CARI
KATEGORI
KATEGORI
Home / FORUM / All / News / ... / Berita Luar Negeri /
Sentimen Ras Keturunan Tionghoa Mulai Muncul Gara-gara Virus Corona
KASKUS
51
244
https://www.kaskus.co.id/thread/5e3488cf09b5ca039022b913/sentimen-ras-keturunan-tionghoa-mulai-muncul-gara-gara-virus-corona

Sentimen Ras Keturunan Tionghoa Mulai Muncul Gara-gara Virus Corona

Sentimen Ras Keturunan Tionghoa Mulai Muncul Gara-gara Virus Corona

Warga keturunan Tionghoa di Prancis dan Kanada mengatakan mereka mengalami perlakuan rasis di tengah merebaknya wabah virus Corona.

Di Prancis mereka menggunakan tagar JeNeSuisPasUnVirus (saya bukan virus) di media sosial, sedangkan di Kanada, muncul serangan daring terhadap restoran China di sana.

Saat ini, di China telah terjadi 6.000 kasus infeksi virus Corona dan 132 orang meninggal.

Di Prancis, empat kasus sudah dipastikan, sedangkan di Kanada ada tiga kasus.

Sentimen rasis terhadap warga keturunan Tionghoa sudah dilaporkan terjadi di beberapa negara, termasuk Prancis dan Kanada.

"Saya orang China dan saya bukan virus!"

Surat kabar ini bergegas minta maaf, menyatakan mereka tak bermaksud menggunakan "stereotip buruk Asia".

Stéphane Nivet, kepada Licra (Liga internasional anti rasisme dan anti-semitisme), mengatakan tak akan ada surat kabar berani memakai judul berita "Waspada Hitam" menandakan memang ada masalah rasisme di situ.

Seiring menyebarnya tagar, seorang perempuan di kota Colmar, Cathy Tran, menyatakan ketika ia berangkat kerja ia sempat mendengar dua pria mengatakan, "Awas. Ada perempuan China ke arah kita."

"Ketika sedang pulang kerja, seorang pria naik skuter melewati saya sambil berseru agar saya memakai masker," kata Cathy kepada BBC.

Lou Chengwang juga bercuit di Twitter: "Saya orang China dan saya bukan virus! Saya tahu kita semua takut pada virus, tapi mohon jangan pelihara prasangka buruk."

Prancis berencana untuk mengirim pesawat ke Wuhan hari Kamis (30/01) untuk mengevakuasi sekitar 250 orang, termasuk warga Uni Eropa non-Prancis.

Kasus keempat di Prancis disebut-sebut menimpa seorang turis China usia lanjut yang sedang berlibur di Paris.

Sentimen ini diarahkan tidak hanya kepada orang China.


Shana Cheng, warga Paris keturunan campuran Vietnam-Kamboja, mengatakan kepada BBC ia juga dipermalukan oleh penumpang bus hari Minggu (26/01).

"Ada perempuan China! Dia bakal menulari kita. Dia harus pergi," Shana mendengar seorang penumpang berkata begitu. Menurut Shana, orang-orang memandangnya "dengan muka jijik, seakan-akan ia virus".

Shana bilang tak ada penumpang bus yang membelanya. Maka ia memutuskan untuk mengabaikan saja komentar itu sambil mendengar musik.

Shana mengaku ia malah sengaja pura-pura batuk dan mendengus "untuk sengaja mempermainkan" orang-orang di bus, katanya.

Cathy Tran mengatakan ia tak kaget akan reaksi orang-orang, dan virus corona jadi alasan orang bersikap rasis.

Bedaya, menurut Cathy, ia belum pernah mengalami derajat rasisme seperti sekarang ini.

"Jarang kami mendengar orang-orang Asia di Prancis bicara soal rasisme, karena kami biasa mengalami ini sambil berdiam diri. Namun kini kami merasa bersama, dan ini sudah kelewatan," katanya.


Kanada

Sementara itu di Kanada, beberapa media melaporkan adanya sentimen rasisme terhadap warga China di sana, terutama di Kota Toronto.

Pengguna Twitter asal Toronto, Terry Chu, dan beberapa ibu lainnya khawatir akan "gelombang rasisme yang tak terhindarkan" seiring menyebarnya virus Corona.

Saat ini sudah ada tiga kasus virus Corona yang dipastikan di Kanada, dan ketiganya berasal dari China.

Namun komunitas China di sana sudah menjadi sasaran rasisme.

Di York, pinggiran kota Toronto, sejumlah orang tua siswa mengedarkan dan menandatangani petisi daring yang meminta siswa yang baru kembali dari China dalam 17 hari terakhir, dilarang masuk ke sekolah.

Hari Senin (27/01) pihak sekolah mengeluarkan surat mengutuk petisi tersebut di tengah kekhawatiran para siswa akan diincar di sekolah karena etnis mereka.

Sentimen rasis terhadap orang China pernah terjadi di Kanada seiring wabah SARS pada tahun 2003 lalu.

Saat panik terjadi akibat wabah tersebut, banyak bisnis orang China di Kanada mengalami kemerosotan penghasilan.

Kota Toronto sendiri mengalami kerugian yang diperhitungkan sebesar 1 miliar dolar Kanada akibat penduduk dan turis menghindari kota ini,terutama di bagian yang banyak dihuni oleh toko-toko dan bisnis orang China.



haiyaaa ciilaaka wuuthuutt waaa

Bener khan gw bilang gara2 SICKmen of Asia OBNOXIOUS nanti semuwa oowlang Etnis Asia Timur bakalan ketiban pulung terutama Huaqiao waaa!!!!

