A woman who went viral for harassing two Asian dog owners in New York City was reportedly identified after hurling slurs at a third Asian person last week.
What happened: The woman, notoriously known as “Leash Karen,” was filmed harassing an Asian person for the third time on Friday. She went viral earlier this month after complaining about unleashed dogs and subsequently being racist towards their owners.
As Asian Americans continue to grapple with increasing hate during the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, a Filipino teen’s message from the mid-1950s makes a crucial reminder of the problem of prejudice.
“How in the world could you have liberty and justice for all?” asked 15-year-old Raul Contreras, challenging the truth in America’s pledge of allegiance.
A real estate agent from the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles was fired recently after a video of him hurling racist comments at an Asian woman surfaced online.
What happened: On Wednesday, a social media user who goes by “Em” shared the video in a now-deleted tweet.
A toddler in China has gone viral after he accidentally shamed a driver for littering by giving back the trash.
The 1-year-old boy, Sun Jiarui, who lives in Jining, Shandong province, China was walking with his mother in their apartment complex on Monday, according to his mother Jing Lulu via Daily Mail.
A 4-year-old girl named Gabby has captured the hearts of thousands of viewers after a video of her expressing her love for her adoptive parents went viral on social media.
The incredibly adorable and pure moment was captured on camera by her adoptive mother who listened as Gabby recalled the moment she first met her soon-to-be parents.
A Hong Kong protester was recently captured on video neutralizing a tear gas canister with his thermos. The clip, which has become widespread across social media platforms, has baffled the internet.
Since tear gas is known the world over as one of the most dreaded weapons in crowd control, the idea of simply defusing it as shown in the video has captured the imagination of many.
A viral video showing a heartbreaking goodbye between a young girl and her family’s maid is giving a lot of netizens the feels.
The clip, which was uploaded to Facebook and has now more than 891,000 views, shows the family sending their maid off at the airport. According to World of Buzz, the maid apparently had to go back to her hometown, though it wasn’t revealed where or why she had to go. The little girl was is heard sobbing because her kakak is leaving, a term of endearment in Indonesia that can mean older sister.
A video of an Asian woman being physically assaulted by her husband on their wedding day has gone viral on Twitter, sparking a widespread debate on sex trafficking and domestic violence issues surrounding Asian women — particularly in Southeast Asia.
The video shows an Asian woman wearing a wedding dress feeding a man, which many Twitter users believe to be her groom, a piece of their wedding cake. When she playfully moves the dessert away from her husband’s mouth, he retaliates by slapping her across the face, making her fall backwards.
A Filipino guitarist from Calamba, a city in Laguna, is gaining fame online for his cover of Queen’s masterpiece “Bohemian Rhapsody” involving chopsticks and some video editing.
Ralph Jay Triumfo, a musician from the Philippines, posted a video on his YouTube channel over the weekend where he played “Bohemian Rhapsody” using a unique style of music composition. And eating utensils.
A Japanese teacher recently made the news after punching a high school boy in the face; when the incident became viral on social media, however, many netizens gravitated to his side.
The incident involved a teacher who was engaged in a heated argument with a 16-year-old student in the hallway of Metropolitan Machida Sogo High School in Tokyo on January 15.
Asian food doesn’t really take much of an effort to appreciate and enjoy, but somehow, there are still some non-Asians who might need some lessons, especially on how to dine as we do.
Take the case, for example, of this group of diners who ordered a Chinese full-course meal.