563 comments

  1. It does need to be addressed especially asian children ๐Ÿ‘ถ going to school. I hope ๐Ÿคž asian children arenโ€™t facing discrimination

  2. Anti-Asian hate crimes in the West will push Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and others politically closer to China.

  3. Please make an interview about the perspective of Chinese people about the West Philippine Sea dispute, we, Filipinos would like to know if the citizens themselves think the same as their government

  4. There’s no asian hate, just dumb media focusing on race. Again.

    And if you want to know who the race is that is violent, it’s not whxte people. Look at the stats!

  5. My prayers are with the victims in Atlanta and their loved ones. This is yet another senseless act of gun violence fueled by hate and racism. We must act to put a stop to the attacks on the Asian community.

  6. I wouldn’t be surprised if the majority of these anti Asian attacks were either people trying to attack Chinese due to the virus and attacking other asians or just attacking asians because of the virus or racism.

    The real virus is people’s stupidity and bigotry.

  7. Thank you for making a video on this topic. My mother is Korean, and I always worry when she goes out. If our schedules don’t conflict, I’ll go with her everywhere. It’s shocking how people could attack the women and elderly, the most vulnerable of our society. Every single day I read an article about an attack. Thank you for raising awareness about this. I hope everyone stays safe!

  8. Anyone who is mongoloid is not asian, whoever is born in Asia, you’re Asian, no matter what race, their are 48 Asian countries, if people think that a mongoloid automatically makes you Asian, you’re wrong. That’s like calling blacks African Americans, or calling white people europeans.

  9. I am so sorry these things happened in the US. I was treated so well by Koreans when I lived in Seoul and Suwon for about five years.

  10. A lot of far eastern Asians and Asians in general are brought up to be more reserved and hide their true opinions. This is a problem since they can never really be open about their emotions and bullying which is sad. Other races especially Black people do have this voice and go out of their way to make sure they are heard because a lot of them are suffering. If only these racist Americans could actually tell the difference between all Asians, and not assume that they are just simply “Chinese”. There are bad people in every race, you just have to be smart enough to tell them apart.

  11. I know its the media’s fault but they misunderstood the police officer, he was just repeating what the shooter said. He wasn’t using that as an excuse. And he also killed other women that weren’t Asian and they are worth mentioning too. Please everyone do your research and stay safe!

  12. It’s amazing what irrational thinking will do to people. You can’t make sense out of the events happening to u, so someone must be the target. Sadly, another racial group may be targeted at another time. We need to educate folks on emotional intelligence and control. We may be hearing about Hispanics or Native Americans being attacked next. ๐Ÿ˜”

  13. God I pray one day as an Asian who was born and grew up in the UK, that I can move to Asia๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™. I hate it here so much !!!!!!!. I already suffer with anxiety but since the pandemic its become worse because I don’t go out much, I always stay at home because I’m afraid of getting racial slurs shouted at me. Everything the American Asians were talking about happens in the UK too. It’s all happened to me, I feel like it will never end and it’ll just get worse for Asians. The Asian minority is even smaller in the UK than the US, the UK don’t even recognise us as Asian people in equality, diversity or government forms you have the choice of either choosing Chinese or other ethnic group.

  14. This is ridiculous….none of this should be happening. ๐Ÿ™ It’s not their faults and no one should be attacked because of hate and prejudice. To all the people who were fortunate to get out while you still could, I’m glad you’re all safe, and to the ones still in the US….please know that no matter what, you’ll have a friend in me and I wish you all to stay safe until the craziness blows over. I’m so sorry and love you all very much. Please let the hate end. These are wonderful people being hurt for no reason!

  15. There is one Asian saying, treat others as way you wanted to be treated. What I felt during 1year living in US i have witnessed especially many black people being racist against me or other asian kids. Your ignorant actions would make another discrimination against foreigners in asian countries. Be thoughtful please you cannot tell one day you could be the one who would be discriminated against

  16. What’s wrong with having a flat face? Ugh! We’re still human for Pete sake. Total discrimination to Asia community ๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ™…

  17. 100% agree with these people as a non-Asian American. We’ve handled the pandemic horribly! I see anti-maskers all the time and people have gotten so aggressive. My heart goes out to any Asian Americans who had to experience any racist confrontations.