Gara2 SUB-human yg Jorok Memuakan,Citra Etnis Asia Timur yg susah payah dibangun oleh Cindo,HK,Japano-san,Korsel,Singaporno,Taiwan etc jd rusak lagi waaa!!!! emoticon-Frown

Temen2 ane Cina dr M'siyal,S'pore dan Thailand udeh kena getah nyeee waaa!!!! emoticon-Mad (S):
profile-picture
profile-picture
profile-picture
reita96 dan 2 lainnya memberi reputasi
-jadi bs merasakan korban stereotype smua muke tampilan timteng yg bawa tas ransel di sangka teroris..

-jd bs merasakan stereotype smua muslim adalah radikal...


ga enakk kann....????

bgitulahh naluri manusia...

emoticon-Ngakak
menyerah sajalah cina

jepang saja menyerah setelah dibom hirosima nagasaki

*konspirasi mode on:
Lihat 1 balasan
Balasan post neptunium
Quote:


menyerah apaan? permainan baru mulai emoticon-Big Grin
bunuh emoticon-fuck
Udeh china, sekalian aja buat rusuh di dunia ini klo memang gak bisa kendalikan ntu virus.

Pencet tombol nuklir mungkin bisa jafi salah satu option 😆😆
Semoga cinak berhenti makan apapun yg bergerak, jgn semua binatang dimakan.
‘No Chinese allowed’: Racism and fear are now spreading along with the coronavirus


‘This week, my ethnicity has made me feel like I was part of a threatening and diseased mass,’ Sam Phan, a master’s student at the University of Manchester, said this week


Sentimen Ras Keturunan Tionghoa Mulai Muncul Gara-gara Virus Corona
A man stands in a nearly empty street during the Chinese New Year holiday this week in Beijing, China.

As Chinese health officials and citizens struggle to contain the coronavirus,people in countries including South Korea, Malaysia, the U.K. and Canada are reporting the spread of anti-Chinese racism, attacking the country’s cultural mores and businesses with signs saying, “No Chinese.”

The highly contagious, pneumonia-causing illness that infects the respiratory tract is now responsible for 213 deaths in China and 9,692 infections, up from 1,975 last Saturday, according to the National Health Commission of China.

According to figures provided by WHO on Thursday,there are 98 confirmed cases in 18 countries, including eight person-to-person transmissions in Germany, Japan, Vietnam, and the U.S. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday that there are 241 people under investigation, 114 of which have tested negative for the coronavirus.

Wuhan mayor Zhou Xianwang said 5 million people had left the city before travel restrictions were imposed emoticon-Ngakak (S) emoticon-Takut (S) ahead of the Chinese New Year. Ma Xiaowei, the director of China’s National Health Commission, said that the virus had an incubation period of 10 to 14 days.

The focus on Wuhan, the Central Chinese city where the virus is believed to have been first diagnosed in December, and rumors about whether it began in a food market there, have led to reports of racism against Chinese people and the sharing of xenophobic memes online.

Sam Phan, a master’s student at the University of Manchester, wrote in the Guardian: “This week, my ethnicity has made me feel like I was part of a threatening and diseased mass. To see me as someone who carries the virus just because of my race is, well, just racist.”

“As an east Asian I can’t help but feel more and more uncomfortable,” added Phan, a British citizen. “On the bus to work last week, as I sat down, the man next to me immediately scrambled to gather his stuff and stood up to avoid sitting next to me.”

Sentimen Ras Keturunan Tionghoa Mulai Muncul Gara-gara Virus Corona


After five people were arrested in Malaysia for spreading fake news about the virus online, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said, “The government will take action on those spreading fake news to instill fear among Malaysians and incite hatred among the races.”

“Even though we believe in freedom of press, that does not mean the press should agitate people and cause people to be antagonistic towards each other,” he said, according to the South China Morning Post. “We will take action against those people.”

Photos of store and restaurant windows in South Korea and Japan shared on Twitter TWTR, -2.23% reportedly have signs that say “No Chinese allowed.” Social-media users report that similar fear and misinformation spread during the SARS epidemic in 2002 and 2003.

A video of Chinese vlogger Wang Mengyun eating bat soup went viral along with thousands of comments — and, according to Mengyun, hate mail. But the video was recorded three years earlier in Palau, Micronesia, a Pacific island nation, not in China.

On Twitter, Canadian-based journalist Andrew Kurjata wrote, “Perhaps revealing some naiveté, I’m surprised at the level of vitriol towards Chinese people I’m seeing in the comments sections of stories about the Wuhan coronavirus. And I mean towards the people, not the government.”


An online petition signed by parents in one school district in Ontario, Canada, asked the school board to request parents whose children or whose families have recently returned from China “to stay at home and keep isolated for a minimum of 17 days for the purpose of self-quarantine.”

China has taken major steps to help prevent the spread of the virus. Officials in Wuhan, a city of 11 million residents that is widely regarded as the epicenter of the illness, last week closed the area’s outgoing airport and railway stations and suspended all public transport.

Chinese officials have since expanded that travel ban to 16 surrounding cities with a combined population of more than 50 million people, including Huanggang, a neighboring city to Wuhan with 7.5 million people, effectively putting those cities on lockdown.

The city’s marathon, scheduled for Feb. 9 and typically attracts 70,000 participants, was canceled. Most of the coronavirus fatalities were older patients, although a 36-year-old Hubei man died earlier this week, the Associated Press reported. Several major theme parks have also been shuttered.

