China News Service, March 11. According to the US Overseas Chinese News Network, a new report from the research and advocacy group Stop AAPI Hate found that between March 19, 2020 and December 31, 2021, There have been more than 10,000 hate incidents against Asian Pacific Americans in the United States.

  NBC reported that since the outbreak of the new crown pneumonia in the United States, the organization "Stop the Hate of Asian Pacific Americans" has been tracking hate incidents against Asian Pacific Americans.

The group's latest report shows that in less than two years, there have been 10,905 incidents of hate against AAPI individuals across the United States.

  The report provides a detailed analysis of where these incidents occurred and the types of protagonists of the incidents, as well as policy recommendations aimed at reducing more incidents of discrimination.

  Race is by far the most common cause of discriminatory incidents.

Of the 10,905 reports, 91.5 percent listed race as a reason.

Ethnicity -- the particular Asian culture to which an individual belongs -- was the second most common reason, included in 52.6 percent of reports.

The organization revealed that multiple reasons can be selected for each report.

  Of the more than 10,000 incidents in less than two years, a total of 4,632 incidents (42.5% of the total) were reported in 2020 and 6,273 incidents (57.5% of the total) were reported in 2021.

Meanwhile, most of the incidents took place in California.

New York, Washington, Texas and Illinois also reported quite a few incidents.

  According to the report, most of the incidents took place in public places.

For example, 31.2% of incidents occurred on public streets, and another 26.9% occurred in workplaces.

  Incidents of discrimination reported include denial of service, shunning, and physical assault and harassment.

  A person who experiences a hate incident may be discriminated against multiple times in a single incident.

66.9% said that harassment was only one form of discrimination.

  The data in the report categorizes "harassment" into "hate speech", "behavioral" harassment (such as stalking or bullying), "gesture" harassment (such as the middle finger or squinting), "written" harassment (such as publicity signs) and sexual harassment.

Of these, hate speech is the most common form of harassment.

  The report also breaks down the data by gender.

Among men, women and non-binary genders, women were the most likely to report being harassed.

69.8% of reports of harassment came from women.