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China's Original Black African Roots!


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Monday, January 3rd 2022 at 2:54PM
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The First Chinese were out of Africa. Come join us as we explore the Black African presence in ancient China. A little-known fact in Black and Chinese history. Please be advised that the pictues that are shown on many of our videos are for ease of reference only. During ancient times there were no cameras, as they were no invented yet. However there were depictions inscribed on walls, artifact and caves of who these people were. We thank you for pointing out that the thumbnail is of Indonesians but they are indeed Black Asians. As Black people have a very storied history in Asia.


Monday, January 3rd 2022 at 2:56PM
Deacon Ron Gray
These are truly African Asians in the history of China.


Monday, January 3rd 2022 at 3:12PM
Deacon Ron Gray
In 1998 the proceedings of The National Academy of Science concluded a study. The Chinese Human genome diversity project and made public their findings which stated, that most the population of modern China, one-fifth of all the people living today, owes its genetic origins to Africa.

The Study was the result of a consortium of several leading research groups in The People's Republic of China in combination with the human genetics center at the university of Texas Health Center in Huston Texas.


Tuesday, January 4th 2022 at 4:19PM
Deacon Ron Gray
Why does your graphic not show Homo Erectus in China?. Homo Erectus was discovered in Beijing but you don't show it. Why Ron?

Tuesday, January 4th 2022 at 9:08PM
Steve Williams
Stay focus Steve, this report is about China's Original Black African root, this is what you saw if you watched this report Steve.


Tuesday, January 4th 2022 at 10:43PM
Deacon Ron Gray
The Chinese are descended from Homo Erectus (Beijing Man)

Wednesday, January 5th 2022 at 1:02AM
Steve Williams
According to The National Academy of Science concluded a study. The Chinese Human genome diversity project and made public their findings which stated, that most the population of modern China, one-fifth of all the people living today, owes its genetic origins to Africa.

Have you published your study yet?


Wednesday, January 5th 2022 at 5:44AM
Deacon Ron Gray
It's been well known in China for decades Ron. All you have to do is look up the studies. Why do you think they call it Peking Man? Peking Man came out of Africa so you can rest easy.

Wednesday, January 5th 2022 at 8:51AM
Steve Williams
YOUR WORDS: Peking Man came out of Africa so you can rest easy.

MY REPLY: Ancient Black Japanese https://www.bing.com/images/search?q=Ancie...



Wednesday, January 5th 2022 at 9:27AM
Deacon Ron Gray
Keen to get to the bottom of its people's ancestry, China has in the past decade stepped up its efforts to uncover evidence of early humans across the country. It is reanalysing old fossil finds and pouring tens of millions of dollars a year into excavations. And the government is setting up a $1.1-million laboratory at the IVPP to extract and sequence ancient DNA.

The investment comes at a time when palaeoanthropologists across the globe are starting to pay more attention to Asian fossils and how they relate to other early hominins — creatures that are more closely related to humans than to chimps. Finds in China and other parts of Asia have made it clear that a dazzling variety of Homo species once roamed the continent. And they are challenging conventional ideas about the evolutionary history of humanity.

“Many Western scientists tend to see Asian fossils and artefacts through the prism of what was happening in Africa and Europe,” says Wu. Those other continents have historically drawn more attention in studies of human evolution because of the antiquity of fossil finds there, and because they are closer to major palaeoanthropology research institutions, he says. “But it's increasingly clear that many Asian materials cannot fit into the traditional narrative of human evolution.”

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article...

Thursday, January 6th 2022 at 1:16AM
Steve Williams
Did you see the photos of The Black Chinese, Steve?


Thursday, January 6th 2022 at 4:47AM
Deacon Ron Gray
I saw your pictures Ron. They could mean anything.

Thursday, January 6th 2022 at 6:06AM
Steve Williams
They could mean anything. You are right Steve, Like Black Chinese, CORRECT?


Thursday, January 6th 2022 at 8:01AM
Deacon Ron Gray
The picture above was found on a search for "black Japanese." Don't you know the difference between Japanese and Chinese Ron?
Thursday, January 6th 2022 at 1:16PM
Steve Williams
Yes Steve, I do. I lived in Yokosuka Japan for over a year. Now Steve, if you was to look in the upper right-hand corner of that site, you would have seen Africans In Ancient China and once you clicked on that, you would open up more information on The Black Ancient China.

Steve, you act like finding out about Ancient African-Chinese was ever in China you act like this is new news to you.


Saturday, January 8th 2022 at 12:39PM
Deacon Ron Gray
Well is it?


Saturday, January 8th 2022 at 9:42PM
Deacon Ron Gray
Of course there have been Africans in China, for a long time Ron, but not in as large numbers as in America.

Sunday, January 9th 2022 at 8:55AM
Steve Williams
What about the discovery of The First Buddha, had a Negro bloodline Steve? Was that new News to you?








Sunday, January 9th 2022 at 5:09PM
Deacon Ron Gray
Ron, when I contemplate the Buddha, no thought of "Negro bloodline" comes to mind.

Tuesday, January 11th 2022 at 6:07AM
Steve Williams
That Steve was because you were not awakened yet. Now that you have that information right in front of you, what do you think about the discovery of The First Buddha, had a Negro bloodline Steve? Was that new News to you?


Tuesday, January 18th 2022 at 9:36AM
Deacon Ron Gray
The Buddha's skin is golden Ron. That's not a negro bloodline.

Thursday, January 20th 2022 at 1:52AM
Steve Williams
Are you saying the information in this report is wrong?


Thursday, January 20th 2022 at 7:40AM
Deacon Ron Gray
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