Phan, writing in the Guardian, appealed for compassion over fear. “It’s important it is to see us in all our diversity, as individual human beings, and to challenge stereotypes. The coronavirus is a human tragedy, so let’s not allow fear to breed hatred, intolerance and racism,” he wrote.



haiyaaa ciilaaka luuwa weelas waaa

Ane udeh bilang SICKmen of Asia,sumber malapetaka waaa!!??

Sungguh IRONIS oowlang Asia waaa!!!!

Mereka gak bisee ngaca liyaat diri sendiri,mereka sendiri termasuk katagori paling Rasis dan paling Cepat Menghakimin sekarang Play Victim waaa!!??emoticon-Frown

Dimana salah nyeee Self Preservation haaa????

Dimanee salah nyeee klo org menghindari Etnis Asia Timur gara2 SICKmen of Asia SUB-human yg merusak Citra org Asia haaa????

Apakah org Cina sendiri gak Rasis????

Sekarang klo naek kapal terbang ato adee org dgn Aksen Wuhan mereka usir/tolak atawa menghindar!!??

Ane sendiri sekarang klo adee mukee SICkmen of Asia,ane menghindar jauh2 waaa!!!! emoticon-Ngakak (S)

Klo ane pemerintah negara2 Bule,semuwa org Cina yg baru balik mudik dr Cina,ane gak bakalan kasih masuk suruh tunggu 6 bulan lihat bagaimana perkembangan selanjut nyeee waaa!!!!

Coronavirus has sparked racist attacks on Asians in Australia — including me

Sentimen Ras Keturunan Tionghoa Mulai Muncul Gara-gara Virus Corona
Iris Zhao overheard a woman saying that Asians should "stay home" and "stop spreading the virus".


I was standing in a supermarket aisle and moving my shopping trolley to make room for a middle-aged woman to pass when I overheard it: "Asians … stay home …stop spreading the virus."

I stopped and looked at the woman. Her face was serious, her eyes stared blankly at the floor in front of her as if she was just thinking aloud.

I didn't confront her. Her voice lowered when she knew I was watching her, but the muttering continued as she walked away.

With 10,000 confirmed cases of coronavirus and more than 200 deaths, as of Friday, it's no wonder many people feel anxious about the spread of the disease and the risk of infection.

But if that isn't enough, a new problem is emerging: more and more people are reporting racist comments and abuse from those who believe that because the virus originated in China anyone with an Asian-looking face is likely to spread the disease.

Before this experience, racism was something I knew existed but had only experienced via other people's stories.

But I am not alone

Gold Coast surgeon Rhea Liang tweeted on Thursday that one of her patients joked about not shaking her hand because of coronavirus.

Dr Liang didn't find it funny at all. Instead she felt offended by racism.

"I have not left Australia. This is not sensible public health precautions," she wrote.

Several Chinese-Australian friends shared their own experiences when I brought up my supermarket encounter.

One recounted how a waiter had dumped change at his table before turning and quickly walking away, after my friend paid cash for a meal at a Melbourne restaurant.


Another, who wore a mask as a precaution at a shopping mall on Friday, had three teenagers tell her: "See you! Go and catch coronavirus".

None of these three people have been to China recently, nor have had contact with anyone confirmed or suspected of having coronavirus.

Vitriol leaves its mark

Sydney man SK Zhang, who has lived in Australia for the past 20 years, said since news of the epidemic broke, he has been getting stares on public transport and is increasingly worried about how the online vitriol will affect Chinese-Australian children.

"It's been a tough week … we are very fearful [of the virus] … but at the same time we are also being targeted with racism and a lot of unwanted attention," he said.

"The way I would put it is right after 9/11, people looked at every Muslim as if they were terrorists, and that's how people are looking at us."


Sentimen Ras Keturunan Tionghoa Mulai Muncul Gara-gara Virus Corona
SK Zhang feels unwelcome stares on public transport.


He said he wears a face mask for his own protection and could sense tension when he stepped on the bus or train.

"Nobody has verbally abused me or anything, but I can feel the unwelcome stares coming from these people," he said.

"People are looking at us and thinking 'he's a virus carrier.'"


Geelong teacher Andrew Branchflower, who recently returned from China with his family, said he was concerned about the online vitriol.


"My wife is Chinese. My kids take after mum.The speed at which the Yellow peril rhetoric has ratcheted up has made me alarmed and angry," he wrote on Twitter.

Speaking to the ABC, he said he was troubled by the misconceptions and sentiments about "closing our borders" circulating online, worrying it could lead to a "slippery slope" and restricting freedoms.

He said it was confronting to think of his children, aged four and one, facing the online prejudice.

"They're very fortunate to have members of the Asian Australian community calling out this rhetoric."


Sentimen Ras Keturunan Tionghoa Mulai Muncul Gara-gara Virus Corona
Andrew Branchflower says prejudiced responses to the coronavirus reflect "Yellow peril" rhetoric.

And some are taking action

On January 29, some in the Chinese community in Australia began an online campaign to protest what they see as "inappropriate" labelling of the coronavirus as a "Chinese" disease by two newspapers, The Herald Sun and The Daily Telegraph.

The Herald Sun published a headline that referred to the "Chinese Virus Pandamonium", while The Daily Telegraph highlighted "China kids stay home" in their headlines.

Campaigners fear headlines like these will make Chinese-Australians a target for discrimination.

