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‘F*ck your ginseng!’ Watch San Francisco tour guide’s racist Chinatown rant

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A sightseeing tour guide in San Francisco went off on a racist rant against the city’s Chinese population on her last day of work, KGO reports.

The video of the woman — whose name is not known — was posted by German tourists. In it, she complains about the alleged inability of Chinese immigrants in San Francisco to assimilate to American culture.

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“F*ck your preschools and all your little preschoolers, making all that noise at six in the morning when I was trying to live here,” she began.

“F*ck your salons, f*ck your little herb gardens, f*ck your little seafood f*cking markets with your turtles and your frogs inside,” she continued. “When you come to America, you’ve gotta assimilate a little bit, and here in America, we don’t eat turtles and frogs.”

“But they’ve got to bring that here to America,” she said. “There’s a limit. F*ck your laundry, hanging out the windows. F*ck your three or four people inside each of your little [single resident occupancy units]. F*ck your noise, f*ck your parades, f*ck your dragons. F*ck this sh*t, f*ck Chinatown.”

At which point, many of the passengers on the tour began to applaud wildly, which only seemed to encourage her.

“F*ck your ginseng,” she yelled, leaning over the railing of the tour bus. “F*ck your little hair salons, where nobody in there knows how to f*cking speak English. F*ck your Chinatown gates, f*ck your little BART stop that you’re building here, which is f*cking up traffic.”

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“F*ck your jade, nobody wears jade anymore,” she said. “F*ck your knock-off ass purses and your knock-off ass suitcases.”

At the end of the tour, she encouraged the passengers to join in. “One, two, three,” she shouted, “F*ck Chinatown!”

In the video, she can be seen holding and taking swigs from a bottle of what appears to be beer.

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Watch the entire video, which is not safe for work, below.

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