Posted: Mon, June 25 2012 at 1:32 PM, Updated: Mon, June 25 2012 at 1:38 PM
The owner of a Vietnamese food cart in Grants Pass who was facing racial discrimination, says things are definitely looking brighter.
Despite the rain today, business is anything but soggy for Yung Hang.
The refugee orphan from Vietnam was being bullied by residents who yelled at him and threw explosive devices at his home.
However, since his story aired, hung says the community has come together in his support.
Hang says people have sent him and his wife cards, emails, and even flowers.
He says the outreach has really made his family feel like this is home.