  18. Thanks๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฝ I’m really sad that Asian people are being targeted.
    Like what the hell? How stupid are people?!? What makes it okay to see an elder Asian person and shove them over like what happened a few weeks ago for example? I’ve never seen violence like this๐Ÿ˜”

  19. The left are blaming white people for the hate. lol Did yall know that most of the accident so far are blacks folks doing? Mainstream media dont say anything when I black person is being racist but as soon as a white person does it, all over the news. xD Look up Lauren Chen on youtube, she talked about this issue. Im Asian btw.

  20. Growing up in Brazil i haven’t suffered much discrimination, rather, it was weird people were always like “You asian, you must excel at math and stuff, do my homework”. And damn i suck at studying.

    But now in times of COVID, things became really odd.

    Been hearing things like “You should go back to your country and take your *ducking* disease with you” everywhere, I’m quite a thick skinned guy so i dont really mind and i just ignore the ignorants, but, a friend told me the case of his 91 years old grandma who went home with her tiny eyes all teared up, saying that they bullied her out of the bus, she was going to her gerontologist and wasn’t able to go that day.

    People really are crossing the line of sanity, blaming people and their ethnicities instead of the virus itself. So much wasted energy that could be productive somewhere else in these times of pandemics.

  21. Hi, I am an Asian American. I do have some criticisms towards the handling of the “Asian Lives Matter” and “Black Lives Matter” movement. I think these are great things and we should be addressing social issue that negatively impact minority groups. I do personally think that while we are finally addressing our problems, we are undermining other peoples issues. (Or at least that is how some people may feel) Which could lead to other groups to feel demonized or threatened if they aren’t open minded. Overall, I do think this creates a net positive.

    My biggest criticism is peoples moral compass. I believe in equality and justice for all. During the pandemic, majority of the frontline and essential employees we deem “heroes” are minority groups like African and Asian Americans. A lot of them make low wages. A lot of these minorities would have rather been on unemployment benefits + CARES ACT BONUS. But a lot of them were slaves forced to work for people not truly grateful. If you look online and do research. African American, Asian American, and other minority groups made up majority of the frontline workers.

    But any time these minorities asked for hazard pay (which only 5% or less received). They got demonized for doing so. Everyone tries to justify something fundamentally wrong rather than fix something into being right. So if people really care about these minority groups and push for “Black lives matter” or “Asian Lives Matter” how come when these same people who make up majority of the frontline workers ask for hazard pay people demonize them?

    The movements are mostly made to address the socioeconomic problems within America that these minority groups face right? Well, a lot of these frontline workers would have made more on the Unemployment+CARES ACT bonus. While also having free time to do things like invest in the stock market, go back to school, pick up a skill, work on there mental health, or spend time with there family. But most of these minority groups the media pushes to care about were working harder than ever, receiving pay cuts, not reeving hazard pay, and declining in mental health.

    The CARES ACT BONUS UNEMPLOYMENT as of now is:

    $400 CARES ACT BONUS/ WEEKLY + 50% of wages

    it was previously: $600 CARES ACT BONUS/WEEKLY + 50% of wages.

    Now those on UI receive $10,200 tax break on UI collected. So again, it would have been more financially beneficial, while not risking your life to the virus, while having free time to focus on education or mental health.

    $600 CARES ACT is $15/hr, $400 CARES ACT is $10/hr. This is more than what most minimum wage job workers during the pandemic make which tend to be minority groups. This with the addition of 50% of previous wages. So how exactly is this fair for minority groups that tend to work the frontlines? If people really cared they should be justly compensated.

    Also those on Unemployment now received a tax break up to $10,200 of UI collected. So again, most of these minority groups tend to work these low wage jobs that were essential during the entire pandemic. So how is that fair for minority groups? especially when the government and large corps are so unwilling to pay hazard pay?

    Most of the minorities slaves to capitalism who were forced to work and could not opt in for unemployment benefits would have made substantially more money while having free time to focus on education or self improvement. But again, most of them were forced to work and were ineligible for UI if they quit and risked there lives during the pandemic.

