Malaysia/Singapore as Immigrant Societies
It is conventional to divide our planet into the Old World and the New. The Old World is seen as the Eurasian mega-continent together with North Africa, all part of a zone integrated by trade and the sharing of crops, domestic animals and disease pools since ancient times. The New World represents especially the Americas but also Australia and New Zealand, relatively isolated from the Old until 1492, with Africa South of the Sahara in a slightly ambivalent position.
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