"I think Asian representation is important and in the media, it's not equal [to] Caucasian [representation], for instance", said Maravilla, who is Filipino-American. Maybe we can change that'. They modeled for the photo, holding a McDonald's burger and fries, then edited it to look like the other images hanging inside the restaurant. "And hopefully one day I could see someone like me on the big screen". Maravilla also created a fake security badge identifying himself as a "regional interior coordinator" by the name of Jeff Bergara.
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Twenty-one-year-old Jehv Maravilla and his friend Christian Toledo hung the poster at one of the fast food chain's branches in Texas. In fact, it went 51 days unnoticed until they tweeted about it, which caught the eye of the Twitterverse.
"Mission accomplished!" he says outside in the vehicle as they're leaving.
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"I really hope they'll never take it down", he said in the video. "Remember, folks, all races deserve recognition", Maravilla says in the video. And I guess I did my part. I don't know why McDonald's marketing didn't include Asians, but often in the media Asian men are not shown as masculine and Asian women are just portrayed as cute and pretty.
"We take pride in highlighting diversity in every aspect of our restaurants. We applaud these students' creativity and hope to see them in our restaurants again soon", Mariselle Quijano, a McDonald's franchisee, said in an email statement.
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The pranksters made a decision to post their adventure to Maravilla's YouTube page, where a vlog of their shenanigans has been viewed more than 500,000 times.