And more than 50,000 people agree with them, with the change.org petition receiving huge interest and calls for an apology.

"No one called the Ebola virus a Congo Virus! No one called BSE [bovine spongiform encephalopathy, or mad cow disease] as European Virus or French or American Virus! Please, show some respect and humanity!" wrote Anna Ou on the site.

Meanwhile, examples of insensitive media coverage are not limited to Australia.

According to The New York Times, French newspaper Le Courrier Picard has apologised after being criticised for its headline "Yellow Alert".

The Danish daily Jyllands-Posten has also faced controversy after publishing a "coronavirus-themed" cartoon which replaced the stars on Chinese national flag with icons of the virus.

The newspaper refused to apologise and argued the cartoon was not offensive to China.



haiyaaa ciilaaka wuuthuutt waaa

Gara2 SICKmen of Asia SUB-human from Land of SICK and RETARD semuwa Etnis Asia Timur terutama Huaren jd ketiban pulung waaa!!!! emoticon-Mad (S)

Moga2 Pemerintah negara gw bisa kejam,larang semuwa SICKmen of Asia yg blom WN gak boleh masuk balik sampai masalah selesai waaa!!!!

Paling bagus magh total ban,Sampah klo dikumpulin dlm jumlah besar jd Sumber Penyakit waaa!!!!

Klo dlm jumlah kecil baru berguna,krn jd Pupuk a.k.a,berguna punya sumbangan bukan jd Parasites yg abis2in Social Welfare waaa!!!! emoticon-Mad (S)


Untung anak2 gw muka nyee gak kek SICKmen of Asia waaa!!!!
warga Indonesia korban Orba memang masih banyak..,

gak bisa membedakan Warga Indonesia yg kebetulan keturunan China (Tionghoa)

sama orang warga negara asing mainland Tiongkok,
Tp giliran kebiasaan makan kelelawar dan segala hewan aneh lainnya di ingetin, jgn jg merasa tersinggung dan di rasisin ya
Sekarang Cokin rantau di negeri orang sederajat dengan Muslim di eropa, Yahudi di Jerman atau Negro di amrik, sama-sama minoritas yang dijauhi Karena stereotipenya
Diubah oleh jeffreymaulana3
'Better to stay home': Customers desert Box Hill amid coronavirus fears


At Hot Spicy Dip in Carrington Street in Box Hill, every table is empty during the usual lunch rush.==>Salah satu restaurant China yg SANGAT menjijikan waaa!!!

By 1.30pm on Monday, the soup restaurant had served two customers — both takeaway orders delivered by drivers.


Sentimen Ras Keturunan Tionghoa Mulai Muncul Gara-gara Virus Corona
Hot Spicy Dip owner Yuan Wei Peng says people are scared to go to Box Hill to eat.Credit:Jason South

In the past few days, in response to the deadly coronavirus outbreak in China, reusable chopsticks have been replaced with plastic-wrapped disposable cutlery.

So far, it hasn't alleviated people's concerns.Staff have been sent home early as business slowed down to a trickle during the past week.

"Three weeks ago there were many people here tasting our food, every day we were very busy," said owner Yuan Wei Ping.


"The quiet started last Monday. I want to cry."


Sentimen Ras Keturunan Tionghoa Mulai Muncul Gara-gara Virus Corona
Waiter Jun Heng served five people at Dumpling King on Monday, down from as many as 40 on a regular day.


The story is repeated right across one of Melbourne's biggest Chinese precincts.

The streets around Box Hill Central, typically buzzing at all times of day, are much quieter than usual, as customers stay home over fears about the spread of the virus.

At Dumpling King, just around the corner in Station Street, Jun Heng was also standing in an empty restaurant when The Age entered.

Typically, they serve 30 or 40 people for Monday lunch. That had been reduced to five.

"Last week was OK; today is horrible," the waiter said.

Charming Spice owner Grace Tian summed up the mood as she stood next to her nervously idle staff: "Everyone is quiet, so, we are too."


Sentimen Ras Keturunan Tionghoa Mulai Muncul Gara-gara Virus Corona
A sign on a shop in Box Hill.Kocak SUB-human mendadak punya rasa tanggung jawab waaa!!!!!


The ban on people entering Australia from China for two weeks has only made things worse for traders.

This is usually the period when business picks up as people return from their Lunar New Year holidays to work and study.

Business is down as much as 50 per cent at Roast Duck Inn, where there is sometimes a line out the door during peak times.

On Monday, the regular crack of a cleaver splitting crispy, mahogany-coloured duck was reduced to an occasional bang.

"I think people are not coming to restaurants; they are staying home, not wanting to go outside," said manager Stephen Ku.

"They are shopping in the supermarket and going straight home, not staying outside too long."

Sentimen Ras Keturunan Tionghoa Mulai Muncul Gara-gara Virus Corona
Business is slow at Roast Duck Inn, says Stephen Ku.


Mr Ku knew of one yum cha restaurant in Box Hill that had 270 bookings for Lunar New Year but only 50 people turned up.

"They have closed for two weeks," he said.

A sign on one bakery explained that it, too, was shutting up for a fortnight to protect its staff and customers.

It's not just restaurants that are affected by the downturn. Mary Ma from Hair Lovers Salon said the phone had stopped ringing in the past week and fewer reservations were being taken online.


Sentimen Ras Keturunan Tionghoa Mulai Muncul Gara-gara Virus Corona
Mary Ma from Hair Lover Salon says there has been a drop in bookings since the coronavirus outbreak.


