Caucasians and Asians don't examine faces in the same way, according to new research. Previous studies have shown that people collect information by mostly studying the eyes as well as the mouth of a face. Questioning the universality of facial recognition began after studies showed that Asians study faces in an overall fashion, while Caucasians break down faces into distinct parts. Blais used a camera designed to track eye movements to study 14 Caucasian and 14 Asian participants. As part of the experiment, subjects were shown Caucasian and Asian faces and asked to report if they had seen the face before and to name the dominating trait. The study confirmed that Caucasians study the triangle of the eyes and mouth, while Asians focus on the nose. Caucasian and Asian subjects excelled at recognizing someone of their race, yet both had the same level of difficulty in identifying someone of another ethnic group.
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For defenders of Ghost in the Shell , deft screenwriting enabled Johansson — who is not Japanese — to play the lead role of a Japanese woman. He sees whitewashing as a contemporary revival of historic yellowface: a practice related to American traditions of blackface and, like blackface, popularized in early American theater and cinema. One of the earliest documented examples of yellowface is the midth-century production of The Orphan of China , adapted from the 13th-century Chinese play The Orphan of Zhao.