As long as we're talking about minority heroes [HERE], I'm a bit disappointed that there aren't many Asian superheroes, especially considering how Asians make up like 1/3 of the total global population. I mean the only Asian heroes of any significance are probably: Psylocke (debatable since she only has an Asian body that rarely ever seems to be portrayed as Asian-looking), Karima, TBird III, Sunfire, Silver Samurai, Karma, Jubilee, Shang Chi, Xorn (maybe?), Amadeus Cho, and Jimmy Woo. And out of all of those, I think Jubilee, Amadeus and Jimmy are the only Asian-Americans, the rest are technically foreign nationals that "work" in the US. I know there are a couple more but they're either pretty minor or dead.
This is probably what peeves me most about Marvel. Except for Canada and Britain, they seem to completely neglect the rest of the global superhero community. I mean, it's already hard enough understanding why 90% of the entire US hero population is based in NYC, but the way things have been portrayed, 99% of the entire global hero population is in the US. I'm not saying they should just churn out minority heroes to put on the Avengers as quota fillers (since that hasn't exactly worked in the past), but they could definitely do a lot more to mention or even establish good, stable hero teams around the globe. Of the foreign teams out there, they are almost always created just so they can implode and disband. I just refuse to believe that out of the 1 billion plus people in China, they only have the Collective Ma(e)n (what exactly are his powers now?) to defend them (it's just as bad for India who only seem to have Karima and TBird3). I'm also finding it really hard to understand why all foreign heroes are pretty weak in comparison to US heroes. They're either just peak-human or easily defeated energy wielders.
Of all the Asian heroes with staying power, they're just about all female (Psylocke, Jubilee, Karima at the moment). The guys are guest stars at best (Sunfire, Silver Samurai). Hopefully the 50 States Plan is a move in the right direction in spreading out heroes. Maybe this could lead to a global exploration of heroes around the world.