Youn Yuh-jung wins the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her role in “Minari”, on April 25 in Los Angeles. Photo: TNS
Youn Yuh-jung wins the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her role in “Minari”, on April 25 in Los Angeles. Photo: TNS
Curtis Chin
Opinion

Opinion

Curtis Chin

The Oscars are more diverse now, but Hollywood still has work to do in stopping Asian hate

  • Even as the Academy recognises Asians, we must not ignore the fact that, amid the coronavirus and a virus of hate, Asian stereotypes remain insidious
  • A connecting line can be drawn from the images Hollywood has created of Asians as perpetual foreigners to the all-too-real news images of attacks on Asians

Youn Yuh-jung wins the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her role in “Minari”, on April 25 in Los Angeles. Photo: TNS
Youn Yuh-jung wins the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her role in “Minari”, on April 25 in Los Angeles. Photo: TNS
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