Conservative journalist Andy Ngô said he was chased and beaten by antifa members while covering a protest in Portland, Oregon, late last month.
Why this matters: Ngô, who says he has focused on exposing antifa for years, said “no journalist in America should ever face violence for doing his or her job.”
Many Asian-owned businesses in Portland, Oregon were vandalized and had windows smashed.
In the last week of January, 13 businesses in the Jade District of East Portland were vandalized, according to Williamette Week.
A man in Portland, Oregon has been charged with bias crimes after allegedly kicking and racially attacking an Asian American woman last week.
The incident, which left the victim with “some trouble walking,” occurred on a TriMet bus in the area of Southeast 52nd Avenue and Foster Road at 5:45 p.m. on Jan. 22.
A man in Portland, Oregon is facing bias crime charges after attacking an Afghan American store owner last Friday.
The incident, which was caught on camera, occurred inside the 68-year-old victim’s convenience store at a Chevron gas station in Southeast Portland.
A man in Portland, Oregon has been charged with a hate crime after allegedly punching an Asian American commuter earlier this month.
The incident, which was only announced last week, occurred while the victim was waiting at the train stop near North Interstate Avenue and North Lombard Street on Dec. 15.
A 30-year-old man has been charged in the fatal stabbing of an entrepreneur credited for popularizing kimchi in Portland, Oregon.
Matthew Choi, 33, co-founder of Choi’s Kimchi Co., succumbed to his wounds after officers responded to the attack in his apartment in the 300 block of Southeast 12th Ave., Buckman neighborhood on Oct. 25.
A man credited for popularizing kimchi in Portland, Oregon died after getting stabbed in his home over the weekend.
Matthew “Matt” Choi, 33, was found wounded in his apartment at 300 Southeast 12th Ave. in the Buckman neighborhood on Sunday morning.
Conservative journalist Andy Ngo reportedly landed in the hospital after being attacked by a group of left-wing protestors at a protest in Portland, Oregon on Saturday.
Ngo, an editor at Quilette, was covering protests against the Western-chauvinist group Proud Boys, which is known for starting street fights, according to The Independent.
Toby Mendenhall, a man from Portland, Oregon who is accused and wanted for child sex crimes, was recently extradited back to the country from China.
Mendenhall, 41, was booked at the Washington County Jail on Oct. 24, with a bail of $2.5 million, KOIN 6 reported.
Activists Publicly Expose White-Owned Restaurants Guilty of Cultural Appropriation All Over Portland
Two white women closed down their pop-up burrito shop in Portland, Oregon after receiving public backlash for cultural appropriation and allegations that they stole their recipes from Mexico.
Owners Kali Wilgus and Liz “LC” Connelly shut down their shop just a week after being featured on the alternative weekly newspaper Willamette Weekly, where they said that their Mexican-inspired dishes were created by picking “the brains of every tortilla lady there [Puerto Nuevo, Mexico] in the worst broken Spanish ever.”
Chef Han Ly Hwang of Kim Jong Grillin and Chef Kyo Koo of Danwei Canting in Portland, Oregon claimed they were discriminated against after they contacted a local hood cleaning service and were told the company doesn’t serve “Oriental” restaurants.