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The First Chinese Were Black

The First Chinese Were Black

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"The first inhabitants of China seem also to have been the 'Negritos.' Unmixed'Negroes' with no connection with Africa still live in Southern China, " is anincredible point presented by J.A. Rogers in his book, SEX AND RACE, Vol. 1.H. Imbert, a French anthropologist who lived in the Far East, says in "Les Negritosde la Chine". "The Negroid races peopled at some time all the South of India, Indo-China and China. The South of Indo-China actually has now pure Negritos as theSemangs and mixed as the Malays and the Sakais…"Similarly, this scholar declares:"In the earliest Chinese history, several texts in classic books spoke of thesediminutive blacks; thus the Tcheu-Li composed under the dynasty of Tcheu(1122-249 B. C.) gives a description of the inhabitants with black and oily skin…The Prince Liu-Nan, who died in 122 B.C., speaks of a kingdom of diminutive blacks in the southwest of China."Moreover, he states:"In the first epochs of Chinese history, the Negrito type peopled all the south of thecountry and even in the island of Hai-Nan, as we have attempted to prove in our study on the Negritos, on Black men of this island. Chinese folklore speaks oftenof these Negroes, and mentions an Empress of China named Li (373-397A.D.),consort of the Emperor Hsiao Wn Wen, who is spoken of as being a Negro."Professor Chang Hsing-Lang revealed in an article entitled, "The importation of  Negro Slaves to China under the Tang Dynasty A.D. 618-907," that: Even thesacred Manchu dynasty shows this Negro strain.. The lower part of the face of theEmperor Pu-yi of Manchukuo, direct descendant of the Manchu rulers of China, ismost distinctly Negroid. "Chinese chroniclers report that a Negro Empire existed inthe South of China at the dawn of that country's history."Citing the works of Kwang-Chih Chang, The Archaeology of Ancient China, (YaleUniversity Press) and Irwin Graham, Africans Abroad (Columbia UniversityPress), R. Rashidi makes the point. There is evidence of substantial populations of Blacks in early China. Archaeological studies have located a black substraum inthe earliest periods of Chinese history, "and reports of major kingdom ruled byBlacks are frequently in Chinese documents."HOTEP: It was unfortunate but understandable that J.A.Rogers did not know thatthe Blacks of China were connected to the peoples of AFRICA. The earlymigration of Africans were: (The Eastward Equatorial Migrations by sea.) Africans
 
first migrated from East Africa from around the regions of Ethiopia and Somaliato, Yemen, Oman, Southern India, Burma, China, Malaysia, The Philippines,Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Australia, The Solomon Islands and all the littleislands in between.The migrations and trading westward by sea started declining only about 11,000years ago, when world sea level rose, recovering from the last deep marineregression caused by global cooling and the locking-up of water in continentalglaciers. Then there were the Northern migrations, from Ethiopia through the SaudiArabian region. Then the migrations down the Nile. Those that Traveled over landmixed with other Africans who went through physiological changes then enteredchina looking different. All people on this earth are connected to the IndigenousAfrican people and the migrations of people today can be proven not only byexamining the historical records, but by DNA research.
Newly Released Study Traces Arrival of First Chinese12.11 p.m. ET (1611 GMT) September 29, 1998
WASHINGTON — Genetic studies that show the first modern human arrived inChina about 60,000 years ago support the theory that people first evolved inAfrica, researchers say. In a study published Tuesday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, scientists say that an analysis of genetic samplesfrom throughout Asia suggests that people there sprang from common ancestors,the modern humans who appeared first in Africa and then spread throughout theworld. "Our work shows that modern humans first came to southeast Asia and thenmoved later to northern China," said Li Jin, a population geneticist at theUniversity of Texas in Houston. "This supports the idea that modern humansoriginated in Africa."Jin said the study is based on analysis of the gene patterns from 43 different ethnicgroups in China and Asia. He said the technique gives an indication of how peoplemoved and mixed over thousands of generations. Migration clues are carried ingenetic patterns, called micro-satellites, that change rapidly over time. Byanalyzing these changes and linking them to earlier genetic patterns, researchersare able to plot the migration of ancient humans. Based on the research, Jin said itappears that modern humans first moved from central Asia, following the IndianOcean coastline across India, to southeast Asia. Later, they moved to south China.Descendants of these original Chinese then migrated north and northwest,

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