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Tony He Feb 4
Replying to @TonyySays
This is why incidents involving Asians never go viral. People think we’re so docile and timid, and that “nothing ever happens to us”. So if and when they do, they get swept under the rug. People are in so much denial that videos like this make them question authenticity.
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Tony He Feb 4
Replying to @Timetochange999
People don’t usually jump Asians for fun. They might harass us, mock our accents, make a YouTube rant about us, prank call restaurants, bother business owners, etc. but not a full on physical assault. Maybe that’s just me 🤷‍♂️
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ForgetfuIPerson Feb 4
Replying to @TonyySays
Is this where the video starts or is there any more context?
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Tony He Feb 4
Replying to @ForgetfuP
From the original source
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Zoë Ferguson Feb 4
Replying to @TonyySays
My roommate is Chinese and she's feeling pretty nervous. I think wearing a mask is a bad idea because culturally we see it as a sign of illness not a sign of politeness. Her parents really want her to be wearing a mask but after this it's not happening.
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Tony He Feb 4
Replying to @zofer11
When these memes started popping up it was all fun and games, until people started taking them way too seriously.
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harry jones Feb 4
Replying to @TonyySays
Wtf 😳 is wrong with people
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jamin jay Feb 4
Replying to @TonyySays
Just happen to be in the perfect spot to randomly film these two. Definitely staged!
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Tweeterer Feb 4
For more context:
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