The data says no. The advocacy group Stop AAPI Hate began tracking incidents in March 2020, and through March 2022 it received 11,500 self-reports of harassment and physical attacks. The reports are still coming in (Stop AAPI Hate hasn’t done a tally for 2023), and the group’s website became a place where people could convey “their everyday experiences with racism,” Cynthia Choi, one of the co-founders of Stop AAPI Hate, told the Editorial Board. The continued volume of incidents shows the problem remains “pervasive” and “systemic,” she said.