Asian-American Woman Killed After Being Followed Home
When will the violence against women and anti-Asian hate stop?
Christina Yuna Lee was found dead in the bathtub of her apartment, viciously stabbed to death by a homeless man who followed her home. After returning from a night out, Lee came back to her Chinatown apartment, unaware that Assamad Nash trailed behind her, a mere six feet away, As her landlord Brian Chin, told WNBC, “She opened the door and he just slipped in right behind her. She never even knew he was there. The police arrived on the scene after two young women in the apartment building heard Lee’s cries for help.
This latest attack makes it disturbingly clear that the rampant violence against Asian-American women continues, as just last month Michelle Go, an Asian-American woman dedicated to helping at-risk New Yorkers was allegedly pushed by a man onto the subway tracks.
A senior creative producer at Splice, a digital music platform in New York City, Lee had a passion for fashion, fitness, art and music. The 35-year-old graduate from Rutgers University with a degree in Art History and described herself as a “strong arts and design professional” on LinkedIn.