Too late. We moved on to stereotyping the Amish in the other thread
A famous TV chef was doing a program in China where he was offerred dog meat to eat. The next morning this was the topic of conversation at the coffee machine. One English girl labelled it as 'barbaric' that Chinese people would eat dog meat.
I pointed out that a) it is only common in the countryside and only among people of my father's generation and that today's generation is more interested in McDonalds and b) it is no more 'barbaric' than the English eating cute furry little bunny wabbits (sic) or little lambs. And don't get me started on tripe, haggis and pigs and what they eat
My words of enlightenment fell on deaf (ignorant) ears but hopefully some of the audience at the coffee machine had a rethink about their prejudices.
Often the people concerned will continue in their ignorance but only by raising stereotypes can one knock them down and if only one person leaves the conversation with the thought "hmm... I never thought of it from that viewpoint" then mission accomplished.