Mongoloid /ˈmɒŋ.ɡə.lɔɪd/ is a term for peoples indigenous to East Asia,
Central Asia, ... Traits more controversially ascribed to Mongoloids include high
In many Asian countries people relax and rest for long periods of time in a
squatting position ..... Many physical traits have nor correlation to skin color or
I assume this question refers to physical features,since it is easy to differentiate
these cultures ... Where does the stereotype of Japanese people having relatively
longer torsos than legs come from? Third ... V/C/K/J appearance, which may
represent only a minority of people in each country, yet is characteristic of each
Feb 29, 2008 ... Many East African peoples have elongated limbs and bodies that easily dissipate
heat. ... Fifty percent of whites and about 38 percent of Japanese can taste it. ...
Shorter gestation seems to be a characteristic of blacks that is ...
Typical attributes of major facial features in Asian and European faces are
grouped and demonstrated. ... commonly and thus can be considered
characteristic of a regional group. ... and so on) for each of the major facial
features found in people of East Asia or ... Asian American Beauty: A Discourse
on Body Image (video).
Sep 8, 2008 ... Are there REALLY distinctive physical features that can instantly tell a ... he is
saying that “People who have X or Y traits tend to be Koreans.
This legacy was picked up from 60 – 80,000 years ago, when successive waves
of modern humans began migrating from Africa into Asia and Europe, ...
Apr 29, 2011 ... I overheard a Japanese conversation between some coworkers ... If a Korean
person has strong features it's a little easier to tell (it's not really the ...... much
characteristic (hairstyle or facial feature) that tells you she's Korean.
Jun 25, 2015 ... Before coming to Japan, I had no idea how to distinguish Japanese, ... Korean
and Chinese, generally, have the same skin characteristics. ... in body built
among Japanese, Korean and Chinese people. ... 1. Facial Features.
Randomwire is the blog of David - a British technologist living and working in
Tokyo. Here he shares his thoughts on life in Asia, culture, design, technology,