Asian persuasion is at an all time high. Like Chendol, both Malaysia and Singapore want to claim him as our own. Instead, look out for Golding in Last Christmas—a festive romantic comedy that sees him reunited with his onscreen mum Michelle Yeoh.
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.
As the film and TV industry grow in diversity, who do you think are the biggest Asians in Hollywood right now? In short, the best Asian actors continue to rise and land serious roles on the big screen. Who's your pick for the most popular Asian actors in Hollywood right now?
World Health Organisation estimates that in6. While historically in Asia, there has been a lack of openness with regards hearing loss, some Asian celebrities have publicly acknowledged their hearing loss and revealed their methods of coping. She discovered that her hearing loss during a hearing test at age 7.
With all eyes on them, celebrities are under constant pressure to look fabulous. Needless to say, they also work with the best professionals when it comes to makeup artists, hair stylists and fitness instructors to help them look their best, which explains why they are often privy to the best beauty secrets and tips. Here, we round up the top 12 beauty habits our favourite Asian celebrities practice:.
Oh, and starring in your favorite dreams. Maggie, you lucky girl, you. He has a degree in psychology, but the daring man gave up that route to follow what he loves: acting.
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.
In celebration of International Women's Day, we are highlighting some of the most aspirational and generous women in the entertainment business. From charity work to shedding light on issues such as gender inequality, these badass women are using their public platform to do good. Beyond their good looks and body of work, we highly recommend following these incredible Asian female celebrities as they continue to be trailblazers in the industry they're in.
No matter what their background is, everyone has struggled with beauty standards. But when it comes to Asian-Americans there are two standards at play: Asian standards and American standards. Take a look at stars like Priyanka Chopra, Constance Wu and Olivia Munn who have spoken out against both Asian and American beauty standards, and got candid about the pressure to meet both. Asian-Americans are often stuck between two worlds: their Asian side and their American side, and beauty standards are one example of how these identities often struggle to coincide.