Chris Rock took a stand against racism in Hollywood, but his call for diversity in the industry may not have stretched beyond his fellow African-American colleagues. Asians were at the butt of several jokes during the broadcast of the 88th Academy Awards on Sunday night, and Asian celebrities made sure to point out the inconsistencies of Rock's message.

Rock brought on three young Asian-American children to represent PricewaterhouseCoopers accountants, who tally the votes for the Oscars. He then joked that anyone offended by the joke should tweet about it on their phones "also made by these kids."

Jeremy Lin, NBA player for the Charlotte Hornets, tweeted on Monday, "Seriously though, when is this going to change?!? Tired of it being "cool" and "ok" to bash Asians."

Actors Jeffrey Wright ("The Hunger Games"), Harry Shum Jr. ("Shadowhunters") and Constance Wu ("Fresh Off the Boat") echoed Lin's thoughts on Twitter during the show.

Wu also shared a text from a friend who highlighted the hypocrisy of Rock's diversity message and the jokes about Asians.

Rock started the night off strong with his opening monologue that pulled no punches when it came to the controversy surrounding the lack of non-white Oscar nominations for the second year in a row.

He recognized that many people wanted him to quit as host in protest. He also compared this year's outrage over Oscar nominees to the more relevant outrage people of color felt in the '50s and '60s over lynchings and lack of civil rights.