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Many believe the US president's “significant global power and influence” is going to fuel further "racial and sinophobic attacks" around the world.
The K-pop supergroup joined James Corden for "The Late Late Show" bit.
Diana Chan told HuffPost Australia that people should continue dining at Chinese restaurants because "if you were going to catch it, you could catch it anywhere".
"I think I was born to receive an Oscar,” said 10-year-old actor Jung Hyeon-jun in the adorable video.
Louise Hsin-Yuan Peng, who had been nowhere near virus danger-zones, said she received a "xenophobic" message after arriving in the UK.
The eatery has issued an apology after taking the sign down.
Racial remarks, misinformation and fearmongering in workplaces, on public transport, and on social media.
"I was constantly seeing celebrities who were blonde and white on TV screens and magazines so that’s all that I had to look up to."
The Taiwanese-Canadian actor and model was a trailblazer for many.