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At least 2100 anti-Asian hate incidents have been reported in the United States since March. Asian-American activists say the racism is being fueled in part by political speeches against China in connection with the coronal virus pandemic.
The Los Angeles based Asian Pacific Policy and Planning Council is correlation organizations that support the rights and needs of Asian and Pacific islander Americans.
The organization is gathering reports called Stop AAPI Hate of incidents against Asian-Americans.
It says, most of incidents were cases of hate speech like racial insults.
But it said about eight percent involved physical attacks, including spitting on victims and bans against Asians from businesses.
In one incident in March, an Asian man reported an attack by a group of teenagers on the train in San Francisco, California. He said he got on the train wearing a mask, and the group hit him with their bags and said he had COVID-19.
In April, about an hour North of San Francisco, a Chinese-American family reported an attack on their home. A large rock was thrown at the house breaking through a window. The house had a message of Hope for Good Help and Harmony written in Chinese on front door at the time.
These are firsthand account for individuals are describing * and * experiences, including what is being said to them when they are being attacked, said *. She is co-executive director of Chinese for Affirmative Action, one of the correlation partners.
Asian-Americans have been targeted before during public health crisis, such as the 2003 SARS health crisis. The latest wave of anti-Asian hate comes at the time of increased tensions over the pandemic.
United States president Donald Trump first praised Chinese leader Xi Jinping for how he dealt with the health crisis. But as the virus quickly spread across the US, Trump began to accuse China of delays in reporting news of the outbreak in Wuhan. He also said China has not reported on the severity of COVID-19 and its spread.
Trump also has repeatedly described the new coronal virus as the Chinese virus and Kung flu. Asian-Americans and others say the terms are * have led people to blame them for the disease.
The president denied the terms were racist. In March, the president wrote on Twitter, It is very important that we totally protect our Asian-American community in the United States and all around the world. They are amazing people and the spreading of virus is not their fault. White House officials added that the president used the term merely to note that the virus began in China.
But Asian-American leaders disagreed. Those are terms meant to be humiliating, said *, a member of the Texas house * representatives.
Phil Ting, a state assemblyman (州议员) in California, said those words have led to an increase in anti-Asian behavior and hate crimes.  You see leaders express words that really give license to other people to express those same sentiments (情绪) and also to act on them, Ting said.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation defines a hate crime as a criminal offense driven by bias against the victim's race, religion, disability, sexual orientation, ethnicity (种族), gender or gender identity.
In a recent STOP AAPI HATE report, the * examined possible links between the political speeches and anti-Asian opinion. It found that reports of anti-Asian discrimination increased after Trump repeatedly used the term Chinese virus.
Legal experts say, While most of the 2100 plus incidents recorded by STOP AAPI HATE do not rise to the level of hate crime as defined by law, but more than 100 do.
Brian Levin is the director of the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at the California State University. He says, the sudden increase comes at a time when most American cities are reporting an overall decrease in hate crimes against members of other groups. California, owing to the nation's largest Asian-American population, has been specially *.
In Los Angeles, police recorded ten anti-Asian hate crimes * April 13th, compared to a total of four for all of 2019. That information came from the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism.
New York city recorded two incidents * May 17th, compared with three in 2019.
In addition, there were 20 coronal virus related hate crimes. They included an attack in April, in which a man used acid to severely burn an Asian-American woman.
One of the worst coronal attacks took place in March in midden Texas. A man stabbed an Asian-American man and his two young children at a store in the city.
The suspect reportedly told the police that he acted because he thought the family was Chinese and infecting people with coronal virus.
California State Univesity's Brian Levin said, In the cities where anti-Asian hate crimes increased, they increased significantly to the extent that there was almost as much anti-Asian hate crime as we had for all of last year, or significantly more.
The increasing hate crimes against Asians has not been limited to the US. From Melbourne Australia to Vancouver Canada, Asian-American communities have reported increased discrimination, including physical attacks.
In Vancouver, known as the most Asian city outside Asia, there were 20 anti-Asian hate crimes from January 1st to April 29th, up from 12 for all of last year.
London, another major city with a large Asian population, had 267 anti-Asian attacks, compared with 375 for all of last year.
Writer Helen Zia, a leading Chinese-American civil rights (民权) activist, described the situation as a global pandemic of hate.
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