After refusing to take pictures in a park in Metro Vancouver last week, a woman launched a racist riot against two Asian-Canada women.
Genachon and Tiffanyton were walking near Laphage Lake Park in Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada, as the woman approached the night of April 15.
The woman was reportedly furious and began to make anti-Asian remarks at Chung and Tong.
“You know that this COVID is all thanks to you … you need to go back to China. It’s from your country.” The woman reportedly spoke to Chung.
“Falled to the floor” in her response, Chung picked up her phone and began recording the incident.Inside her video, You can see women doing the same thing.
“We asked her if she could repeat it [on camera]And obviously she didn’t want to. But she made some rude remarks. She said again, “It came from your country.” Chung said.
Born in the Tri-Cities area, Chong reported that she described her encounter as “painful.” Global news.
“Honestly, I didn’t expect it to happen in this community, and I didn’t expect it to happen to myself, but it did.” She said.
Despite the many bystanders in the park, only one woman sitting nearby verbally defended the pair.
“Don’t be a racist. We all bleed the same way.” She said.
Chung was reported to have known that the incident she experienced did not represent “born and raised” or “a beautiful community.” TriCity News..
“I personally haven’t experienced much racism growing up here, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist.” She wrote in her post..
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) in Burnaby said last Friday that anti-Asia hate crimes in the city increased by 350% from 6 to 27 reports between 2019 and 2020.Vancouver authorities 717% increase Within a similar time frame.
“I have two young daughters. I want them to speak up and protect others,” he said. Chung said. “And I really hope that anyone who witnesses … will tell me something like this.”
Featured image via Genachon
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