For many Asian-American viewers, that is a positive, if sorely belated, development. A primary worry is that the Warner Bros. Wu added. Janice Chua, a producer on the film, initially agreed to comment, but later said she was unavailable. A spokeswoman for Warner Bros. Scott wrote in The New York Times.
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There isn't much genetic difference between Asians and Caucasians. But how can this be when the two groups look so different? It's because those differences are only skin deep. And they don't need much DNA to happen. Most of our DNA has nothing to do with how we look.
About four years ago blogger emeritus RPM of evolgen brought into sharp relief an issue which has nagged me:. But the roots of such terminology are a bit disturbing; it was postulated that the natives of the Caucasus exhibited the idealized physical appearance so the Caucasus were believed to be the birthplace of mankind. The logic behind this idea — the assumption that Whites exhibit the best physical appearance — is implicitly racist. The connotations of the term Caucasian along with the geographical absurdity of using that term to describe all Europeans or Whites are the two main reasons we should abandon the term. Up until the late s I had thought of people from the Caucasus mountains when I heard the term, but then I began to reorient my assumption because of its colloquial usage.
He hates it when I do this. So do I, really. We live in San Francisco, so this dip is as common as the hills.