Originally posted by Unity_99
Oops, sorry. Obviously not enough coffee to wake up yet, I thought this was your other thread.
Originally posted by win 52
I know there is more out there, yet to be found. Now, our scholars only need the intestinal fortitude to re-write our history books.
Among ill-intended claims as to non-Mongoloid origin of Chinese civilization, apparently deviations of the "racial approach" in regards to the origin of civilization, there were claims about Linzi DNA analysis. Some wild claims, including 1) Qi Principality on Shandong Peninsula must be non-Chinese since DNA studies of Shandong remains had implication of maybe 'Caucasoid', 2) Confucius must be a Caucasian as a result of his birthplace in Shandong, and 3) Huangdi the Yellow Overlord must be a Caucasian because of the yellow designation.
But the moon is far from being the romantic place that people imagine it to be. The terrain was desolate and gray, and the air was freezing cold. Except for a single cassia tree and a small rabbit, there was no other sign of life on the moon. Disillusioned, Chang O began to realize the full consequence of her selfishness. It had caused her to forsake an immortal life with a loving husband for an immortal life of infinite loneliness.