Man Makes Racist Remarks Against Indian-Origin Man Having Chinese-Origin GF, Watch Video

A while back, we saw how an Indian man and a German woman met in Dubai, fell in love and sealed the deal at the Taj Mahal. It was a testament to the fact that love knows no borders. Having said that, there are a few who are not so tolerant of such relationships.

According to India Today, on June 5, a Singaporean man of Chinese origin verbally abused Dave Parkash, another Singaporean of Indian origin, for dating a Chinese-origin woman. Dave shared the confrontation on Facebook where the man can be heard saying that he’s “preying on a Chinese girl.”

My name is Dave Parkash. I am a Singaporean. Today i feel embarrassed, humiliated and hurt by how i was treated by another fellow Singaporean. My girlfriend and I was confronted by a man who told us that we should only be dating with people of our own race. He called himself a racist and even blamed us for being racist just because my gf and I are from different races. He humilated us in public by shaming both her and I like as though we did something wrong. I come from a mixed race background and so is my gf. We both are mixed race but we are proud to be Singapoeans. I feel we shouldn't be publicly shamed just because of our skin colour. Love is love. Love has no race love has no religion. You and I should be able to love whoever we wanna love. Lets not become like this man in the video. To this man who may end up watching this, I hope you learn to stop being a racist and let us all live in harmony. Last but not least life's too short, LET US SPREAD LOVE AND NOT HATE AND MAY THIS MESSAGE EDUCATE. #STOPRACISM #Sharethisvideo #SGUnited

Posted by Dave Park Ash on Saturday, June 5, 2021

Dave described the incident saying,

“My name is Dave Parkash. I am a Singaporean. Today I feel embarrassed, humiliated and hurt by how I was treated by another fellow Singaporean. My girlfriend and I were confronted by a man who told us that we should only be dating people of our own race. He called himself a racist and even blamed us for being racist just because my gf and I are from different races. He humiliated us in public by shaming both her and I like as though we did something wrong.

I come from a mixed-race background and so is my gf. We both are mixed-race but we are proud to be Singaporeans. I feel we shouldn’t be publicly shamed just because of our skin colour. Love is love. Love has no race love has no religion. You and I should be able to love whoever we wanna love. Let’s not become like this man in the video. To this man who may end up watching this, I hope you learn to stop being a racist and let us all live in harmony. Last but not least life’s too short, LET US SPREAD LOVE AND NOT HATE AND MAY THIS MESSAGE EDUCATE.”


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Deccan Herald quoted Singapore Home minister K Shanmugam saying,

“It seems like more people are finding it acceptable, to make ‘in your face’ racist statements openly. And some try to explain away, each time something like this happens. I used to believe that Singapore was moving in the right direction on racial tolerance and harmony. Based on recent events, I am not so sure anymore.”

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