Michelle Yeoh and Ke Huy Quan made history at the Oscars as the first Asian actors to win awards in the same year. The two actors were honored for their respective roles in same movie. Yeoh won Best Actress for her performance in ““Everything Everywhere All at Once.” while Quan won Best Supporting Actor for his role in same movie.
This milestone highlights the growing diversity and inclusion in Hollywood, as well as the talent and contributions of Asian actors to the film industry.
This year’s Oscars saw “Everything Everywhere All at Once” dominate the night, winning seven awards including Best Picture. The film’s success was particularly noteworthy due to its celebration of Asian and Asian American representation, with the cast and crew featuring a diverse range of talent from these communities.
The movie has been hailed as a landmark moment for the film industry, which has long struggled with issues of diversity and inclusion. By recognizing the contributions of Asian and Asian American artists, “Everything Everywhere All at Once” has helped to pave the way for a more inclusive and representative Hollywood.