Research on South Asians

Six countries including the UK, Japan, France, Germany, the US, and China, after 13 years of research efforts, have drawn up the “Human Genome Sequence Map”. China’s…

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Origin and formation history of 侗台 language (part 2)

After nearly 50 years of investigation and research, ethnic minority language workers across the country have basically envisioned the current situation of the Dong Dai language at…

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木樨飯 – Mixed royal white rice

Translated the title above means: White and yellow mixed together, colors like cinnamon flowers… Those are two sentences to describe Chinese egg fried rice. Moc Te (木樨)…

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New Year Rice cake (年糕)

Hai Phong in the 18th century and in the 19th century, with a population of overseas Chinese equal to half of Hai Phong’s population, the Chinese living…

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Origin and formation history of 侗台 language (part 1)

The results of genetic testing of the ancient Luong Chu people show that the SNP haplotypes of the ancestors of the Luong Chu culture are mainly O1-M119…

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Origin and name of ethnic group ” 疍家” (part 2)

“蜑” is a syllable, a common form of kanji, made up of a bar and an eagle, an eagle indicates the meaning of the word, and the…

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Origin and name of ethnic group ” 疍家”

疍家: Vietnamese pinyin (粤语): 疍=Tan, 家=ka, 疍家=Tanka, Sino-Vietnamese = Dan Gia, meaning the Dan family. Dan Dan refers to ethnic groups living on water, living on boats,…

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Y-CYCLE COLOR: EVIDENCE OF EMPLOYMENT OF Bach Viet RESIDENTS (Part 2)

At the same time that the ancestors of South Asia formed the Sino-Tibetan language family along the western part of the Yunnan-Guizhou Plateau, a group of South…

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Y-CYCLE COLOR: EVIDENCE OF EMPLOYMENT OF Bach Viet RESIDENTS (Part 1)

The results of anthropological research show that the Bach Viet group first lived in Luong Quang, then moved north, east, and west, and finally expanded and developed…

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The Austroasiatic Language of Ancient China

The word “Jiang”(江) was originally used as the proper name for the Yangtze River(長江), the sound of the word Giang called by the indigenous peoples living along…

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