We are all Asian, not African

Science Suggests That We All Have Asian Origins, Not African:
Jean-Jacques Jaeger, a paleontologist at the University of Poitiers in France, has said, "Around 34 million years ago, there was a dramatic glacial event that cooled the world climate and affected Asia more than Africa. During that crisis, we suppose that all primitive Asian anthropoids disappeared." Nonetheless, without these Asian ancestors, we wouldn't be around today. Jaeger sums it up quite nicely, ""Africa is the place of origin of man, and Asia is the place of origins of our far ancestors."