"Everyone knows about the virus; they are just scared to come out," she said from behind a mask.

"Better to stay home."

At the neighbouring liquor store in Whitehorse Road,William Yang said the fear of contagion had spread to delivery drivers, with some customers asking for orders to be left at the front door.

He said the area was home to a lot of international students who would normally be returning for the start of the university semester.



Sentimen Ras Keturunan Tionghoa Mulai Muncul Gara-gara Virus Corona
Shops are closing in Box Hill because of the coronavirus outbreak.


As well as the travel ban, Qantas has announced that it will suspend flights from mainland China from February 9 until March 29.

"Usually after New Year they would return," Mr Yang said. Until the ban was lifted, he said, hospitality businesses would probably not get much busier.

"Most students don't cook. They eat out a lot and they buy alcohol a lot."


Sentimen Ras Keturunan Tionghoa Mulai Muncul Gara-gara Virus Corona
We are tracking the 2019-nCoV spread in real-time. Cases and locations can be viewed here; data available for download.



haiyaaa ciilaaka luuwa weelas waaa

Betapa Indah nyeee hidup tanpa Sampah disekeliling luuw waaa!!!!

Daerah tempat tinggal gw dianggap good Feng Shui,penuh dgn SICKmen of Asia SUB-human dr jaman purba yg hidup diabad ke-21 waaa!!!! emoticon-Frown

Mereka dtg kenegara Bule merusak Social Structure Peraturan yg ada dgn Budaya Kebiasaan mereka yg Primitip dan Goblok waaa!!!!

Gara2 mereka kalo jalan kaki ato naek mobil harus EXTRA hati2 agar tdk saling nabrak waaa!!!!

Krn SUB-human kgk bise Mikir kenapee negara2 si Bule bisee teratur dan nyaman waaa!!!!

Moga2 larangan ini berlangsung sampee satu tahun atawa utk selama nyeee waaa!!!!

Biar banyak bisnis SICKmen of Asia bangkrut,krn sekarang SICKmen of Asia yg adee lebih banyak belanja ketemapt si Bule!!!!

Krn mereka tau jauuuuh lebih aman,maka nyeee mereka rela bayar ratusan ampee jutaan $ agar bisee kabur dr Land of SICK and RETARD masuk ke Land of Egg and Bacon waaa!!!! emoticon-Ngakak (S)



Sentimen Ras Keturunan Tionghoa Mulai Muncul Gara-gara Virus Corona
'No Entry for Chinese:' Fears of Coronavirus Trigger anti-China Sentiment Worldwide


Restaurants from Rome to Seoul have posted signs prohibiting entry for Chinese customers and newspapers have circulating controversial headlines including warnings of a 'Yellow Alert'


Sentimen Ras Keturunan Tionghoa Mulai Muncul Gara-gara Virus Corona
A sign which says the shop is not accepting Chinese customers because of the corona virus is seen on the front door of a nail bar in the island of Phu Quoc, Vietnam, January 27, 2020.


A scary new virus from China has spread around the world. So has rising anti-Chinese sentiment, calls for a full travel ban on Chinese visitors and indignities for Chinese and other Asians.

Restaurants in South Korea, Japan, Hong Kong and Vietnam have refused to accept Chinese customers. Indonesians marched near a hotel and called on Chinese guests there to leave. French and Australian newspapers face criticism for racist headlines. Chinese and other Asians in Europe, the United States, Asia and the Pacific complain of racism.


Two dozen countries outside of China have reported cases of the new coronavirus, which has killed more than 300 people and sickened thousands of others in China. Many countries have sent planes to the Chinese city of Wuhan to evacuate their nationals.

The anti-China sentiments come as a powerful Beijing bolsters its global influence, and China’s rise has caused trade, political and diplomatic disputes with many countries.

But with rising fear of the mysterious disease has come a more acute anti-Chinese and, in some cases, anti-Asian backlash.

Here’s a look from AP journalists from around the world:

South Korea

South Korean websites have been flooded with comments calling on the government to block or expel Chinese and racist remarks about Chinese eating habits and hygiene bukan ane doang yg bilang SICKmen of Asia SUPER Jorok waaa.

A popular Seoul seafood restaurant frequented by Chinese tourists posted a sign saying “No entry for Chinese” before taking it down Wednesday after an online backlash.


Sentimen Ras Keturunan Tionghoa Mulai Muncul Gara-gara Virus Corona
South Korean protesters stage a rally calling for a ban on Chinese people entering South Korea near the presidential Blue House in Seoul, South Korea, January 29, 2020.


More than 650,000 South Koreans have signed an online petition filed with the presidential Blue House calling for a temporary ban on Chinese visitors. Some conservative opposition lawmakers publicly back these steps, and about 30 people rallied near the Blue House on Wednesday demanding the government immediately ban Chinese tourists.

“Unconditional xenophobia against the Chinese is intensifying” in South Korea, the mass-circulation JoongAng Ilbo newspaper said in an editorial Thursday. “Infectious diseases are a matter of science, not an issue that can be resolved through an emotional outpouring.”

The United States

After news broke that someone attending Arizona State University has the virus, Ari Deng, who is Chinese American, said she sat down at a study table on the Tempe, Arizona, campus near five other students.

