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Xiao's face appeared swollen and she could not yet see in one eye, her daughter said. Xiao said she was waiting at a traffic light when the suspect suddenly punched her in the eye. She picked up a stick and fought back, she said. The alleged attacker is seen, his face bloodied, being rolled away on a stretcher.
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Video from the scene showed Xie holding an ice pack to her battered face and holding a large wooden stick. Powell, meanwhile, was seen handcuffed to a stretcher with blood around his mouth. The March 17 attacks happened amid a surge in violence against Asian and Pacific Islander Americans that started last year with the onset of the coronavirus pandemic and anti-Asian rhetoric from former President Trump. A day earlier, a gunman in metro Atlanta stormed three area massage parlors, killing eight people, including six Asian women. Nancy Dillon 8 hrs ago. Suspect in Colorado grocery store shooting faces 10 counts of murder, police say.
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After a year of mostly staying inside his Vallejo home to avoid catching the coronavirus, year-old Danilo Yuchang resolved that he needed to get out more. The Filipino Chinese man was walking on Market Street, headed back to the office from his lunch break after picking up siomai at a Chinatown restaurant, when somebody shoved him from behind, knocking him to the ground. Yuchang lost consciousness as the person struck him repeatedly, breaking bones in his face and bruising his eyes until they were almost swollen shut. When he came to, a doorman from a nearby hotel was tapping him, handing him napkins and asking if he was OK. Yuchang noticed his blood splattered on the sidewalk and thought he had been stabbed.
The man then punched the victim and fled, leaving the victim with minor injuries. The unidentified victim told KPIX 5 he is very rattled by the incident. A police source has identified the suspect as year-old John Lawrence.