Jen Ho Lee, a 76-year-old South Korean immigrant, poses in her apartment in Los Angeles on March 31 with a sign from a recent rally against anti-Asian hate crimes.

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Jen Ho Lee, a 76-year-old South Korean immigrant, poses in her apartment in Los Angeles on March 31 with a sign from a recent rally against anti-Asian hate crimes.

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The frequency of anti-Asian incidents — from taunts to outright assaults — reported in the United States so far this year seems poised to surpass last year despite months

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Following an online petition asking that he rework his show’s “Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts” segment and not refer to Asian delicacies as “really disgusting” and “horrific,” Late Late Show host James Corden says he’ll do just that. In a Howard Stern interview on June 16, the late-night host addressed the controversy, which was sparked by a Change.org petition calling out the interview game — in which celebrity contestants must choose between answering a difficult question or eating a “disgusting” food item — as “incredibly culturally

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A petition to cancel James Corden’s “Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts” segment on CBS’ “The Late Late Show” has amassed nearly 40,000 signatures after TikTok and Instagram influencer Kim Saira, 24, said the segment ridicules traditionally Asian food.

After the petition gained traction on social media earlier this month, Saira announced that supporters can join an event outside Corden’s studio in Los Angeles on Thursday to eat Asian food and protest for a change to the show.

The “Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts” segment has been popular on “The Late Late Show” for the last five

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A petition demanding “The Late Late Show with James Corden” alter a popular, repeat segment has amassed thousands of signatures after critics accused the bit of being anti-Asian.

Kim Saira, an Asian American artist and influencer, started a Change.org petition earlier this month, criticizing the late night show’s “Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts” segment and urging the show to make changes or pull it altogether. During “Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts,” celebrity guests join Corden at a rotating table where they ask each other hard-hitting questions. Corden and the guest then have the choice to answer

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Viewers of the late night show The Late Late Show with James Corden might be familiar with a regular bit called “Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts.” In the segment, Corden and his guest have two options: answer an embarrassingly personal question or eat something that many might find less than appetizing.

In a September 2016 segment, a few of the foods came from Asian cultures, including chicken feet, a thousand year egg (a preserved egg that ages in a mix of ash, rice hulls, and other compounds for weeks to months), and balut (a South Asian street food

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Clarkson came to the aid of the World Famous Yum Yum Food Truck — a Filipino food truck based in Utah — which had an anti-Asian slur and an image of a face with slanted eyes spray-painted on the side.

The 29-year-old Clarkson took to Twitter after seeing images of the truck, saying he was “deeply hurt” to see it had been vandalized.

“I know the pain that hateful language and racism causes” he said.

With the help of local politicians, other businesses and Clarkson the truck was restored.

“It has been an emotional few days,” the truck’s owners
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