Deng, who was the only Asian, said the other students began whispering. “They got really tense and they quickly gathered their stuff and just left at the same time.” emoticon-Frown

In a recent business class a non-Asian student “said ‘Not to be racist, but there’s a lot of international students that live in my apartment complex. I try my best to keep my distance but I think it’s a good precaution for all of us to wash our hands,’” Deng said. emoticon-Ngakak (S)

“It stings but I don’t let it take up room in my mind or weigh on my conscience,” she said.

Meanwhile, the University of California, Berkeley’s health services center removed an Instagram post Thursday that said “fears about interacting with those who might be from Asia and guilt about these feelings” were a normal reaction to the coronavirus outbreak.

“No matter how much time we spend in this country, at times we are almost immediately viewed as a foreigner,” Gregg Orton, the national director of the National Council of Asian Pacific Americans, said. “It’s a pretty frustrating reality for many of us.”

Hong Kong

The virus has deepened anti-Chinese sentiment in Hong Kong, where months of street protests against Beijing’s influence have roiled the semi-autonomous Chinese city.

Sentimen Ras Keturunan Tionghoa Mulai Muncul Gara-gara Virus Corona
Medical officers spray Indonesian nationals with antiseptic as they arrive from Wuhan, China's center of the coronavirus epidemic in Batam, Riau Islands, Indonesia, February 2, 2020.


Last week, Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam suspended ferry and high-speed train services to the mainland and reduced flights between Hong Kong and Chinese cities.

Tenno Ramen, a Japanese noodle restaurant in Hong Kong, is refusing to serve mainland customers.

“We want to live longer. We want to safeguard local customers. Please excuse us,” the restaurant said on Facebook.

Europe

A French teacher started a Twitter conversation recently under #JeNeSuisPasUnVirus (I am not a virus) that has drawn numerous accounts of discrimination, from children taunted in the schoolyard to subway passengers moving away from people who appear Asian.

France has a significant and growing Asian community, and Chinese visitors are a pillar of the French tourism industry, but old prejudices run deep. A regional newspaper in northern France carried a front-page headline warning of a “Yellow Alert” and later apologized amid national criticism.

“It’s a virus that comes from a region in China. It could have come from North Africa, Europe or anywhere,” said Soc Lam, a legal adviser to Chinese community groups in Paris. “People should not consider that just because we are Asian, we are more likely to spread the virus.”

A Danish paper, Jyllands-Posten, published a cartoon that replaced the yellow stars of the Chinese flag with representations of the virus. The Chinese Embassy in Copenhagen called the cartoon “an insult to China” and demanded the newspaper apologize.

Sentimen Ras Keturunan Tionghoa Mulai Muncul Gara-gara Virus Corona

The German Der Spiegel magazine ran a headline that said “made in China” along with a photo of an individual in protective gear.

On Friday, a cafe near Rome’s Trevi Fountain, a popular tourist site, posted a notice in its window saying “all people coming from China are not allowed access in this place”, according to the Italian news agency ANSA. When AP journalists went there to check on it, the post was no longer in the window.

Australia, New Zealand

More than 51,000 signatures have appeared on an online petition demanding apologies from Australia’s two biggest-circulation newspapers over their headlines.

The petition condemned Melbourne’s Herald Sun headline Wednesday that read, “Chinese virus pandamonium,” a misspelling that plays on China’s native pandas, and Sydney’s The Daily Telegraph headline on the same day that read, “China kids stay home.”

Singaporean Kiwi Dollice Chua told the New Zealand Herald that when she went to an Auckland mall last week to buy a wedding card a woman gave her a dirty look and told her “You Asians are the ones who brought this virus.” Chua has lived in New Zealand for 21 years. “It’s racist and beyond rude,” she said.

Japan

Many Japanese have taken to social media to call for a travel ban for the Chinese visitors amid worries they’ll come to Japan for virus-related treatments. One tweet said, “Please ban Chinese tourists immediately,” while another said, “I’m so worried that my child may catch the virus”.

A candy store in Hakone, a hot springs town west of Tokyo, recently made headlines after it posted a note “Chinese people’s entry into the store is prohibited”. On Wednesday, Menya Hareruya, a popular ramen chain in Sapporo on Japan’s northern island of Hokkaido, posted a sign saying “No entry for Chinese tourists”.

Zhang Jiaqi, a Chinese student in Tokyo, said he has not faced any unpleasant response from his Japanese classmates and friends, but, he added, “I noticed that some people have turned around or watched me with angry looks on their face when I was talking to my friends in Chinese”

Southeast Asia

Last weekend, several hundred residents in the Indonesian tourist city of Bukittinggi marched to the Novotel Hotel, where some 170 Chinese tourists were staying, to protest their entrance into Indonesia.

They blocked roads near the hotel to prevent the Chinese, who’d arrived a day earlier, from getting out of the hotel. Local authorities decided to send the visitors back to China later in the day.

More than 400,000 Malaysians have signed an online petition calling for a ban on Chinese travelers and urging the government to “save our family and our children.”

A hotel in Danang, Vietnam, a popular beach destination, has been refusing to accept Chinese tourists.

A former police officer and town mayor, Abner Afuang, said he burned a Chinese flag on Friday in front of the National Press Club in Manila to protest the problems China has brought to the Philippines and other Southeast Asian countries, including the virus and Beijing’s claim to disputed islands in the South China Sea.

The Philippine president’s office said in a statement: “Let us not engage in discriminatory behavior, nor act with any bias towards our fellowmen. The reality is everyone is susceptible to the virus.”


haiyaaa ciilaaka luuwa weelas waaa

Di duniyee banyak SHIThole countries macam India,Africa,Mexico etc,tapi napee cuman SICKmen of Asia from Land of SICK and RETARD yg bawa penyakit konyol haaa!!???


