A South Asian woman was left in shock after her neighbor accused her of force-feeding her son “ethnic food” while babysitting him.
An auntie in Singapore has divided the internet after using a toothpick to shield herself from a sleepy child on an MRT ride.
The act, which was caught on camera, first made rounds on r/trashy, a Reddit community dedicated to “all things trashy” last week.
It’s no secret that Asians are getting taller worldwide. There’s a commonly held notion that massive leaps in economic prosperity in recent decades have led to equally massive improvements in nutrition and, as a result, height.
Looking around at our family members of older generations, many of whom grew up in abject poverty, it’s a fairly apparent observation.
Redditors have taken to flooding their platform with Winnie the Pooh and Tiananmen Square pictures in an apparent protest against the news that Chinese tech company Tencent will invest $150 million in the site.
Reddit’s deal with Tencent, one of China’s largest arms in censoring content flagged by the government, is reportedly part of the site’s objective to raise $300 million to support its operations.
“What is a story you’ve been dying to tell?”
In a now-archived AskReddit post, Redditor average_smaverage opened up a platform for others in the community to share some of their most interesting experiences. Some wrote about people who had made lasting impressions on them, while others talked about good deeds they’d done but hadn’t been able to talk about in person without coming off as bragging.
Redditor Raises His Adopted Asian Son in Chinese Culture for 17 Years, Then Realizes He’s Actually Korean
Transracial adoption is never easy.
It’s so common for children to grow up hearing horribly insensitive things said about them, and there’s so much that these kids will miss out on when not being raised in their native culture.
Sometimes, people say how they truly feel about you when they don’t think you’ll hear it.
They might let slip to another person that they have a crush on you, or they may write something in their journal about a memory of you they have that really impacted them.
The No. 1 heart surgeon in Japan with his steady hand was spotted wearing a Dunder Mifflin shirt in Cabazon, California, over the weekend.
One lucky man got a chance to take a photo with actor and producer Hideotoshi Imura, who is well-known for playing warehouse worker Hidetoshi Hasagawa from the American version of “The Office.”
Many netizens are now having a hard time trying to unsee the uncanny resemblance of Indonesian President Joko Widodo to former United States President Barrack Obama – it’s like they are clones.
Reddit user badcompanygg recently shared a portrait of Widodo on the platform with the caption stating that he looks like the “Asian Obama.”
Editor’s Note: Eric Trinh Chu is an educator from San Francisco. The opinions expressed in this piece are solely his own.
There isn’t much I find surprising about the news of Alek Minassian’s terrorist attack, or of his self-proclaimed idea of an “incel rebellion.” What surprises me is how much I see my younger-self staring back at me.
Reddit users are loving a compilation of photos by a Filipina mother, known as MrsIronBad, which show sweet images of a father and daughter walking together while holding hands over the course of four years.
The compilation, which was posted on the sub Reddit /r/awww on Tuesday, shows the woman’s husband holding their daughter’s hand as they walk through several locations.