According to a viral Facebook post originally posted by Quesha, the Chinese guy stand up and just pretend that he is using his cellphone after the woman obviously avoided him. Then she noticed that the Chinese guy wiped out his tears.

Original Post:

Kanina nakasakay kami sa tren napansin ko yung isang chinese na nakatayo na nag c-cellphone. Nung nakita niyang may bakante na upuan tumabi siya sa babae. I was observing the chinese guy hanggang sa makaupo siya sa tabi ng babae. Nung nakaupo na siya biglang umalis yung babaeng katabi niya i saw his reaction kahit mata lang yung kita kasi naka mask siya. Alam kong medyo nahiya siya dahil sa inasta nung babae. Kaya yung chinese tumayo na lang ulit tas nagpanggap na nag c-cellphone siya nakita ko na pumunas siya ng luha. At tiningnan ko naman yunf babae na lumipat nandidiring tingnan niya yung chinese. Honestly, walang mali pag giging maingat natin pero sana naman irespeto natin sila. Tao din sila katulad natin. Kung sa atin naman mangyayari yung gusto niyo ganun din itrato nila sa atin? Virus is still a virus pero hindi naman lahat ng chinese infected sa virus. RESPECT. We need to respect each other. Hindi porket isa siyang chinese eh may virus na agad. Akala ko ba ” Filipino will always be around to help a neighbor in need” Bakit ngayon iba yung pinapakita natin?

Ps: yung binilugan kong babae na nakaupo siya yung katabi ng chinese at jan siya lumipat.

Kanina nakasakay kami sa tren napansin ko yung isang chinese na nakatayo na nag c-cellphone. Nung nakita niyang may…

Posted by Quesha Anne Baye on Saturday, February 1, 2020

The outbreak has fueled resentment and discrimination against people from Wuhan. Some have become outcasts in their own country, shunned by hotels, neighbors and — in some areas — placed under controversial quarantine measures, even in public transportation.

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