Korean-American author Wesley Yang, who recently wrote a controversial article in New York Magazine, asserts that many US offices have appeared “bamboo ceilings” that have the ability to discreetly suppress Asians from allowing they rise. Mr. Yang confirmed that in business professions over the decades, people of Asian descent have dominated such as business, law, medicine and information technology. But now there are very few Asians who have won management and director positions.|Mr. Yang denounces this “unconscious bias”, but criticizes more heavily than Asians for perpetuating prejudice. In particular, the incompetence of East Asians in expressing their emotions, initiatives and wills means that there is a prejudice to see Asians as robots rather than humans.|In other words, Asians in the West are valued as sturdy and durable Honda motorcycles, but lacking the modern and fashionable features of Vespa motorcycles and falling far behind the powerful and luxurious BMW cars. This means that in the West Asian employees are considered excellent, as long as they work hard and don’t ask too much.
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