    I think people are well meaning. But I think people need to be addressing this.

  22. as for the Atlanta murders, it is so sad but being a hate crime against Asians is not correct. these 3 places were massage parlors with a sexual side. the murderer as he reported to police was addicted to going to these types of places for sexual contact, and maybe he went to theses places , that has not been determined yet. saying this was a hate crime but not calling the 10 dead in Colorado a hate crime when he was a Syrian born killing 10 white people. seems hate crime is defined as attacking people because of their race, but what if it is for another reason….to me all equally horrible. sad part is today people and groups are using anything to help their cause even if it does not fit.

  23. People need to educate themselves more , to respect others cultures and start to appreciate our differences!!! Like come on!!! THE DOOR SAYS 2021 I INVITE YOU ALL TO COME IN!!! thereโ€™s not more space for hate… saludos Atte. un mexicano ๐Ÿ‡ฒ๐Ÿ‡ฝ

  24. As an American I find it sickening to see the hate and discrimination Asian people are experiencing. It is absolutely uncalled for. Also the fact that black people are trying to silence Asians because they say black people have it worse is an absolute disgrace. Itโ€™s also very sad to learn that the media is withholding some of the acts against the Asian community. Please know not every American thinks Asian people deserve to be hated or targeted.

  25. Throughout history, western countries were the only ones that goes around invading others. We Asians are alway hardworking and minding our own business. western countries are true racist.

  26. I’m so ashamed of the white majority here in the US right now. The alt right has become emboldened by Trump and his army of racists. They are everywhere. I was talking about getting the vaccine just the other day at work and a co-worker said she wasn’t and if she found out I had she’d kick my ass. They march around the work space like a clique, turn on OAN on the breakroom TV and dare anyone to change it. I’ve heard people say they wanted to cut off Biden’s head and when I reported it nothing was done. I’m so sorry that anyone is being hurt. The Asian American community has always treated me and my family with kindness and respect and we them.

  27. The virus is all a news media pandemic fear porn. 99% recovery rate… stop listening to the media. America has no issues with Asian people. Itโ€™s another media hate fear propaganda machine. Wake up people itโ€™s the media…

  28. America was built on racism. America still continues to be a racist country. I am disgusted by the treatment of Asian people, and any people of color. Trump gave a green light for all of them White Nationalists to come out.

  29. Personally.. the school can have discussions on why hate crimes and violence happens. Most of times its easier to target certain groups of people.. but the person doing those actions are doing it cause they themselves are having troubles or wanting to be in trouble or thinks they can get away with it etc. But yes, address the issue and discuss them in public school environment is initial step towards educating ignorance and bullies.

  30. Thanks Asian Boss for addressing this issue, it’s like no one takes racism against Asians seriously, but unfortunately it’s a real issue and growing. People need to be educated about the topic. We’re all humans after all.

  31. The worst problems are the ones that people think aren’t problems at all. After much silence we must be vocal so they realize that there is a problem and that we need a solution!

  32. unfortunately legally proving an crime is a hate crime can be more difficult to prove than just a crime like murder or assault. because it can be harder to prove it might be better to just charge a person with murder or assault where the prosecution has a higher chance of winning and putting them in jail instead of going for an actual hate crime charge and losing and letting them get out.

  33. These attacks are embarrassing as an American. I was dating a philipina nurse who was experiencing Prejudice harassment from patients way back when covid-19 started. It’s really sad.

  34. Was the Atlanta shooting racially motivated? 2 of the victims were white and the killer himself said it was not a racial attack, but an attack on sex workers.

  35. I’m Asian/Filipino/American Citizen and I’m a food server In the US. I often get stares and glares from American customers cause I am Asian. Yes I do get the go back to where I am come from from time to time from a lot of Ignorant people.

    My point Is this Is nothing new Asian has been discriminated here In the US for a long time even before Covid-19. Covid-19 just made it worse. Much like of what happened to the Arab Americans being labled as a terrorists because of 9/11.

