A child attends an AAPI Rally Against Hate in New York on March 21. Photo: Bloomberg
A child attends an AAPI Rally Against Hate in New York on March 21. Photo: Bloomberg
Amy Wu
Opinion

Opinion

Amy Wu

As racism and hate crime surges, being an Asian-American woman is like living in a bell jar

  • Daily life is now viewed through the lens of race and ethnicity, where any possible discrimination, bias or ignorance comes under intense scrutiny
  • But out of the negativity has come a greater emphasis on diversity and inclusion by corporate America and public and private organisations

A child attends an AAPI Rally Against Hate in New York on March 21. Photo: Bloomberg
A child attends an AAPI Rally Against Hate in New York on March 21. Photo: Bloomberg
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