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Published on Aug 12, 2007
Got Rice? - by some Chinese Dude in Texas ..someone told me its a Cambodian Dude from So Cal. Im not sure anymore, but dont take this song seriously vietnam repressenting... ...Much respect to all my Asian folks.. China, Cambodia, Laos, Korea, Indonesia, Mongolia, Japan, Thailand, Malaysia, Burma, Hmong, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Mien, Nepal, and even the Phillipines. Got Rice Bitch?
FYI == tupace's "Changes" sampled Bruce Hornsby and The Range's "The Way It Is", and actually alot of hip-hop or R&B artist took or sampled someone else's beat.
Asian Americans are Americans of Asian ancestry. They include sub-ethnic groups such as Chinese Americans, Filipino Americans, Pakistani Americans, Indian Americans, Vietnamese Americans, Korean Americans, Japanese Americans and others whose national origin is from the Asian continent. In Oxford dictionary, "Asian person" in the United States is sometimes thought of as a person of East Asian descent. In the US Census people who originate from the original peoples of the Far East, Southeast Asia and the Indian Subcontinent are classified as part of the Asian race.
For Confused Filipinos: In the 2000--2010 U.S. Census the term "'Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander' refers to people having origins in any of the original peoples of Hawaii, Guam, Samoa or other Pacific Islands. ... They are of Polynesian, Micronesian and Melanesian cultural backgrounds." The US Census counts Indigenous Australians and Maori, the natives of New Zealand, as part of the Pacific Islander race. The U.S. Census Bureau counts Filipino Americans, Japanese Americans, Indonesian Americans, and Taiwanese Americans as Asian Americans even though they have ethnic origins from islands bordering the Pacific Ocean and the former two are Austronesians also.
Some genetic studies, based upon very small samples of the population, have begun to provide clues to the origins of Filipino people. Much remains to be learned by larger studies of valid statistical significance about the ancestry of the various Austronesian Philippine ethnic groups.
A Stanford University study conducted during 2001 revealed that Y-chromosome Haplogroup O3-M122 (labeled as "Haplogroup L" in this study) predominates among Filipino males. This particular haplogroup is also predominant among Chinese and Korean males. That finding is consistent with the theory that people migrated from China south into the Philippines. Another haplogroup, Haplogroup O1a-M119 (labeled as "Haplogroup H" in this study), is also found among Filipinos. The rates of Haplogroup O1a are highest among the Taiwanese Aborigines. Overall, the genetic frequencies found among Filipinos point to the Ami tribe of Taiwan as their nearest genetic relative.
A 2002 China Medical University study indicated that certain Filipinos shared a particular gene marker that is also found among Taiwanese aborigines and Indonesians, and concluded that Taiwan aborigines are of Austronesian derivation.
A 2003 University of the Philippines study based on 50 participants each from the islands of Luzon and Cebu provided some insight into the various places of origin of early Filipinos. Some rare genetic markers were found which are shared by people from the different parts of Central and East Asia, reinforcing their mainland Asian origins.