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You've probably seen all your favourite Asian celebs all glammed up on the television and in photos. These photos show that even the most glamourous of celebrities can look simply ordinary in their ID photos. Go to Lollipop for more stories.
Every year, more and more people are born to parents of different races. Some very famous people have one Asian parent and one parent of a different race and ethnicity. Many of these celebs identify with both of their unique cultures.
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She may have looked serious in her yearbook shot, but there would be no keeping a class clown down. Instead of becoming a marine biologist, Bomer became an actor, starring in Magic MikeAmerican Horror Story and other titles. The future soccer star is seen here with his dad, years before becoming the household name he is today.
Time to bring out your judgy-face now, because you know, it is our monthly Who Wore It Better article. One thing that all the celebrities try but never seem to be able to avoid is outfit clash. We have gathered some great clothing clash pictures from our favorite celebrities this month to sharpen our fashion sense together.
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Even if the industry still has a long way to go — for instance, the major issue of whitewashing or casting white actors in Asian roles — it's comforting to watch these young stars kill it on the big screen. From Fresh Off the Boat 's modern Asian family to this year's majority-Asian cast in Crazy Rich Asiansthe importance of appealing to all audiences is finally starting to become a priority for producers. And it's about time. Representation matters, and it's up to more than just the creators of the hashtags like StarringJohnCho and StarringConstanceWu to make a difference.