Originally Posted by DidYouknow
Spelling isnt a concern because this isnt for any of my classes. A number of people within the asian community bash their own culture saying about the exact same thing you would say in regards to making "us" look bad. What i said was that asians arent playing dominant roles. Please show me movies where there is an asian stock broker as the main character, Or a gang movie with a solid plot with the asians speaking perfect english without an accent. List goes on and on, I just used wallstreet, and Mob movies in particular. Also you should focus on the substance rather then throwing words around to mask bs. If you have anything else to say p.m. Your making a fool out of yo
I guess I'll have to spell it out for you since you're too dense to sit down and think it through yourself.
You cannot compare acting in the movie industry to becoming a CEO in the workforce because of several reasons. Assuming a perfect workplace, becoming a CEO is based on merit including hard work, intelligence, leadership skills and spelling. Even though the workplace isn't perfect, everyone proclaims that hard work will get you whatever you want so it's an ideal that we all uphold. When you look at Hollywood, the best actor does NOT always get the leading role. So much depends on what the actor looks like, whether he/she fits the role in the movie, whether the audience will like the actor, and whether the producer/director wants to hire the actor in the first place; this creates a reward system that is superficially biased so that there isn't a level playing ground for everyone. That is why I say it is based on social stigmas.
Understand? Now go make sure you finish your homework before Monday.