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  1. Has he bleached his face? This is common among well off Indian women especially in the north of India.

    1. Actually, “pure” East Asians can be quite light pigmented naturally at birth ….. and if “protected” while growing up, will stay quite light — as long as one doesn’t go out into the Sun too much for that “all-encompassing” tan.

      It’s when some aborigine strains get mixed with the “pure” [East] Asians they gain some of the familiar pigmentation that we’re use to seeing — such as Malay (and similar) from the islands of the Pacific. And of course, when going further Westward and South, then you get the darker strains such as Indian, etc. And then there’s the aborigines of Australia, New Zealand and Indonesia (such as Borneo).

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