  36. Why are y’all so eager to say “It’s wasn’t a hate crime he was just a sex addict with mental problems” why are you defending anyone other than the victims? Can’t you see that this whole thing is bigger than this specific incident?? It’s about the elder that was pushed and cracked his head, it’s about the old lady that had to defend herself with a wood board after being attacked, it’s about the people that had rocks thrown at their heada just because they were taking a walk. Stop denying that the problem exists!

  37. All the victims are small build and/or seniors. Cowards. It also doesn’t help that it was revealed recently that Asian American women salaries have caught up to white men and the overall average income of Asian American households have slipped into the top spot.

  38. COVID wasnโ€™t a Asian thing OK? It even didnโ€™t start in Asia among the most recent research. Your guys just following the Trumpโ€™s guiding. All of those just a by-product of the ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ VS ๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡ณ ,not that complicated.

  39. I was surprised to hear the older guy say that he felt someone asking what his ethnicity was, was a microaggression. It doesn’t really bother me when someone asks me what my ethnicity is. But I guess it depends on how they say it. Example he gave (no but where are you from) did sound really immature.

  40. Asians buy guns. Never allow racists to threat your life. Asians are not submissive Asians in history were warriors. Claim your powerful title and defend and fight back and fight hard.

  41. Has it been confirmed that the spa shootings in Atlanta were hate-motivated? I thought the main direction the evidence was pointing, was that there were undertones of sexual attraction as a motivation (which is disturbingly common among serial killers). Is there new information I’m missing?

    (Note: I’m not denying that hate crimes happen, in general. My question is about a specific incident, which was being discussed near the beginning of the video.)

  42. Iโ€™m not Asian and I hope I donโ€™t offend anyone but I am a POC and there is absolutely no excuse for murdering innocent people. The pandemic has hit a lot of people in many ways but blaming Asians is just an excuse for the privileged to justify their own racist ideals and actions. It really angers me. I really hope harsh actions can be taken by leaders, government, etc because these things have to stop. Immigrants make America the great country that it is and it hurts me that we are treated this way. Itโ€™s like they jump from a group of people to another group of people to blame them for one thing or another. Itโ€™s disgusting.

  43. Blaming others is easy. Being ignorant is also easy and finding like minded people will allow racism to flourish. Trump made what was was bad, worse. Every Asian in US should have seen this coming. Remember what he said about the Mexicans or muslims and the hate they got. This virus is worldwide so this makes the hatred towards Asians around the world even worse. Very unsettling.

  44. Welcome to the routine life of most people from minorities especially the African-Americans. We should learn from this event that we should always get up and say no to hate and racism and not saying” oh it doesn’t concern me”. For years, they were targeting Blacks, and now they turned to Asian. It is disgusting but we should learn to say NO to INJUSTICE regardless of who.

  45. obviously China and Dictator Xi ‘s fault with their lab grown chinese virus๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿค”๐Ÿค”๐Ÿค”๐Ÿ’‰๐Ÿ’‰๐Ÿ’‰๐Ÿ’‰๐Ÿ’‰๐Ÿ’‰

    we only have 2 options : launch nuclear strike at China, 500 hydrogen bomb and wipe China off this planet like our great leader Donald trump said…

    options 2 : ask China pack it up and move to other planets, China has ruined billions of human life included their own, it’s time for them to leave ,once for all.๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ

  46. I’m honestly shocked that these people actually moved out of US due to the pandemic. It’s not like they “go back” to Korea; I mean they grew up in the US! It’s a huge decision – leave jobs, leave friends, and what if you have have kids…

  47. I live in San jose California and I never felt racism toward me. But I always loud and speak my mind and never back down. That why I have bat in my car and a pepper spray on with me. I warn my mom about be more careful and watch her surroundings.

  48. Thankyou Asian boss for a nice content .I have request can you please do a interview of farmers protest in Indian.Even I live in India but idk the clear situation what’s going on. Mainstream media is not giving us clear information . One of the news reporter left his job because mainstream media isn’t allowing to show them real situation.i really hope you’ll cover this topjc

  49. I keep watching whatโ€™s going on in the background. Not one person without a mask. What a great feeling of people actually following the rules. Warms my heart.

