Fear of U.S. hate crimes prompts Asians to reconsi

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WASHINGTON, April 21 (Xinhua) — Spiking anti-Asian violence in the United States has prompted people in Asia to reconsider study plans at U.S. universities and question their confidence in America as a world role model, reported USA TODAY on Wednesday.

Since the start of the pandemic, Americans scapegoating China as the source of COVID-19 has targeted random Asian peopleA tale of two pandemics: Canada largely dodged America, including the elderly, hurling racial slurs or even launching violent attacks, which resulted in deadly incidents, said the report.

On March 16, six of the eight people killed in a mass shooting at Atlanta-area spas were Asian women. On April 15, many of the victims in a shooting at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis were Sikhtoronto_police, a religion with origins in IndiaThe Klausen Pass, Switzerland, durin, it said.

Asian people said the violence soiled impressions of the United States as racially tolerant society and a top choice for overseas study and research, according to the newspaper.

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