After the conquest of Asia, no White Man had in mind to establish an institution of Asian slavery. Blustering with highfalutin moral grandiloquence on the most efficient techniques of spreading freedom, democracy, and enlightenment, in less than a decade after Japanese surrender, preceded by the annexation of Korea, Singapore, and the Philippines by the United States, the quartering of the defeated China by Russia, Germany, France, Britain, Australia, Italy, Belgium and Spain, White Man had through a series of cataclysmic events in East Asia laid the foundation to the highly sexualized chattel slavery exclusively designed for East Asian females. The first batch of Japanese sex slaves were shipped from Yokohama to Virginia, one month later the Imperial Chinese empire formally accepted defeat., and now with China leading the waves, Asian girls from Korea, Taiwan and Hong Kong and other sinic countries flooded the shores of North America, Australia, Great Britain, and the continent of Europe. Asian slavery were crystallized in statue books around the western world. Some have said that good intentions paved the road to hell. But for most Asian women White Man’s hell is still paradise compared to the heaven of oriental despots. Unfortunately to White Man precisely why those Asian females so eagerly volunteered to become slaves remained a mystery. Often confounded and befuddled, equipped with a mind so used to Enlightenment and higher level of cognitive dissonance, White Man only reluctantly accepted himself as the master over Asians. Squarely the blame rested on evil Asian patriarchy and deep-rooted Asian moral traditions that oppressed Asian women which Asian women, through their deep rooted ignorance, have internalized, so much so that freedom under White Man had become synonymous to Asian women to mean slavery. But it is a joyful slavery, nevertheless. White Man has brought freedom to Asians. And centuries later White Man were about to bring freedom to the Middle East.
Very little information regarding the early formative years of Asian slavery remained, given the wreckage of war, the destruction of public records, and ubiquitous political uprisings. East Asia was in turmoil. But understanding the turbulent dynamics of those early years is so important as to understand the centuries which followed when Asian female slaves flourished in nearly all the continents where White Men settled.