The United States “Stop Hatred of Asia-Pacific Americans” has received nearly 3,800 reports of incidents of racial discrimination against Asian Americans in the United States for nearly a year.
The anti-discrimination organization issued a report on Tuesday ( that from March 19 last year to February 28 this year, a total of 3,795 incidents of racial discrimination against Asians had been received, including verbal attacks. The most, accounting for 68.1% of the total, followed by deliberate avoidance and personal attacks, accounting for 20.5% and 11.1% respectively.
The report said that women were 2.3 times as often as men. Incidents targeting adolescents aged 17 and below accounted for 12.6%, and incidents targeting elderly people aged 60 and above accounted for 6.2%. The places where most incidents of racial discrimination occurred were commercial facilities, accounting for 35.4%, followed by streets and parks.
The report shows that ethnic Chinese are the most attacked ethnic group, accounting for 42.2% of the total. The second and third places are Korean and Vietnamese, accounting for 14.8% and 8.5% respectively. In the United States, California is the area with the most incidents of racial discrimination against Asians, accounting for 44.56% of the total, followed by New York State, accounting for 13.62% of the total.
The report emphasizes that the discrimination reports against Asian Americans received by the organization are only “a small part of the actual hate incidents”, but they are sufficient to show the vulnerability of Asian Americans in the face of racial discrimination and their Face many types of discrimination.
Zhang Huayao, a professor at San Francisco State University, one of the co-founders of the “Stop Hatred for Asian-Pacific Americans”, pointed out in a statement: “The hatred incidents have not decreased. Legacy.”
Zhang Huayao called on the authorities to take concrete actions to oppose racial discrimination against Asians.