A tweet showing a Pakistani father’s reaction to his daughter’s text message after she told him she now has a job has gone viral.
Relatable post: Toronto Twitter user @ughneha, who goes by the name Neha on the social media platform, shared a screenshot of the conversation she had with her family through their group chat, according to The Indian Express.
A recent revelation that the Scooby-Doo spin-off “Velma” will feature her as an East Asian lead is not sitting well for some people online.Scooby-Doo reimagined
HBO Max announced the brand-new adult animated comedy in February, revealing that the titular character of Velma Dinkley will be voiced by Indian American actress Mindy Kaling.
Teen Vogue’s newly appointed editor-in-chief has stepped down after racist and homophobic tweets from a decade ago resurfaced.
Editor’s Note: This article has been updated with an apology from Alexi McCammond addressed to the Teen Vogue staff.
Social media users are calling for the removal of Teen Vogue’s new editor-in-chief after her anti-Asian tweets from as early as 2011 resurfaced.
New York State Sen. John Liu has come under fire after suggesting that the Jan. 6 siege of the U.S. Capitol is “more frightening” than the Sept. 11 attacks.
The Taiwan-born lawmaker, who represents the 11th District in northeast Queens, made his remark about an hour before the Sergeant-at-Arms announced that the building had been secured from rioters.
A Japanese man shared a tear-jerking moment when he accidentally found his father, who had already passed away seven years ago, on Google Earth.
Twitter user @TeacherUfo stumbled upon the revelation while checking out their old house on Google Earth, according to Unilad. To his surprise, the user saw his father waiting for his mother to arrive home.
Japan’s infamous “Twitter killer” has reportedly requested to meet and marry an ordinary girl before he is put to death following his sentence.
Death penalty: Arrested in 2017 after human body parts were found in his “House of Horrors,” 30-year-old Takahiro Shiraishi was sentenced to death on Dec. 15 for killing and dismembering nine people, NextShark previously reported.
A Japanese man who killed nine people and stored their body parts in his “House of Horrors” has been sentenced to death this week.
Takahiro Shiraishi, 30, admitted to his crimes in late September, saying that he wanted to steal his victims’ money and sexually assault them.
A reporter from the state-run China Daily has gone viral for calling a Republican senator a “b*tch” for her comment against China.
Viral tweet: Tennessee Republican Senator Marsha Blackburn got into a heated argument with China Daily chief Washington correspondent Chen Weihua on Thursday, according to The Hill.
A Chinese ambassador in the United Kingdom denied and blamed “anti-China hackers” after people discovered his Twitter account liked a pornographic video.
What happened: A London-based human rights campaigner saw the like on Liu Xiaoming’s Twitter account on Wednesday, according to CNN.
A professor from the University of Central Florida has received backlash for a tweet that many found to be racist.
Psychology professor Charles Negy posted a question on Twitter asking if systemic racism would still “exist” if Blacks “had the same behavioral profile” as Asians.
K-pop fans demonstrated their massive power on social media again by flooding trending White supremacist hashtags on Twitter with fancams of their favorite idols.