Man speaks out after racist encounter on Orchard Road | ST NEWS NIGHT

The Straits Times
The Straits Times
Published on 7.06.2021

Mr Dave Parkash and his girlfriend were approached by a Chinese man, who accused him of "preying on Chinese girls" among other racist comments - the video of the encounter has since gone viral. Mr Parkash said he aims to raise awareness of racism in Singapore. Read more about it here: https://str.sg/3Zgd

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