Mixed-blood, pan-Asian beauty battle

Mixed-blood, pan-Asian beauty battle - Asia Sentinel, March 2007
...It’s called the pan-Asian face, and it usually means olive skin, black hair—and probably a Caucasian parent. That sticks in the craw of Zainuddin Maidin, Malaysia’s information minister, who in January demanded that the number of pan-Asians be reduced on local television and replaced with ethnic Malay faces.  Already, two government-owned television stations are forbidden to use anything but Malay models in their advertisements...
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