In the wake of a public pummelling, Macleans magazine has changed the title of a controversial article for a second time.
Initially entitled "Too Asian", the piece focused on anxieties about the number of students of Asian descent on some university campuses, including the University of British Columbia.
The magazine later added a question mark, so the title became "Too Asian?".
Now, the article has been renamed again to "The enrollment controversy".
The move came after Victoria city council passed a motion to write a letter to Macleans expressing concern for the article's title and that "some of the content may be perceived as racist in nature".
Tetsuro Shigematsu created this video in response to the Macleans article formerly known as "Too Asian".
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