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Historically, Afro-Asian populations have been marginalized as a result of human migration and social conflict.Not to be confused with those from Afroasiatic speaking areas of Africa and West Asia, originally also called Afro-asian or Middle Eastern-North African.98% of the Chinese traced their origin from Guangdong, specifically the Cantonese district of Shunde.For example, the census alone in 1954 census found 1,111 "irregular" Chinese-Malagasy unions, and 125 legitimate, i.e., legally married, partnerships.The practice forced many native Katangan mothers to hide their children by not reporting to the hospital to give birth.Today, fifty Afro-Japanese have formed an association of Katanga Infanticide survivors.Multiple testimonies of local people suggest that the infants were poisoned by a Japanese lead physician and nurse working at the local mining hospital.Subsequently, the circumstances would have brought the miners shame as most of them already had families back in their native Japan.
Such evidence included the Asian features of the people in the village, plus Asian-looking porcelain artifacts.
About 25% of the population is Creole (of mixed French and African descent), and there are small numbers of people of Chinese and Franco-Mauritian descent.
Since the 1970s, Nigeria has been a slow, but steady, increase in the immigrant Filipino population drawn by the oil industry.
In the study of "The Dual Origin of the Malagasy in Island Southeast Asia and East Africa: Evidence from Maternal and Paternal Lineages" shows the Bantu maternal origin to be 38% and Paternal 51% while the Southeast Asian paternal to be 34% and maternal 62%.
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.
One example is immigrant East Indian laborer Francisco Kashu Alimama who remained in Moka after the death of his last living relative.