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Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Black in Thailand: We’re Treated Better Than Africans, It's All About The Economics

Being Black in Thailand: We're Treated Better Than Africans, and Boy Do We Hate It

AfrocatioN has visited Thailand, Australia and a number of Asian countries, it all comes down to economics. In Asia, Afro American are treated quite well, primarily because of their American status and a strong demeanour. Most Afro American who travel are educated professional and the majority travel with pride and in-turn receive respect. With that said, there is ill in all corners of the world, may it be Asia, Europe or the Americas. I've notice in some places someone will treat you bad until one realize or perceive you have economic clout at which point their attitude change to accommodate the newly learned hierarchy of needs or status.  

Outside the US, Afro Americas are treated as Americans and in some parts better than whites, primarily; because most Euro Americans are seen as being too arrogant.

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Monday, May 18, 2015

Asia, Angkor Wat and the Global African - The Foundation of Great Nations

Angkor Wat Review Ancient Black People of Cambodia As Told By The People. Must See Video! - YouTube

For those knowledgeable of Asia, people of African decent were the primary inhabitants as a far north as Japan. Being a minority, most live in the mountain regions and are know as the mountain people.

Khmer (Cambodians) are difference from Khmers rouges (French for "Red Khmers") which are of Malay and Chinese Cambodians. For example, in the Philippines their race is documented as Malayans since Filipino is not a race. 

In 1995 while in the Philippines AfrocatioN took a photo of an Aeta grand mother and daughter on Clark Air Force Base.  The Aeta (Ayta, pronounced EYE-tə), or Agta," who "are an indigenous people who live in scattered, isolated mountainous parts of the island of Luzon, the Philippines"

The Degar, also known as the Montagnard, are the indigenous peoples of the Central Highlands of Vietnam. The term Montagnard means "mountain people" in French and is a carryover from the French colonial period in Vietnam. In Vietnamese, they are known by the term người Thượng (Highlanders) - Wikipedia

Actually, there are many Afro Americans with relatives in the Philippines who look like the Degar of Vietnam.

 A U.S. Army Ranger trains Degar guerrillas

A trio of Aetas performing on stage at a show in SM City Clark in Pampanga.

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There Once Was An Island: Te Henua e Noho

There Once Was An Island: Te Henua e Noho

Trailer for There Once was an Island: Te Henua e Nnoho from On The Level Productions on Vimeo.

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Saturday, May 16, 2015

What Happened When Scientists Put African Americans On An African Diet And Africans On An American Diet | ThinkProgress

What Happened When Scientists Put African Americans On An African Diet And Africans On An American Diet
After the exchange, researchers performed colonoscopies on both groups and found that those in the African diet group increased the production of butyrate, a fatty acid proven to protect against colon cancer. Members of the American diet group, on the other hand, developed changes in their gut that scientists say precede the development of cancerous cells. 
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Friday, May 15, 2015

This Is How a Driverless Truck Works - Bloomberg Business

This is How a Driverless Truck Works

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