Dion Lim

reporter and anchor for KGO-TV (ABC 7) in San Francisco

Dion Lim on KCRW

At the San Francisco restaurant called Hilda and Jesse , management asked three armed officers to leave last week, saying their presence and their guns were making their workers…

SF restaurant gets in trouble for kicking out armed cops who made employees nervous

At the San Francisco restaurant called Hilda and Jesse , management asked three armed officers to leave last week, saying their presence and their guns were making their workers…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

"While 20-plus incidents over a two-week period sounds like a lot, that's really just a drop in the bucket,” says reporter Dion Lim.

Many elderly Asian Americans are being attacked in NorCal. This is different from COVID racial bias

"While 20-plus incidents over a two-week period sounds like a lot, that's really just a drop in the bucket,” says reporter Dion Lim.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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