No, no, not one like this. God forbid. You'll catch diabetes from her (fingers crossed she is dead and has no relatives).
Ok, I am, as we say in Australia, having a go. Woolworths is probably doing a very good thing and should be applauded.
Non Anlgo Saxon looks in advertising in an interesting subject. I have noted of late that we now see Asian people in ads on Australian tv, mind, not too Asian looking, but obviously Asian. So no, you won't see a badly dressed Chinese mainland person in our tv ads, but you will see a successful Asian family living the dream, such as it is, of being high achievers and being just like successful white people. How good is that!
Our private schools just love the Asian/Indian heritage Aussie parent dollars, almost as much as they like minimum wage earning taxpayer's dollars. They put up billboards to attract new students and empire build, which they are doing extremely successfully. Did I read Wesley College has opened a Spencer Street campus? Oh, I missed this one, from the Sydney Morning Herald.
The billboards will always have a photo of a white student, but there must also be an Asian looking student and or an Indian looking student too, mind, not too Asian. Eyes have to be wide. Not too Indian, not too dark. Good lord, before you know it, they will putting up pictures of face covered female students with only their eyes showing.
Never underestimate the advertising gods. They know what they are doing. A little of the white person magic will rub off onto the children of these aspirational immigrants and they may almost be seen as an equal to whites in adult lives, depending on how useful seeing them as an equal by white people may be. Treat our Asian and Indian heritage folk well. They may well be dishing out your pension and paying their taxes to give you your pension.
Note to you foreign type readers: In Australia, Asian does not include Indians, Sri Lankans etc. We say Indians when referring to people from the sub continent. We divide the world's continents a little differently.
Later edit: Of course you cannot catch diabetes and this was written with provocation in mind and a great deal of cynicism.