A Filipino and Asian fusion food truck in Utah that was vandalized with racist graffiti over the weekend has been redesigned with the help of the local community and NBA star Jordan Clarkson.
About the attack: Yum Yum Food Truck owner Ben Pierce found racist insults covering one side of his food truck in the city of Layton on Sunday, according to WTKR News 3.
Vandals defaced a public school and a store in Fairfield, Connecticut with words and phrases in protest against the upcoming Biden administration.
McKinley Elementary School, known in the area for its “incredible diversity,” saw “United States of China” spray-painted on the sidewalk leading to its entrance, as well as on a snowbank near its parking lot on Wednesday.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison had “It’s from China #CHINESEVIRUS” and “F*CK THE CHINESE GOVERNMENT” chalked on its campus on Wednesday.
The university is taking action against a large number of racist incidents against Asian and Asian American students on campus, according to Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
A woman in Fresno, California took to Facebook to vent over some unsightly graffiti that defaced her father’s car and greeted her first thing Monday morning.
The message: “F**k Asions [sic] and coronyvirus!”
A 27-year-old Australian man was recently arrested for the graffiti he made on a train in Tokyo, Japan last year after he returned for a vacation on Wednesday.
The suspect, identified as Paul Han, is believed to have trespassed into the Koishikawa Rail Yard at around 1 a.m. on February 19, 2018. Police reports indicated that he was with another person when he made the graffiti, but his accomplice has yet to be identified, according to NHK as translated by SoraNews24.
An unnamed Caucasian couple is getting heavy criticism from netizens in Thailand after a video of them doing graffiti in the busy streets of Silom Road, Bangkok, went viral on Facebook on Dec. 20.
The Facebook clip, posted online by Vorathep Charoenpornpanich, started off with the couple, whose names have not been revealed, just casually walking down Silom Road on Wednesday afternoon, according to AsiaOne.
A family of Hmong descent who just moved from Saint Paul, Minnesota to a suburb in Oakdale was the target of racist vandalism after the words, including “chink”, were spray painted across their garage door.
Photos of the vandalism were posted to Facebook on Sunday by TL Xiong, whose post has been shared more than 1,300 times and 3,200 reactions.