  50. The logic behind blaming innocent asian american citizens for covid while cowardly targeting elders is still beyond human understanding to me.. But the saddest part is realizing the fact that some individuals from another minority are feeding this hatred through their selfish actions which not only gives a bad reputation to their own community since there is no accountability but it only confirms the uselessness of this ‘performative wokeness’ bs on social media. If you’re really about allyship then call out your own and let’s defend each others especially the most vulnerable citizens. Don’t remain indifferent seriously. I personally believe this should even be our duty as human beings? If our generation is not able to do the right thing rn then idk how we could ever coexist on the long-term

  51. At some point i totally don agree with that.
    Especially, about the women claiming donald trump who insisted china virus is from china. Why did she blame the messenger who has to ensure about wuhan virus

  52. We are hearing about Asian hate crimes in America. But what about all the other countries like in Europe, UK, Australia, Brazil, Mexico. etc. Have hate crimes gone up in those countries too? They are a lot of Asian living in those countries. We are hearing about it in the National news.

  53. This is a great video and of course I agree that we should do everything we can to stop anti-asian hate crimes, but the shooting you talk about in the intro had nothing to do with asians, the guy was against sex work.

  54. Everybody needs to stop watching all main stream media in US because they are deceiving you AND using you. They are emotionally manipulating everyone they can and have been doing this for decades. The real nazis are in the democrat party.

  55. The interning of Japanese-Americans along the West Cost only lasted three years… those camps were closed and the US Military was integrated in 1948 largely due to the heroism of the 100th Infantry Battalion/442nd Infantry Regimental Combat Team…. it was a scar and a disgrace but not a long term policy that was addressed through Reaganโ€™s reparations bill… these were given to the internees and to their first generation descendants!! Not a 10th generation descendant of a slave… big difference

  56. I always think there are so many more ways to make ppl aware of what is happening currently in America. I don’t think the media is doing enough actually bc my algorithm hasn’t been affected as heavily by this movement as others tbh (just a a small ex. that I think clarifies coverage). I feel so sorry and hurt for my fellow poc AAPI community bc this type of pain isn’t something a group should have to go through to understand the depth of discrimination. @12:45 I understand him wanting to use his words and question but as he said “words hurt” which is exactly why racists say those things to minorities. They aren’t going to feel compassion or reflect over their racist views bc one said that it rlly hurt their feelings. I think it has to be more impactful which is why the pal movement and anti-asian hate agenda should be plastered and prominent in ppl’s minds.

  57. Iโ€™m not Asian Iโ€™m also not gonna allow them to be harmed or chastised in front of me either Iโ€™m just one person but Iโ€™ll do what I can love from new York

  58. Being treated differently because of your race is Not Ok these types of hate crimes must come to an end in america, but racial discrimination must also be stopped in Korea as well [most of their elderly generation despise and discriminate against any race/ person who has dark/ brown skin. These situations clearly have to be discussed, so that we can come up with constructive solutions.

  59. I think America is very far ahead in technology, but very behind in racial issues, but at least open minded people are demanding change ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿป๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿฟ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿฟ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿพ

  60. Woke up asian Americans go back serve your true home country China Korea Japan; American is not your welcoming home. You are safer in Asia. More money too !

  61. me and all my asian friends feel safe as hell.. the dems are done with the blacks. they dont need them anymore because the election is over so now theyre focusing on asians…

  62. As an Asian American I can sadly say that I’ve experienced a significant amount of racism even before the pandemic. In high school, even though 40% of the students were Asian American in there, there were groups of students running around accusing people of being “dirty Asiana” that are pests, spread disease and basically steal jobs, money, and everything that they thought they were owed. I’ve been discriminated in finding internships and jobs – one email stating my rejection to an internship said that they “hired too many Asians” and that they rejected me because of my ethnicity. It’s always lurked in the shadows as microaggressions (examples are at 8:13) and it’s just been getting done in more open actions in public.

