When the biracial U.S. President Barack Obama visits South Korea tomorrow, he will be visiting a country grappling with its prejudices about race.
An independent investigator for the UN says racism in Japan is deep and profound, and the government does not recognise the depth of the problem.
''Chinese students do not like most African students,'' a young Chinese man, an electronics student at Beijing University, said with typical bluntness. ''The Africans usually are not high quality people. They have a bad attitude, and they do bad things.''
Don't think you could ever play this commercial in most countries..anyway..