I was bit uncomfortable about — people used to think when I would go out into the street, that I was an American GI and they would follow me, because — that sort of thing. Yes, well, I mean it’s just part of the American legacy in the Philippines.
But contrast that period, 30 years ago or 30-odd years ago, with what is happening on the African continent now, where you have — in the past 10 years, you’ve seen a staggering five million Chinese people moving to just a handful of African countries. Yes, they are in Angola, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa. A staggering five million Chinese people have moved to the African continent in the past 10 years, and that is a large migration.1