Two Chinese men reportedly left a restaurant in California without paying because a group of Chinese American diners sang “The Star-Spangled Banner” during an event.
What happened: The incident occurred inside a Chinese restaurant in Los Angeles on Oct. 13, according to World Journal, as translated by Taiwan News. The two men entered the restaurant at around 7 p.m. and left without paying 20 minutes later.
Carmine’s Italian Restaurant has released a new surveillance video showing the moments that led up to the assault of an Asian American hostess in its Upper West Side location last week.
Why it matters: The video adds to the evidence surrounding the now-viral incident in New York City, which triggered a Black Lives Matter protest outside the restaurant on Monday. Three Black American women — who were all tourists from Texas — are being charged for the attack.
Social media users are not buying London restaurant The Ivy Asia’s apology over its “culturally insensitive” advertisement for its Chelsea branch that portrayed Asian stereotypes.
The controversy and apology: The commercial, released on Aug. 8, shows two women dressed as geishas hailing a rickshaw with its driver wearing a stereotypical East Asian outfit, according to My London.
What happened: The Instagram Story, which was posted by Filipino American entrepreneur Rembrandt Flores, shows a group of Asian people dining at Tadaima, a new sushi restaurant located at 615 N. Western Avenue.
A man accused of assaulting an Asian restaurant owner in Arlington, Virginia after dining and dashing has been arrested on Tuesday.
A Korean BBQ restaurant had its second “dine and dash” incident on Sunday night in San Francisco.
A Chick-fil-A customer in Houston was shocked to find the word “China” in place of her name on her receipt.
The customer, whose first name is Tina, ordered her meal at the drive-thru at a Chick-fil-A in Houston on March 22, Business Insider reported.
A Chinatown restaurant owner in Chicago has been donating meals once a week to Asian seniors for over three months.
Jackson Chiu, who owns 312 Fish Market, has made a variety of dishes for these seniors, from California rolls to unagi don tamago. His restaurant “started with the idea to bring great quality fish to the local community,” according to its website.
An owner of a Chinese restaurant in England went viral for her response to negative reviews on an online food order and delivery website.
Alice Cheung, 50, owner of Chinese takeout establishment Oriental Express in Leeds, West Yorkshire, won the internet for her no-nonsense replies to negative reviews on Just Eat, according to LADBible.
Two Baltimore restaurant owners went above and beyond to fulfill the request of a dying cancer patient.
Brandon Jones, 37, emailed Asian fusion restaurant Ekiben on Thursday for the recipe of its tempura broccoli dish. His mother-in-law had grown fond of it, according to the Washington Post.
Sandwich shop workers in Oklahoma City were called “Nazis” after asking an enraged customer to wear a mask.
A ramen shop in San Antonio was vandalized with racist graffiti after the shop’s owner criticized Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s decision to lift Texas’ mask mandate.