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Old 04-06-2014, 06:55 AM
 
Location: West Jakarta + Tangerang
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Originally Posted by The Postman View Post
Some natives of Southern Thailand
Javanese
Malay/native Filipinos
Khmer
Taiwanese aborigine (unmixed)/Dayak/Iban
Lowland Lao
Central Thai
Vietnamese
Southern Chinese and rural Chinese/Tibetan/Karen/Hmong
Northern/Central Chinese (urban)/Korean/Mongolian
Japanese/Evenki/Nivikh/Yakut/Buryat/Ainu/Uyghur/Kazakh
Javanese can put also for populations such as those in West Java "Sundanese People".. which obviously has a light skin types, especially some of the east Javanese ...upper class / rich/actris/actors etc also has a light skin type .
and especially people Bandung "Sundanese people " I could put them on the skin type among East Asian people.
unless you put the population of eastern Javanese or Madurese .then Malay people in Sumatra are different from those of Malay penisula in malaysia.

Many ethnic grup in Indonesia with rich colour skin parts of our great country: skin color ranges from light or yellow to light brown to very dark brown or black skin color^^^

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Old 04-06-2014, 06:59 AM
 
Location: Filipinas
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Are there people in your Filipino family who look Negrito ?
Well we are mostly light brown to dark brown. We don't have a family member that looks like Negrito, but who knows maybe we have negrito ancestor.

I know they do mix the population.
 
Old 04-06-2014, 07:04 AM
 
Location: Melbourne, Australia
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Well we are mostly light brown to dark brown. We don't have a family member that looks like Negrito, but who knows maybe we have negrito ancestor.

I know they do mix the population.
What % of Filipinos would you guess have some negrito?
 
Old 04-06-2014, 07:13 AM
 
Location: Filipinas
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What % of Filipinos would you guess have some negrito?
We cannot really say how much % lol as we don't really do surveys. They only do surveys on how many people live in your house
 
Old 04-06-2014, 07:16 AM
 
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Well we are mostly light brown to dark brown. We don't have a family member that looks like Negrito, but who knows maybe we have negrito ancestor.

I know they do mix the population.
Do you have Brown skin ? Are you one of those Filipinas that Western White men find exotic ?
 
Old 04-06-2014, 07:22 AM
 
Location: Filipinas
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Do you have Brown skin ? Are you one of those Filipinas that Western White men find exotic ?
I have light brown skin, It depends on the face too. I find all colors beautiful but it depends on the face
 
Old 04-06-2014, 10:57 AM
 
Location: Eindhoven, Netherlands
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Indonesian
Malaysian
Filipino
Cambodian
Burmese
Lao
Thai
Vietnamese
Chinese
Mongolian
Korean
Japanese
Siberian

Not sure where to rank the Stani's, Nepali's, Bhutanese, Singaporeans, Bruneians, Hong Kongers and Taiwanese.
 
Old 04-06-2014, 02:37 PM
 
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Originally Posted by The Postman View Post
Some natives of Southern Thailand
Javanese
Malay/native Filipinos
Khmer
Taiwanese aborigine (unmixed)/Dayak/Iban
Lowland Lao
Central Thai
Vietnamese
Southern Chinese and rural Chinese/Tibetan/Karen/Hmong
Northern/Central Chinese (urban)/Korean/Mongolian
Japanese/Evenki/Nivikh/Yakut/Buryat/Ainu/Uyghur/Kazakh
How about Northern Lao/Thai? Where would you put them?

My list darkest to lightest....

1.Khmer
2.Malay/native Filipinos/Some native of Southern Vietnam/Some natives of Southern Thailand/Javanese/majority of Indonesian
3.Taiwanese aborigine (unmixed)/Dayak/Iban
4.Lowland Lao/Central Thai/Central Vietnamese
5.Southern Chinese/rural Chinese/Tibetan/Karen/Hmong/Northern Lao/Northern Thai/Northern Vietnamese
6.Northern/Central Chinese (urban)/Korean/Mongolian/Japanese
7.Evenki/Nivikh/Yakut/Buryat/Ainu/Uyghur/Kazakh

This is based on the skin color map


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_skin_color

Last edited by Ezio_Auditore; 04-06-2014 at 04:05 PM..
 
Old 04-06-2014, 03:05 PM
 
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How about Northern Lao/Thai? Where would you put them?

My list darkest to lightest....

1.Khmer
2.Malay/native Filipinos/Some native of Southern Vietnam/Some natives of Southern Thailand/Javanese/majority of Indonesian
3.Taiwanese aborigine (unmixed)/Dayak/Iban
4.Lowland Lao/Central Thai/Central Vietnamese
5.Northern Lao/Northern Thai/Northern Vietnamese/Southern Chinese/rural Chinese/Tibetan/Karen/Hmong
6.Northern/Central Chinese (urban)/Korean/Mongolian/Japanese
7.Evenki/Nivikh/Yakut/Buryat/Ainu/Uyghur/Kazakh

This is based on the skin color map


Human skin color - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
On that map why are Australians darker than Southeast Asians like Filipinos, Thais, Indonesians, and Khmer ? Unless they are only talking about Aboriginal Australians and not White Australians.

I know Australia has warm weather but that warm weather has not darken the skin of White Australians that much.
 
Old 04-06-2014, 03:18 PM
 
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On that map why are Australians darker than Southeast Asians like Filipinos, Thais, Indonesians, and Khmer ? Unless they are only talking about Aboriginal Australians and not White Australians.

I know Australia has warm weather but that warm weather has not darken the skin of White Australians that much.
It's seem they are only talking about aboriginal.

The aboriginal of most of the area of mainland SEA(Vietnam/Thailand/Laos) are Mon-Khmer people(pure unmixed Vietnamese/Khmer/Suy/Mon). Mon-Khmer people have dark skin just like people of insular Southeast East such as Filipino/Indonesian/Malaysian(Austronesian). But both people have different facial construction.

The Tai/Dai ethnic(ture Lao/Thai) that migrate from South-western China(Do not call them Chinese, just call them Dai/Tai) in 13th century whom are mainly populated as majority of in Laos and Thailand population today doesn't seem to be count on this map except the area of Northern Laos,Northern Thailand and South-Western China(which seem like the Tai/Dai ethnic used to populated in those area at first place before the migrate to the South).

Kind of like the same case that they didn't account European-Australian(who are majority of Australian today) into the map, but instead they account Australian aboriginal instead.



Based on the map...
1.All Northeast Asian(Japanese/Northern Chinese/Middle Chinese/Korean/ other Northern east Asian) are all under 12-14.

2.Mainland Southeast Asian
1/2 of the area of Laos are under 15-17
1/3 of the area of Thailand are under 15-17
1/4 of the area of Vietnam(above Hainan island)are under 15-17.

3.Majority of Maritime Southeast Asian(Filipino/Indonesian/Malaysian) are under 18-20.

4.Cambodia,some people of maritime SEA, area of Vietnam/Thailand/Laos that close to Cambodia are under 21-23

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