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M iley Cyrus was accused of mocking people of Asian descent when a photo was leaked on the internet Click here to see the photo. The Organisation of Chinese American OCA said in a statement: "The photograph of Miley Cyrus and other individuals slanting their eyes currently circulating the internet is offensive to the Asian Pacific American community and sets a terrible example for her many young fans. Executive Director of OCA George Wu said: "Not only has Miley Cyrus and the other individuals in the photograph encouraged and legitimised the taunting and mocking of people of Asian descent, she has also insulted her many Asian Pacific American fans. OCA hopes that Miley Cyrus will apologise to her fans and the APA community for this lapse in judgment and takes the opportunity to better understand why the gesture is offensive. Miley's representative is yet to comment on the allegations.
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Miley Cyrus in racism row over 'slant eyed' photo gaffe
Miley Cyrus' slant-eye pose slammed by Asian group - Reuters
Teenage pop star Miley Cyrus has denied accusations of racism after a picture of the star making a slanty-eyed face surfaced on the internet. She responded by claiming she was "simply making a goofy face". The year-old Disney star, who shot to fame after starring in the Hannah Montana TV series, has been accused by the Organisation of Chinese Americans of setting a "terrible example for her many young fans". The statement also said: "[the] image falls within a long and unfortunate history of people mocking and denigrating individuals of Asian descent
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Pictured: Miley Cyrus pulling the 'slant-eye' pose that has upset Asian fans of Hannah Montana
Less than a year after her infamous Vanity Fair shoot, another photo of teen queen Miley Cyrus is causing controversy. In a photograph taken with boyfriend Justin Gaston and a group of friends, the Hannah Montana star, 16, pulls a slant-eye pose in an apparent attempt to 'look Asian'. After the image was leaked on to the internet, Asian American groups have condemned the pose as 'racist' and demanded an apology from the teenager. A spokesman for the Organisation of Chinese American OCA said: 'The photo falls within a long and unfortunate history of people mocking and denigrating individuals of Asian descent. The OCA said the inclusion of an Asian American in the photo, the only one in a group of eight who wasn't pulling a face, did not make the image acceptable.
When did that become newsworthy? It seems someone is trying to make something out of nothing to me. The photo, making the rounds online, shows the "Hannah Montana" star and five friends squinting their eyes into a slanted expression. An Asian man sits next to Cyrus, not participating in the group pose.