    I was walking in an airport to fly back to university in January and I had a person walking around berating anyone that looked Asian and asking “if they carried COVID like rats carry disease”. No one did anything – I tried to reach out to police officers in the airport but they just talked to him for a second and he went back to berating people WHILE THEY WATCHED. It’s like we are treated lesser than white people but just slightly tolerated and paid more than other minorities, and just used as a scapegoat for everything and anything in this pandemic. Just a convenient person to assign work to do to claim credit when things go right and an even easier person to blame when things go wrong – after all, it’s not the first time the US blamed Asian Americans and Asians for something. The most recent time was a short 20-30 years ago, with events like the LA riots.

  63. That’s kind of sucky, that Asians are ever treated bad, but especially during the pandemic because some ignorant morons think it’s somehow their fault. But I wonder how much of it is just standard stuff that happens to pretty much any minority or ethnicity. No one’s talking about the fact that the majority of violence against Asians has been by another minority that originated in Africa. That other minority has been preying on Asians for decades. When some Southeast Asians settled in St. Louis back when I was in college there, they were initially placed in a ghetto kind of neighborhood and there was a lot of violence and crime, and they basically had to get out of there. Whte people don’t particularly prey on Asians though some might make ignorant comments like “where are you from” assuming since you’re Asian looking, you must have been born over there, but ignorance isn’t quite the same thing as malicious acts of hate. When I graduated college, both of my Chinese teachers (I was a China major) Dr. Yang and Ms. Liu congratulated me in front of my family, two older professors originally from China who were completely unrelated, and my moron sister said “Are y’all related?” What an idiot. Anyway this incident in Atlanta was clearly not an anti-Asian hate crime even though tragically several Asian women were killed, but three other non-Asians were killed and no one has reached out to their families or basically even recognized that they too experienced tragedy, because a certain political class is so desperate to warp this despicable act by a lunatic into an anti-Asian hate crime. It WASN’T, get over it. Yes, there’s violence against Asians, and hate crime against Asians, but there’s also just crime and no one likes to talk about crime because it doesn’t fit the narrative. There’s a dozen shootings _every weekend in Chicago_ that no one hardly even mentions in polite conversation, because number one it’s a Democrat town with a blck female mayor and Obama came from there and it’s just embarrassing. That shooting in Boulder initially was blamed on a whte suprmacst, and there were these vicious tweets about how “it could only be a whte male” and then it turned out to be this Syrian immigrant so they had to take their tweets down, and one or two of them got fired from their newspaper jobs. I guess there’s a bit of justice in the world. Just trying to say, you’d think there’s a jihad on Asians suddenly and actually there just isn’t, or at least I hope there isn’t and have seen no sign that there is. There’s way more attacks on Jws by the way, mostly by blks once again. Probably the most violent sector of American society is blks, a small number of whom are responsible for >50% of all homicides, but it’s politically incorrect to speak of it. And by the way, when I lived in Taiwan as a whte dude, I was treated terribly at times, threatened with violence, insulted, spat at — yes you can think the Asian countries are so civilized, but they weren’t particularly nice to a skinny nerdy guy with glasses where I was; some people were friendly and others weren’t. On balance, they were more civilized than here, I’ll give them that. But it opened my eyes to the fact that there’s prejudice _everywhere,_ not just here.

  64. One thing I wanna add on this topic: it kind of annoys me when I see people in media frame the anti-Asian hate crime as a white supremacist issue. As an Asian American, Iโ€™ve experienced alot of racism from not just white people, but also from alot of black people, especially when I lived in the Bay area. In fact I would say that with black people it might be worse because the confrontations are oftentimes more physical, and mind you Iโ€™m a relatively big guy at 6โ€™2 195lb, so I can only imagine what itโ€™s like when youโ€™re a frail old person.

  65. So it seems a lot of Asians are running and fleeing America for the time being until the pandemic is over.

    I wonder if those people will end up staying in Asia or if they will go back to America.

  66. some of the koreans are happy this is happening in america. but the blame all goes to the chinese. and we all know, koreans hates chinese, japanese and north-koreans. the grudge is as deep as the earth.

  67. Yet, there are white people who tell us to stop spreading false news to divide everyone. They have the privilege to live in a fairytale. I’m so disgusted by US and have been looking into moving to Korea.

  68. This is a good interview but I feel as through this is only a partial interview some Subjects adjacent the theme of the video would have made a complete