Woman tripped, kicked in latest potential anti-Asian attack

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An Asian woman was tripped and repeatedly kicked by an unknown attacker — one of two more potential hate crimes in the Big Apple, The Post has learned.

The attack happened around 12:30 p.m. Saturday near St. Mark’s Place and Third Avenue in the East Village, where an unknown woman tripped a 33-year-old Asian woman, police sources said.

The assailant then repeatedly kicked the Asian woman on the ground and shouted, “F–k you!” before running off, the sources said.

The victim refused medical attention.

A day earlier, another Asian woman was yelled at by an unknown man as she stood outside 71-11 Austin St. in Flushing around 10:30 a.m., according to sources.

The man spewed, “This is not China, you’re in America!” before trying to hit the 25-year-old with a hanger, sources said.

Both attacks, the latest in a string of anti-Asian bias incidents, were being probed as hate crimes.

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