Sentimen Ras Keturunan Tionghoa Mulai Muncul Gara-gara Virus Corona
Asians ‘shunned’ over virus fears


Sentimen Ras Keturunan Tionghoa Mulai Muncul Gara-gara Virus Corona
Yen-fu Lai said he was a victim of “mindless humour” after he was approached in a supermarket on Sunday

Asian students in Scotland have told how they have experienced racism and been ostracised for wearing face masks since the coronavirus outbreak.

Fear of the virus, which originated in China, is said to be fuelling anti-Asian sentiment and making the public “wary” and “suspicious” of Chinese people.

Community leaders in Edinburgh and St Andrews have warned that students who choose to wear protective masks are being shunned because they make Scots feel uneasy.

Yen-fu Lai, a Taiwanese master’s student at the University of Glasgow, was waiting to pay for his shopping inside a Tesco supermarket on Sunday when he was approached by a stranger.

He said: “A white guy asked me if I was in the queue and when I answered ‘yes’ he suddenly backed




haiyaaa ciilaaka luuwa weelas waaa

Chinese weapon of mass anti Asians sentiment waaa. emoticon-Mad (S)
Coronavirus fears see Malaysian student evicted from Perth share house by landlord

Sentimen Ras Keturunan Tionghoa Mulai Muncul Gara-gara Virus Corona
The student was greeted by this eviction notice sign when she returned from a holiday to Malaysia.


A Malaysian student has described being evicted from her Perth home due to her landlord's fears about the coronavirus outbreak, despite the fact she had not travelled to China.

"Helen", who the ABC has agreed not to name for fears of further discrimination, said she rented a room at a townhouse in Perth's southern suburbs in November.

The community services student said she did not sign a lease but had a verbal agreement with the landlord, who also lived at the house, to pay $86 a week plus bills and other expenses.

Helen, who is of Chinese descent, travelled home to Malaysia on January 24 to visit family and friends for the Lunar New Year celebrations.

She said she flew back to Perth on February 4, arriving home at 4:00am to discover the locks had been changed and a note taped to the front door.

"WARNING – NO TRESPASSING", it said.

"House in lockdown due to coronavirus.

"Due to your failure to stay in contact with me with World Health Organisation GLOBAL EMERGENCY over coronavirus you are no longer welcome in this house."

Space to play or pause, M to mute, left and right arrows to seek, up and down arrows for volume.
Audio: Coronavirus fears prompt racist eviction in Perth (Breakfast)

The note included a mobile phone number for Helen to call, adding that the owner had attempted to contact her while she was away "many times without success".

Her belongings had been left outside the house for her to collect.

Eviction linked to overseas trip

Helen said she did not receive any messages while in Malaysia, but found she had a number of text messages from the landlord when she returned to Australia, .

One of them clearly linked her eviction with her decision to travel during the outbreak.

Sentimen Ras Keturunan Tionghoa Mulai Muncul Gara-gara Virus Corona
One of a series of text messages from a landlord evicting a student over coronavirus fears.

"You made a decision to travel back home for the Chinese New year when when [sic] there was an outbreak of coronavirus," it said.

"The world health organisation has declared a global emergency and I now have made a decision to change locks on the house and put your belongings outside as I am concerned for my welfare and family and friends.

"It was a hard decision to make between family and friends but as you have travelled we are very concerned and you are no longer welcome to come back to the house."

The messages were signed off with a name that matches the name on the land title documents for the property.

Helen told ABC Radio Perth she felt sad and confused because she had not been anywhere near China or the city of Wuhan, where the virus originated.

"I haven't been to China [so] why do they think I have the virus?" she said.

Helen said she went to the police but they were unable to take any action because she did not have a formal rental agreement with the landlord.

She said she was now living with a friend.

The ABC attempted to contact the landlord but he hung up the phone and subsequent calls went to voicemail.
No travel bans for Malaysia

Australia's chief medical officer Brendan Murphy this week said he was increasingly concerned about discrimination against people of Chinese background.

"We are very concerned about xenophobia and any sort of racial profiling, which is completely abhorrent," he said.


"There is no community transmission of this virus in Australia"

"There is no reason for people to be wearing masks, there is no reason for people to avoid anybody," he said.

Chung Wah Association of WA president Ting Chen told ABC Radio Perth he had received reports of racist behaviour and misinformation directed towards members of the local Chinese community.

He said one resident in the northern Perth suburb of Joondalup discovered the word "virus" had been painted on his driveway.

"This is totally unacceptable," he said.

He said patronage was also down at local Chinese restaurants.


Sentimen Ras Keturunan Tionghoa Mulai Muncul Gara-gara Virus Corona
Ting Chen said his association had received reports of racist behaviour connected to the coronavirus outbreak.

"A few days ago I went to one of the popular Chinese restaurants and it was half-empty. People just fear going out for dinner," he said.

"However, I think Western Australia is a very safe place."

According to official advice from the Department of Health, the people in Australia most at risk of getting the virus are those who have recently been in mainland China or have been in close contact with someone who is a confirmed case.

Australia currently has 15 confirmed cases of coronavirus, none of which are in WA.

All of the cases in Australia have come from Wuhan except one person in NSW, who had contact in China with a confirmed case from Wuhan.

