"I could not believe that such a concept was approved for such a big, well-known company".
Mo told www.huffpost.com that she shared the clip as she was exhausted of large corporations portraying Asians in an offensive manner.
"What used to be considered "creativity" is now deemed by many to be "bad taste" or even "racist".
Her original tweet sharing the promotional video has been viewed over 2 million times, with many voicing their support of her stance.
"We are truly sorry that the ad has appeared insensitive to our community". Others angrily told her that she was overreacting or didn't have a sense of humour. It was, however, still being promoted on social media.
Israeli PM Netanyahu wins national election
Political analysts cautioned it was too early to be certain of the outcome, with many hours to go before a final tally is in. The last round of USA -brokered peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians collapsed in 2014.
Ko wins ANA Inspiration for first major title
She managed to hang onto a one-shot cushion over In-Kyung Kim, who birdied the final hole to slide into second at 7-under 209. She led comfortably for most of the day, though a pair of bogeys on the back nine saw her lead trimmed to one briefly.
Archer suspended 5 games; 2-game ban for Puig
Cincinnati manager David Bell stormed the field to argue the ruling, and both teams' dugouts and bullpens soon followed. The Pirates right-hander appealed the suspension, which was announced Tuesday.
Russia: Open to deliver more S-400 to Turkey
Asked if he agreed with Trump's description of the probe as a "witch hunt", Putin said: "President Trump knows better". The outcome of the Mueller investigation showed that "a mountain gave birth to a mouse", he said.
Merkel says backs longer Brexit delay than London seeking
But Brussels agreed an extension after the British parliament rejected the withdrawal agreement negotiated with May. If Britain finds an agreement before the end of the extension period, it would be able to leave the bloc earlier.
British mother facing jail in Dubai over Facebook posts
The FCO said in a statement: "Our staff are supporting a British woman and her family following her detention in the UAE". Damn you", before following up with a remark about her former husband's new wife that said, "You left me for this horse".