EXCLUSIVE: Racist abuse on the doorstep of the Chinese family in San Jose

SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) – A San Jose couple try to raise awareness after a hate incident occurred right on the porch.

Huang Zhu and Ying Huang said about two weeks ago that their six-year-old twins heard a lot of knocking and ringing and thought the UPS driver was at their door.

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Fortunately, they didn’t open the door because it was a man yelling racist comments and saying things like, “You brought COVID-19 with you.”

In one clip, the man says, “I said it’s your neighbor, open the door! You … Communist China! Open the door now! Communist China! You King ** Commies! This is America! It’s not f ** King (inaudible). “

What one son said was heartbreaking.

“He asked me, ‘Mom, did I do this because I see too much iPad and he’s here to punish me?’ I didn’t know what to say. I said, ‘You didn’t do anything wrong, we did absolutely nothing wrong,’ “says his mother.

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The couple told ABC7 news anchor Dion Lim, “We’ve been here for over 20 years. We haven’t seen anything near it. We had our education here and worked hard. We had no problems with it.” someone.”

San Jose police tell Dion Lim that the man was arrested for elderly abuse of his father and that what happened to this family is being investigated as a hate incident.

Huang and Ying then decided to tell their neighbors what happened. They brought boxes of See’s Candies door to door and informed those around them of what had happened. Many in the surrounding neighborhoods stepped in with their support after the couple reported the events on NextDoor.

The couple is about to issue an injunction against the man. They say that this type of behavior is not tolerated in their neighborhood and is encouraged by the support of the neighbors.


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