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James Corden has been accused of fuelling “anti-Asian racism” by “continuously mocking” the continent’s food on his talk show.

The Late Late Show host has come under fire for his recurring segment Spill Your Guts in which his celebrity guests, who have included Kim Kardashian, Gordon Ramsay and Chrissy Teigen in the past, are given the option of eating “gross” foods or answering a personal question.

According to editors at British newspaper The Independent

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Tuesday morning, June 8, 2021

Northern Utah

Asian Food Truck Vandalized

An Asian food truck in Layton was damaged with racist graffiti over the weekend. Layton police Sgt. Tracy Hokum said Monday that it’s too early to know if it will be investigated as a hate crime. KTVX reported the “World Famous Yum Yum Food Truck” shared photos of the damage on its Facebook account on Sunday. Those show much of the truck covered in white spray paint — including racist slurs and images. The food truck serves Filipino and Asian fusion dishes, and the operators said they will not

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James Corden is under fire for “continuously mocking” Asian food on his show, according to complaints.

On The Late Late Show, Corden has a recurring segment called ‘Spill Your Guts’ in which his celebrity guests are given the option to eat “nasty” foods or answer a personal question about themselves.

Stars such as Harry Styles, Kendall Jenner, Justin Bieber, and Kim Kardashian have played the game on the show.

Earlier in the week, Kim Saira, a TikToker who goes by @kimssaira on the platform, made a video criticizing the segment. She showed clips of Corden and his guest Jimmy

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James Corden is facing a backlash this week with thousands of people signing a petition seeking to cancel a “culturally insensitive” segment on his show.

On The Late Late Show, there’s a recurring segment called “Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts” in which the host’s celebrity guests are given the option of eating “gross” foods or answering a personal question.

The specific clip that prompted the petition appears to have originally aired in 2016 and has more than 27 million views on YouTube. It shows Corden and fellow TV personality Jimmy Kimmel asking each other difficult questions or

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Years ago, we moved from our home in Switzerland to England. Among the mixed emotions, one standout was a relief to live again in an English-language culture.

While I can write at length about our bumbling and surprisingly foreign experience settling into U.K. life, I will stay on the topic of language. After all, it was one of the perks of this international move, and the excuse we used to propel ourselves to a remote corner of southeast England in our well-intentioned quest to blend in. After all, we were fluent in the local language — we only missed a

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Kung pao chicken, General Tso’s chicken, pad thai, sushi, banh mi, chicken tikka masala — dishes that are rooted in Asia and the Asian diaspora are now firmly a part of America’s multicultural cuisine. But how did that come to be the case?

“Asian American food is as complicated and diverse as Asian American people because the category itself, Asian American, is very broad,” said Robert Ji-Song Ku, associate professor of Asian and Asian American Studies at Binghamton University. “It’s hard to generalize about Asian Americans and how different cuisines become mainstream because they really all had different processes and

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