Could it be argued that racism in racially homogeneous nations, like Japan or South Korea, is cultural? And if so, should we be more 'accepting' and 'tolerant' of something that's pervasive in these countries, but is rejected by mainstream Western society? Behaviour and social standards that fit soundly within the definition of racism exist in places that overall enjoy a racial homogeneous demographic eg. the majority of the Far East and Africa. So, should we condem their racism across the board; or accept/celebrate it as a part of their culture?