Being a good, quiet and assimilated 'model minority' is making me angry
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Asian Americans are the racial group least likely to reach out for help. And that fact — coupled with an already existing belief that AAPIs don't struggle — has only exacerbated pandemic-related problems for the community. The group is roughly three times less likely than whites to seek mental health help. While Asian Americans report fewer mental health conditions than their white counterparts, they are more likely to consider and attempt suicide. It still goes back to not wanting to make waves despite seeing that there are disparities within their community.
I have a confession to make. Some years ago, while enjoying solace in a cafe, a well-nourished white bloke accosted me by thrusting his newly purchased cookbook in my face and demanding an autograph. Just to be clear, the Chinese-Australian chef Kylie Kwong and I both wear glasses but, beyond that, we share few similarities. I figured if this bloke is daft enough to think we Asians all look the same, why not bask in the fake celebrity limelight? Apologies to Kylie, of course, whose recipes I also love.
More than 40 million vaccine doses have been administered worldwide, according to data compiled by the NGO Our World in Data. The U. In the wealthy business hub of Singapore, just 6, people have received doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine since Dec. Although countries from South Korea and Japan to Thailand are battling resurgences of the virus now, governments do not feel the same urgency to begin vaccinating because infections are largely under control.