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People say there’s a slight difference in the eyes, but I really don’t see it. The first one shows 10 different Asian women, some are Japanese, some are Chinese and some are Korean. If so, I tip my cap to you, because I certainly couldn't pinpoint anything other than my gut feeling.
Just like my coworkers did to me, I'm going to pose the question to you. Looking at so many different, beautiful Asian faces made me think about another post I did about "The Eight Standards of Japanese Beauty." Seeing how the faces so many of the "glamorous" photos in this quiz are eerily similar, I wonder if the list of Japanese beauty standards I observed, applies to Chinese and Korean beauty as well. At the end of the day, we all have different faces, different cultures and even different imperfections.
Okay, that one's true, but that's beside the point.
My coworkers were discussing how they had hard time telling the difference between Asian nationalities.
How did the idea for this quiz come about, you ask? I remember having lunch with my AEON coworkers one day (during my extended eikaiwa stint).
They all, almost in unison, turned to me and asked if I could tell the difference between Chinese, Japanese and Korean faces. Sometimes I can distinguish Korean faces and Japanese ones but not all the time.
If a Korean person has strong facial features it’s a little easier to tell (it’s not really the eyes so much as it higher, more defined cheekbones, and a stronger jawline (in men).
; in fact, women of all races seemed to strongly prefer White men, save Black women who were the only ones to rate Black men positively.
Asian men were considered the least desirable race overall, with even Asian women choosing White men over them.