Chinese student vs. korean student by Grapefruit Juice

What I observed that I think could be harmful:
The background for “Chinese student” appears weathered, with fractured bricks and rural homes, whereas the setting for “Korean students” is much more modern, with contemporary architectural elements like concrete and glass.

Why I think this could be harmful, and to whom:
1. The background implies China as backward or underdeveloped compared to South Korea, which can contribute to misconceptions and oversimplified views of these diverse nations.

How I think this issue could potentially be fixed:
Instead of making generalizations about entire cultures or nations, maybe focus on specific elements relevant to the context, such as traditions, customs, architectural styles, etc.

Note, this audit report is relevant to poster’s own identity and/or people and communities the poster care about.