Katanga Afro-Japanese[ edit ] During the s, an increased demand for copper and cobalt attracted Japanese investments in the mineral-rich southeastern region of Katanga Province. Over a year period, more than 1, Japanese miners relocated to the region, confined to a strictly male-only camp. Arriving without family or spouses, the men often sought social interaction outside the confounds of their camps. In search of intimacy with the opposite sex, sometimes resulting in cohabitation, the men openly engaged in interracial dating and relationships, a practice embraced by the local society. As a result, a number of Japanese miners fathered children with Native Congolese women.
Eurasian (mixed ancestry)
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Overview[ edit ] Eurasians include people with ancestry from anywhere in Europe and anywhere in Asia. These mixed offspring were later called Anglo-Indians. In addition to British many were also of mixed Portuguese , Dutch , Irish or, more rarely, French descent. The term has been used in anthropological literature since the s.