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A South Korean woman enjoying a meal at a restaurant in Germany was interrupted when a couple of disgusting racists came over to start harassing her.


The white men began making fun of her by pulling their eyes back while she takes a video.

"That's racist," she explains calmly.

"There are a lot of people watching you."


The woman, streaming via Twitch, has reportedly had more than one severely racist encounter while taking her vacation in Berlin.






"Hey, that's racist. I love Germany, don't become racist please." the woman, whose name is Giannie Lee, says.

"Be nice, I love German people, be nice."

Eventually the two men go away. Racism in Germany is an especially touchy subject due to Germany's fascist past.






But, unfortunately, this keeps happening to poor Giannie Lee.

Three times now she has encountered racists on video.






The other incidents happened when a Turkish man shouted "Ching Chong!" at the camera while she was recording, prompting her to ask "What are you talking about?".

KOREAN STREAMER GETS MOCKED BY RACIST TURKISH GUY IN BERLIN. www.youtube.com

Another incident during the same stream happened when a bystander shouted "Ni Hao!" into the camera.

UGH.





It's a good thing Ms. Lee knows how to handle it with grace, because if someone else were there, it might not have ended pretty.

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