QUOTE(Burundai @ Apr 7 2008, 11:05 AM) [snapback]3620590[/snapback]
when I was in Kazakhstan in the summer of 2004, I saw many people whose face is like that of the Mongols, but not all of them, I would say about 40-45 percent. I was astonished, but those 45 percents (excluding the russians) exactly look like the Mongols, their face, body, hair, eyes, and the skin. But the another part of them resemble turks, tadjiks, iranians, many many other races, even the germans. So I made a conclusion: the kazakhs are somewhat like between mongols and turks and caucasians, that is why I saw many many beautiful and hot girls:) I wish I was there again in the future, but not now, I have to continue my studies.
Only about 63% of Kazak citizens are ethnic Kazaks anyway. And Kazakhstan had more non-Altaic migrants coming to live there as well than Mongolia. Before Asiatic Altaic people invaded the land, there were many Iranic Indo-European speaking people there. This could be the reason why you saw a lot of mixed Asian looking people. But of course the conquerers were Altaic C3-Haplogroup people, that is why many of them look similar to Mongols. But its okay if they look different, they are a completely different country, they should have their own look. But as long as Mongolians, Kazakhs, and Kyrgyz have that similar Asiatic/Altaic look, we are still one race.