None of the Australian Government's travel bans or health advice relate to travel from Malaysia.



haiyaaa ciilaaka luuwa weelas waaa

Org yg patut dijadikan Pemimpin,sadar Mencegah lebih baik dr Mengobati waaa!!!! emoticon-thumbsup

Sejak Locust menyebar,duniyee jd Tidak Nyaman waaa!!!!
Asians worldwide share examples of coronavirus-related xenophobia on social media


"You dropped your coronavirus," a man says to a woman in a video shared on Instagram.

Sentimen Ras Keturunan Tionghoa Mulai Muncul Gara-gara Virus Corona
Jia Liang Sun-Wang, based in Spain, holds a sign in response to coronavirus-based discrimination.

From New York City to Los Angeles and various other cities around the world, people of Asian descent have been documenting xenophobic incidents on social media following the recent outbreak of the new coronavirus, now called COVID-19.

NBC News' Social Newsgathering team has been tracking social media reports of harassment targeting Asian communities globally as the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus continues to spread internationally, including 13 in the United States.

In Los Angeles, Tanny Jiraprapasuke, 44, said a man riding public transportation directed an angry rant toward her about the coronavirus while she was traveling home with a friend late Saturday.

Jiraprapasuke said at first, she didn't pay much attention to the man, who was yelling on the train. However, she became concerned when she realized his outburst was specifically about the coronavirus.

As seen in video Jiraprapasuke recorded of the incident, the man can be heard yelling profanities, blaming China as the source of the coronavirus and making other hateful claims about Chinese Americans. Jiraprapasuke said that as the only Asian American on the train, she felt very alone at that moment.

"I'm not even Chinese. ... He's really attacking me because I look a certain way," Jiraprapasuke, who is Thai American, said. "So, for me it was just, 'Oh my God, my community's under attack."

Sentimen Ras Keturunan Tionghoa Mulai Muncul Gara-gara Virus Corona


Jiraprapasuke said she shared the video on Facebook in hopes it would raise awareness and stop others from sensationalizing information about the virus. She said she did not report the incident to police.

In an example in Canada, Ingrid Chang, 22, shared a video taken by her sister in the British Columbia area. It shows a man saying "you dropped your coronavirus" to a young woman and her mother. Her sister later confronted him, taking video of the encounter, during which the man responded that he made the same comment to 10 other people and laughed it off as a joke.

"It's hard for me to know if he's a racist person or if his intentions were racist, but the only thing I know is that it made me and my family uncomfortable," Chang, whose family is Taiwanese Canadian, said.

Sentimen Ras Keturunan Tionghoa Mulai Muncul Gara-gara Virus Corona
A man saying "you dropped your coronavirus"


In Europe, social media users shared a sign barring people from China posted outside Hotel Relais Fontana di Trevi in Rome.

Italian media reported that a spokesperson and deputy manager of the establishment defended the sign, dismissing any accusations of racism.

"It's absolutely not anything against people of Chinese nationality. In fact, the sign clearly specifies that entrance is forbidden ... for people who have come from China," the spokesperson told the Italian newspaper Il Messaggero.

Sentimen Ras Keturunan Tionghoa Mulai Muncul Gara-gara Virus Corona
A sign outside a bar near the Trevi Fountain in Rome barring Chinese customers was later removed by police, Italian media reported.

Signs barring Chinese people have also appeared in Thailand. A tourist visiting the island of Phuket posted photos on Twitter of signs outside a restaurant at Ao Sane Beach blaming the ban on coronavirus.

Sentimen Ras Keturunan Tionghoa Mulai Muncul Gara-gara Virus Corona
A tourist visiting Phuket, Thailand, said a sign barring Chinese customers was posted outside a restaurant at Ao Sane Beach.


In New York, a woman in a mask alleged that she was assaulted on the subway recently. The New York Police Department's hate crimes unit encouraged the victim to report the incident after video of the attack surfaced.

"We've seen a lot of anxieties from folks in the community," Marian Guerra, the deputy chief of staff for City Council member Margaret Chin, told NBC News.

As of Tuesday, there were more than 43,094 confirmed cases of coronavirus around the world in 25 countries, with 1,018 deaths reported.

While some Asian communities grapple with the stigma surrounding the virus, some officials are offering their support and trying to counter reports of discrimination and misinformation.

Toronto Mayor John Tory addressed discrimination against Canada's Chinese community at a news conference Jan. 29.

"Standing with our Chinese community against stigmatization & discrimination, and reminding residents that, as our health care professionals have informed us, the risk of coronavirus to our community remains low," Tory tweeted. "We must not allow fear to triumph over our values as a city."


Sentimen Ras Keturunan Tionghoa Mulai Muncul Gara-gara Virus Corona
On Thursday, Philadelphia Mayor Jim Keeney, along with City Council members, visited the city's historic Chinatown for a dim sum meal.

Sentimen Ras Keturunan Tionghoa Mulai Muncul Gara-gara Virus Corona

This isn't the first time that an illness has sparked fears and xenophobia against specific ethnic groups. A typhus and cholera outbreak in the 1880s led to discrimination against Russian Jewish immigrants, and a bubonic plague outbreak in the early 1900s led to discrimination against the Chinatown community in San Francisco. Chinese communities were also stigmatized during the SARS outbreak in 2003, according to a 2004 study published in the journal


haiyaaa ciilaaka luuwa weelas waaa

Gara2 Yellow Peril semuwa Asian ketiban getah nyeee waaa!!!! emoticon-Mad (S)


GDP Network
© 2020 KASKUS, PT Darta Media Indonesia. All rights reserved
Ikuti KASKUS di