The Chinese man was saying, “please no more, don’t hit me anymore please”. Obviously this guy didn’t do anything and was jumped. His English wasn’t good either. The original poster took the video down for obvious reasons, and in his comments he was proud of his accomplishment This needs to be told! The guy showed his face on camera, we need to catch him.
helpless asian man attacked and jumped by 7 others behind school
Brutal Chinese beatdown guy jumped Getting Owned racist racism chicago asian fight behind school
ts BEHIND James Ward Elementary School in CHICAGO.
Todd Ramos grey+black hoodie
Raymond Palomino white boy no mask.
wesley wu who deleted his facebook - grey hoodie, the main dude that kept hitting him
easley Wu little junior here, the big puffy jacket with fur hood + blue striped adias pants
johnny li, blue hoodie + blue snap back on,
danny hui dressed all black, northface jacket? black shoes,cameragirl/boy DONT KNOW
PLEASE SPREAD THIS. I WANT THESE PEOPLE FOUND.
THESE KIDS NEED TO DIE
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‘The Helix’ bridge links the Marina Centre and Bayfront areas, completing the 3.5 km long walking route around Marina Bay.
This 280-metre long bridge has a unique structural design comprising two interlocking spiral steel tubes that twist in opposing directions. This resembles the double helix structure of DNA and symbolizes ‘life and continuity’, ‘renewal’, ‘everlasting abundance’ and ‘growth’, reflecting the key aspirations for Marina Bay. The bridge includes four viewing ‘pods’ that give visitors panoramic views of the city and events within the bay.
The double helix structure is a world’s first for a curved bridge. It provides inherent strength to the bridge and supports the walkway, shade canopies and night lighting.
At night, the bridge is illuminated by programmable, low energy LED lights that express the beauty of the structure and enhance the visitor’s experience. Coloured symbols on the walkway represent the four ‘bases’ found in DNA.
Opened by the Minister for National Development, Mr. Mah Bow Tan, on 24 Apr 2010.
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Simple. Unique. Unexpected. Ganito ang mga dapat nananalo, though deserving din naman iyong iba. It’s just that hindi lang talaga dapat naka-base iyong standard o norm ng talento ng Pilipino sa pag-awit. Weird. Feeling ko sila ang mananalo for this season. Kung sila man, peksman, hindi ako magmumura ng isang buong araw.
Paging @culturalcenterphilippines! This talent should not be wasted! This is what the CCP stands for: The best in the Filipino.
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113th Year of Independence. God bless the Filipinos.
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The awkward moment when you’re eating dinner at someone else’s house and you don’t like the food, but you have to pretend to like it.
Then they ask you if you want more:
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