Arriving without family or spouses, the men often sought social interaction outside the confounds of their camps.
In search of intimacy with the opposite sex, sometimes resulting in cohabitation, the men openly engaged in interracial dating and relationships, a practice embraced by the local society.
Thus, a rise of incidents involving local college-aged females has resulted in an increased rate of Afro-Chinese infant births to single Kenyan mothers.
The population of Madagascar is primarily a mixture of various degrees of Austronesian and Bantu settlers from Southeast Asia (Borneo) and Southeast Africa (primarily Mozambique), respectively.
The organization has hired legal counsel seeking a formal investigation into the killings.
The group submitted official inquiry to both the Congolese and Japanese governments, to no avail.
The Chinese had supposedly traded with the locals, and had even loaded giraffes onto their ship to take back to China. Kristof found evidence that confirmed the man's story.
Such evidence included the Asian features of the people in the village, plus Asian-looking porcelain artifacts.
In the study of Malagasy, autosomal DNA shows the highlanders ethnic group like Merina are almost an even mixture of Southeast Asian and Bantu origin, while the coastal ethnic group have much higher Bantu mixture in their autosomal DNA suggesting they are mixture of new Bantu migrants and the already established highlander ethnic group.
During the 1970s, an increased demand for copper and cobalt attracted Japanese investments in the mineral-rich southeastern region of Katanga Province.
Over a 10-year period, more than 1,000 Japanese miners relocated to the region, confined to a strictly male-only camp.
Established in 1973, the Philippine Barangay Society of Nigeria addresses issues specific to over 1700 Nigerized Filipinos living in the country.
This acculturation has resulted in a small, but growing, number of biracial Nigerian-Filipinos births.