Larry Auster shows here how the New York Times wants everyone to think that Japanese people are just as badly behaved as blacks in a disaster.
To look at the question of antisocial behavior more objectively and quantitatively, let's use GSS data to see how often Japanese Americans are arrested by police. Of a sample of 17 respondents, ZERO have ever been arrested. But perhaps that's just the accident of a small sample. Let's throw in the 21 Chinese Americans who were asked the same question. How many arrested now? Still ZERO.