You can watch dna study about our origins in YouTube. The documentary program is called 'a jurney of a man'
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You're talking about Spencer Wells' The Journey of Man. It's not quite what you said because the way "Asian" is interpreted is as in what we used to say as Oriental (like Chinese or Japanese). What Wells did was find a guy in Mongolia who has the most common DNA of all humans and he explained the likely migration paths of the human species. However, that may not entirely be the story because no one is exactly sure what happened to the Neanderthals. The came from a different migration from Africa. Many likely interbred with Homo Sapiens Sapiens (us), so that makes things more complex...
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