- An Asian woman who was filmed yelling the N-word and other anti-Black remarks on a New York City subway has sparked outrage on social media.
- The moment was caught as her train approached 14th Street-Union Square station.
- In a now-viral video, the blond-haired woman can be heard screaming “n*gger” and calling someone a “f*cking black vagina.”
- It’s unclear how the incident started, but the woman said she had told a certain “b-boy” to “stay the f*ck away from me.”
- While many condemned the woman for her racist tirade, others questioned why she did not suffer any violence.
- Meanwhile, others mocked the Stop Asian Hate movement and called the woman racist names themselves.
Several social media users have called for violence against an Asian woman who was filmed yelling the N-word on the New York City subway sometime last week.
In a now-viral video on Instagram, the woman, who has blond hair, can be seen standing on the train and spewing racist remarks at a person she refers to as “b-boy,” who is not caught in the frame.
- According to the latest California Study on Violence Experiences across the Lifespan (CalVEX) report, the rates of both physical and sexual violence in California have increased at alarming rates since the beginning of the pandemic.
- More than one in six Californians (18%) have experienced physical or sexual violence in the past year, according to the report.
- Physical violence nearly doubled for men from 2020 to 2022, with men being more likely than women to have dealt with violence.
- It also revealed that more than 1.1 million Californian adults were physically or sexually assaulted by their intimate partner in the past year, with women being more likely than men to have experienced various forms of sexual violence.
- The CalVEX report also noted that socially and economically vulnerable communities experienced more violence than others.
California has seen a significant increase in physical and sexual violence since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the latest California Study on Violence Experiences across the Lifespan (CalVEX) report.
The CalVEX report, which was conducted by scientists at the University of California San Diego School of Medicine, revealed that more than one in six Californians (18%) have experienced physical or sexual violence in the past year.
Japanese director Naomi Kawase’s movie premiere ranks poorly amid allegations of violent behavior on set
- Moviegoers are speculating that allegations of violent behavior from Japanese director Naomi Kawase left a negative impact on the recent screening of her newest film.
- The 53-year-old director’s two-part Olympic documentary, “Official Film of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games Side A,” premiered on Friday.
- The film sat in 13th place on the advanced sales ranking and sold only 2,716 tickets with little fanfare.
- Kawase allegedly kicked an assistant director in the stomach after he touched her to point out an issue with a shot during filming.
- In October 2015, Kawase purportedly punched a male employee to the ground and continued to beat him while other crew members ran away in fear.
Japan’s most known female director, Naomi Kawase, had her latest film premiere on Friday with little fanfare and poor ticket sales amid recent allegations of her violent behavior on set.
After Kawase was accused of violently assaulting crew members, it is speculated that the allegations left a negative impact on the Friday screening of her two-part Olympic documentary film, “Official Film of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games Side A.” In comparison to “Top Gun: Maverick” which ranked No. 1 on the weekend box office ratings in Japan and sold over 60,000 tickets, Kawase’s film sat in 13th place and sold only 2,716 tickets.
- Toronto Police officially identified on Wednesday a dismembered body found inside a garbage bag left near Eastern and Berkshire Avenues on Monday as Tien Ly, 46, the owner of the nail salon Beaute D’Amour.
- According to the police report, Ly was last seen by customers around 5 p.m. on Sunday.
- An employee of the salon said the business was still locked when he arrived for work on Monday and found Ly’s cellphone inside. The woman was reported missing on Tuesday.
- Authorities believe the person responsible for the murder used a collapsing shopping cart to move the remains. Police are now investigating the case as a homicide.
Warning: This article contains descriptions of violence some readers may find disturbing.
Police have identified remains found inside a garbage bag left on a Toronto sidewalk this week as those belonging to a missing woman.
- A married 20-year-old Indian woman was abducted from her home in Karkardooma, New Delhi and then tortured and raped in what authorities described as a “revenge attack.”
- The rape survivor was reportedly blamed for the death of 16-year-old Ayush Nahariya, who died by suicide in November 2021 after the woman reportedly rejected his advances. His family blamed the victim, a mother of a 2-year-old, for Nahariya’s death.
- Male family members allegedly raped the young woman while female members cheered them on. The victim was later paraded outside with a shaved head, a tarred face and a garland of discarded slippers hanging from her neck.
- A total of 12 people, including eight women and three minors, have been arrested so far. Police also filed a complaint against three additional men for sexual harassment, physical assault and criminal intimidation charges on Saturday.
Warning: This article contains graphic descriptions of violence and sexual assault that some readers may find disturbing.
New Delhi police have arrested a total of 12 people, including eight women and three minors, for the beating and parading of a gang-rape survivor in India’s capital last week.
Tennis star Naomi Osaka took to social media to condemn prejudice and violence toward the Asian community in the U.S.
Before beginning her Australian Open campaign on Monday, Osaka went on Twitter to express disgust over the “amount of hate, racism and blame for COVID” that Asians receive.
A 55-year-old-Asian woman was hit in the back of the head and called racial slurs in a coronavirus-related attack earlier this month.
The incident took place on April 4 in Edison, New Jersey, Middlesex County Acting Prosecutor Chris Kuberiet and Edison Police Chief Thomas Bryan said, according to Patch.
Riots have gripped the Indian capital of New Delhi over a law that grants citizenship for illegal immigrants from neighboring Muslim-majority countries — as long as they are not Muslim.
The violence, which coincided with U.S. President Donald Trump’s first state visit, broke out between those in favor and those against the law in the streets northeast of the city. The riots led to the deaths of at least 43 people since Sunday.
In a desperate attempt to flee from her allegedly abusive boyfriend, a woman hid out of the sixth floor of a high-rise condominium in eastern China on May 31.
The woman, who has not been identified, was rescued by the fire department in Huai’an, Jiangsu province.
A male dog passed away after being subjected to mutilation, torture and rape by four unidentified suspects in India.
Succumbing to the injuries he sustained from the criminal acts, the dog, named Courage, died in his sleep on Wednesday, according to animal welfare non-government organization Animals Matter To Me (AMTM).
A shop owner in China was beaten up by thugs after he tried to stop and scolded a kid who was peeing outside his shop.
According to local Chinese media, the incident happened at a convenience store in Pingnan, Guangxi on Thursday.
A Korean American woman was robbed in Garden Grove on Wednesday, prompting her daughter, Henna Cho, to post about the incident on FaceBook in order to find the perpetrators.
“On 5/16/18, my mom got robbed and assaulted in the city of Garden Grove (magnolia and garden grove blvd).