Joe Biden shakes hands with a young Chinese boy in Yanzikou, a village north of Beijing, while chairman of the US Senate foreign relations committee in 2001. Photo: AFP Joe Biden shakes hands with a young Chinese boy in Yanzikou, a village north of Beijing, while chairman of the US Senate foreign relations committee in 2001. Photo: AFP
Joe Biden shakes hands with a young Chinese boy in Yanzikou, a village north of Beijing, while chairman of the US Senate foreign relations committee in 2001. Photo: AFP

Asian-Americans hope for less racism, a more inclusive society under Joe Biden

  • While Trump’s actions fuelled hatred against Asian-Americans as a whole, Biden is seen ‘trying to improve’ US race relations
  • Even those who don’t agree with the Democrat’s policies are looking forward to having a president who does not actively incite racism and division

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Joe Biden shakes hands with a young Chinese boy in Yanzikou, a village north of Beijing, while chairman of the US Senate foreign relations committee in 2001. Photo: AFP Joe Biden shakes hands with a young Chinese boy in Yanzikou, a village north of Beijing, while chairman of the US Senate foreign relations committee in 2001. Photo: AFP
Joe Biden shakes hands with a young Chinese boy in Yanzikou, a village north of Beijing, while chairman of the US Senate foreign relations committee in 2001. Photo: AFP
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