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Particularly in the 1960s, there situations created by the Chinese community, such as underground sweat-shop operations and human trafficking, that brought on justifiable police raids and ensuing investigations.Yet, similar activities by other groups, such as the Italian-American mafia, have not resulted in any wholesale ethnic discrimination that was written into law, as in the case of the Chinese.

Anti-Asian discrimination is demonstrably on the rise.Mixed-raced Miss Smith told Mail Online: ‘It really angers me when people call me "exotic". It’s what you’d call a place, or an animal or a dish of food.The student who is studying English Literature at the University of Leeds has also been told she's pretty 'for an Asian girl', has called on the apps to do more to educate their users about using racist language.‘Maybe Tinder, Bumble and other dating apps could do some educational videos about how to avoid being casually racist and avoid micro-aggressions,’ said Miss Smith.‘It’s tempting to put this all down to special snowflake syndrome; to say that this is all a massive overreaction, and that we shouldn’t take such comments to heart.‘But that’s not good enough.A student wants to expose the hidden world of racism on dating apps after being called ‘exotic’ by a potential date made her feel like an ‘animal’.Serena Smith, 18, from Cambridge claims that casual racism is rife on apps such as Tinder and Bumble and is frequently left upset by remarks from potential dates.To be fair, not everything bad that happened to the Chinese in America should be construed as being solely due to ethnic persecution.

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