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Recent anti-Asian attacks include spitting, punching, racial slurs

LOS ANGELES — A recent rash of anti-Asian hate crimes in California is continuing, with more verbal and physical assaults reported in the last week. An Asian American woman was spat on and called racial slurs in her own garage. Another woman was punched and bombarded with racial comments in a park. On a bus in Eagle Rock, an attacker apparently mistook an elderly Latina woman for Asian, ...

LOS ANGELES — A recent rash of anti-Asian hate crimes in California is continuing, with more verbal and physical assaults reported in the last week.

An Asian American woman was spat on and called racial slurs in her own garage. Another woman was punched and bombarded with racial comments in a park.

On a bus in Eagle Rock, an attacker apparently mistook an elderly Latina woman for Asian, calling her an anti-Chinese slur before reportedly pulling her hair and breaking her nose.

Seemingly bothered by the drumbeat of hate, a Korean man in Orange County allegedly kidnapped a woman he thought was white but who

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