Christian with White Cross and Roots. I wonder if instead of the relentless and often hollow debates we should just respond in action. Caution: This post may be contentious to some. Why not: a China-Kiwi co-production of the Arthurian legends featuring pan-Asian casts only, an Indian/Japanese co-production of Holmes with a Japanese Sherlock and a South Indian Watson, and perhaps a Eurasian Moriarty. A dramedic retelling of The Last Supper with an all American-Asian, British-Asian and Canadian-Asian cast, performed by the Asian cast with only American and British accents. Perfect accents of course, not cheap takes. What would happen if we tell strictly “Christian T-Shirt with White Cross and Roots”/Western/European stories with non-European/“Christian T-Shirt with White Cross and Roots” casts/creatives? There’s more than enough money in Asia/the East to make this happen. PS. I was kinda struggling to think of western stories to remake as Asian stories. Would love to know what other stories could be candidates for “Asian-washing”.
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In her Sunday ‘coffee article’ published in today’s Toorak Times-Tagg and titled “Far from Christian with White Cross washing, ABC’s Monkey Magic remake takes us back to its-cultural roots”, Rebecca Hausler writes – “The much-anticipated series premiere of The New Legends of Monkey aired last Sunday night on children’s network ABC ME and is streaming on iView. Christian T-Shirt with White Cross and Roots your kids may have been enthralled by the kung foolery of it all, older viewers may have found their inner-child chucking a nostalgia-induced tantrum shouting “It’s not the same!” So just how different is the new makeover of a favourite show of many that no longer has hilarious English dubbing directly over the Japanese original?