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.
A Starbucks branch in Dublin, Ireland compensated a female customer of Thai descent €12,000 ($14,600) after one of its employees drew a smiley face with “slanty” eyes on her cup.
Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) adjudication officer Kevin Baneham forced Atercin Liffey Unlimited trading as Starbucks Tallaght to pay Suchavadee Foley for the Jan. 12 incident, according to The Irish Times.
The new Lord Mayor of Dublin did not pull punches when she clapped back at a politician’s racist tweet after winning the 2020 general election in Ireland.
Claps Back at Racist tweet: Hazel Chu used humor to call out National Party member Rebecca Barrett for her racism last week, according to the Irish Post.
A group of teenage boys shoved an Asian woman into Ireland’s Royal Canal last week in what authorities are now treating as a possible hate crime.
The incident, which was caught on camera, took place while Xuedan “Shirley” Xiong was walking near Ashtown in Dublin around 7 p.m. on Friday.
Eric Zhi Ying Xue, a nine-year-old boy from the town of Bray, County Wicklow in Ireland, is facing deportation to China, according to the South China Morning Post.
Despite being born and raised in the Emerald Isle and considered by his principal “as Irish as every other boy in this school,” the fourth grade student does not hold Irish citizenship due to the fact that his mother, Leena Mei Mei Xue, entered the country illegally from China’s Fujian province 12 years ago.
Leo Varadkar’s upcoming election as Ireland’s next Taoiseach (Irish prime minister) marks a huge shift in the previously devout Catholic nation’s politics.
At age 38, Varadkar is setting a milestone as the country’s youngest and first openly gay leader. The candidate, whose father was born in Mumbai in India, will also be Ireland’s first premiere of Asian immigrant descent.