World famous Angkor wat in Cambodia built in the 12 th century by King Suryavarman 2 according to current history. The first Cambodians,the original Khmer were like original .S.E Asians as explained by a noted expert: In 1923, in his Racial History of Man, a hallmark work in ethnology and anthropology, Harvard University anthropologist and Librarian of the Peabody Museum, Roland Burrage Dixon (1875-1934) noted that the ancient Khmers were physically:http://www.cwo.com/~lucumi/cambodia.html
"marked by distinctly short stature, dark skin, curly or even frizzly hair, broad nose and thick negroid lips. While metrical data are almost wholly lacking, it seems probable that we have, in the latter group, the much mixed survivors of an early Negroid stratum, of mixed Proto-Australoid and Proto-Negroid types (with perhaps some Negrito)."
These are random Khmers. The black/Mongol mix is evident.
A biblical anthropologist made a startling announcement recently. Alice Linley declared: Angkor Wat in Cambodia is a symbolic representation of Mount Meru. Angkor Wat faces west toward the Nile. Angkor Wat and the Egyptian royal tombs correspond in form to the number 72. The number 72 represents represents the numerical sequence linked to the earth’s axial precession, which causes the apparent alteration in the position of the constellations one degree every 72 years. It has been noted also that Angkor Wat is located 72 degrees of longitude east of the Pyramids of Giza. The name Angkor correlates with the ancient Egyptian Anhk-Hor, meaning "May Horus Live."http://jandyongenesis.blogspot.com/search?q=angkor+wat
The implications are interesting. They not only confirm a continuous African presence but make the case for much earlier settlement,before the Mongolians,the modern Asians even existed.Whatever one believes the case is strong as there are still blacks throughout the region.
There is another group of black/Mongol hybrids,the Moken sea gypsies,who are nomadic fishermen living off the Thai and Burmese coasts.
Here's Horus the Egyptian Christ depicted on an Angkor wat frieze: