel, cedar and ceramic textures bathed in heavy neon, along with kinetic lights and disco balls.
- The food hall design aims to promote Asian culture and cuisine and is influenced by the open-air markets bustling with life in massive metropolises like in Beijing, Hong Kong and Singapore.
An upcoming futuristic Asian food hall is set to spice up the nightlife in Flushing, Queens, in New York City this summer.
The 24,000-square-foot Asian food hall is one of the many projects underway in Tangram, a multi-purpose space with architecture inspired by the traditional Chinese puzzle of its namesake.
A robbery failed when an unknown man attempted to steal from an Asian woman in Flushing, Queens last Friday, thanks to a good Samaritan who chased after the culprit.
The incident was originally posted to Facebook that morning, stating that the woman was using an ATM when a stranger attempted to rob her in broad daylight.
A police officer from Queens, New York is now being sued following an arrest and charge for drunkenly pointing a gun at a waitress’ head without cause in 2019.
The lawsuit: The victim, Hyunjung Ki, gave a detailed recap of what happened during the 2019 incident in her lawsuit filed under the Brooklyn Federal Court on Sept. 16, according to New York Daily News.
A hooded and masked gunman fired multiple shots at a man after stepping outside of a karaoke bar in New York City on February 12.
The victim, 31-year-old Xin Gu, left the Shangri-La Karaoke bar on Fowler Street in Flushing, Queens to ride an Uber that had pulled over.
Xiao long bao, also known as XLB or soup dumplings, typically holds soup and meat wrapped in white dough, but a restaurant in Queens has turned the traditional dumpling into a dessert.
Kung Fu Xiao Long Bao, a Chinese restaurant located in the neighborhood of Flushing in Queens, New York, offers what is called Nutella XLB.