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    Do Southeast Asians have West Eurasian ancestry?

    Do Southeast Asians have ancient West Eurasian ancestry? I mean like from interaction with South Asia or European trading and colonialism?

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    West indonesians and malay populaions have "south asian" specific caucasoid percentages of 5-10 percent, implying obvious mixture with south asian populations through trade chola conquest etc. Burmese populations such as mon also have it.

    http://www.harappadna.org/2012/03/pa...k11-admixture/

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    Quote Originally Posted by tamilgangster View Post
    West indonesians and malay populaions have "south asian" specific caucasoid percentages of 5-10 percent, implying obvious mixture with south asian populations through trade chola conquest etc. Burmese populations such as mon also have it.

    http://www.harappadna.org/2012/03/pa...k11-admixture/
    so west indonesians and malays are around 5-10% caucasoid/west eurasian ancestry on average? Do thais, cambodians and filipinos also have ancient West Eurasian ancestry? Are most of the Caucasoid ancestry in Southeast Asians come from trading and interaction with Chola and other Indian empires or European colonialism?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Khuur View Post
    so west indonesians and malays are around 5-10% caucasoid/west eurasian ancestry on average? Do thais, cambodians and filipinos also have ancient West Eurasian ancestry? Are most of the Caucasoid ancestry in Southeast Asians come from trading and interaction with Chola and other Indian empires or European colonialism?
    I wouldn't say that. Some SE Asians, particularly Muslims such as the Malay, possess relatively minor South Asian ancestry, which would amount to Western Eurasian, ANE, Basal Eurasian, and ASI admixture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khuur View Post
    so west indonesians and malays are around 5-10% caucasoid/west eurasian ancestry on average? Do thais, cambodians and filipinos also have ancient West Eurasian ancestry? Are most of the Caucasoid ancestry in Southeast Asians come from trading and interaction with Chola and other Indian empires or European colonialism?
    Filipinos have some spanish ancestry, but lack south or west asian related ancestry. West Asian ancestry does exist among muslim commonities in SE asia. THere are malays who have roots in arab countries,. Most of the west eurasian ancestry in SE asia(with the exception of filipinos) comes predates colonialism and comes from south asia, this is true for thailand burma, cambodia, indonesia and malaysia. In these countries though there ar communities of eurasian(who have european blood) but they form a distinct elite. South asian ancestry exists though among the mainstream population.(especially in burma and west indonesia, and the malay peninsula) But from the chart on harappa DNA I showed the west eurasian ancestry is a type specific to south asia. WIth the onge component, its hard to determine wheater its due to south asian admixture or indigenous type. In

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    Quote Originally Posted by tamilgangster View Post
    Filipinos have some spanish ancestry, but lack south or west asian related ancestry. West Asian ancestry does exist among muslim commonities in SE asia. THere are malays who have roots in arab countries,. Most of the west eurasian ancestry in SE asia(with the exception of filipinos) comes predates colonialism and comes from south asia, this is true for thailand burma, cambodia, indonesia and malaysia. In these countries though there ar communities of eurasian(who have european blood) but they form a distinct elite. South asian ancestry exists though among the mainstream population.(especially in burma and west indonesia, and the malay peninsula) But from the chart on harappa DNA I showed the west eurasian ancestry is a type specific to south asia. WIth the onge component, its hard to determine wheater its due to south asian admixture or indigenous type. In
    so on average SE Asians are what percentage in terms of West Eurasian vs East Eurasian ancestry?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tamilgangster View Post
    Filipinos have some spanish ancestry, but lack south or west asian related ancestry. West Asian ancestry does exist among muslim commonities in SE asia. THere are malays who have roots in arab countries,. Most of the west eurasian ancestry in SE asia(with the exception of filipinos) comes predates colonialism and comes from south asia, this is true for thailand burma, cambodia, indonesia and malaysia. In these countries though there ar communities of eurasian(who have european blood) but they form a distinct elite. South asian ancestry exists though among the mainstream population.(especially in burma and west indonesia, and the malay peninsula) But from the chart on harappa DNA I showed the west eurasian ancestry is a type specific to south asia. WIth the onge component, its hard to determine wheater its due to south asian admixture or indigenous type. In
    Spanish ancestry in the Philippines is not widespread and limited to certain classes of people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gihanga.rwanda View Post
    Spanish ancestry in the Philippines is not widespread and limited to certain classes of people.
    Yes im fully aware of that, but I was talking about spanish ancestry in respect to west eurasian ancestry, that its the most dominant type of west eurasian ancestry present

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