‘Is this patriot enough?’: US veteran shows military scars as he addresses anti-Asian violence

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South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “‘Is this patriot enough?’: US veteran shows military scars as he addresses anti-Asian violence” – below is their description.

US veteran Lee Wong revealed his military scars as he delivered a speech on anti-Asian violence last week. At a meeting at West Chester Township, Ohio, the 69-year-old also opened up about the racist attacks he had personally experienced.

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