An Asian man riding the subway in Midtown was singled out by a stranger who blamed him for coronavirus and tried to drag him off the train early Sunday, officials … Read more
Restaurants may start to implement reservations for bar seating, ask diners to voluntarily report health data before dinner via smartphones, and more
The New York State Nurses Association created a Memorial webpage honoring the member nurses who had died from the coronavirus. Of the 22 listed, nine of them are Asian Americans.
“This is what I train for,” he said. “As afraid as I am going to work, I realize that courage can’t exist in the absence of fear.”
Throughout the day, grocer Patrick Mock hands out masks, from both his own stash or through donations facilitated by his local state assembly member Yuh-Line Niou, to homeless people who … Read more
With close ties to China, many platforms targeting New York’s population of international students and workers started buying protective gear early — anticipating weeks of trouble
Congresswoman Grace Meng on April 28 introduced a bill that would require all federal government agencies to translate written COVID-19-related materials to be into multiple languages for the public.
This year instead of our traditional POWER lists, we have decided to recognize heroes in each region. To begin, we are looking at Long Island, Westchester, Upstate NY, and the … Read more
The Queens incident comes amid a rise in anti-Asian discrimination related to the spread of COVID-19.