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Originally posted by lebeast at 2009-11-26 14:56
seriously, what is that?
you say migrate to new lands and "spread your seed", yet also you say, noone should migrate to your land and do the same (presumably ...
i'm not sure, please tell me what chum.. and i believe its correctly spoken as "which chum" by those who's scrotum you gargle
no, China is not a "Meshy mixed up melding of mush"
China's various ethnic groups have their own individual culture. and modern China respects that and lets them perpetuate that
someone with a higher count of braincells than you have would not need me to explain this to them, but fate decides who we must deal with, doesnt it, so, consigning myself over to fate's humor, allow me to do what it is fate would probably have me do, and explain it to you.
a small group of people, even just a single family, or a man and his wife, left a larger group of people to live in another land, either for social reasons, environmental reasons, personal reasons, whatever reasons, they traveled by foot, or ox, or donkey, or mule, or jackass, or horse, or cattle, or wagon, or raft, or boat, or hand cart or by some other means to another area, they may have left on good terms or bad terms, may have been kicked out, whatever, you get the picture.. if you dont, try drawing out with colored wax on a piece of paper.
that person and his family or that group of people and their familes then had their own stories their own ideas, their own habits, beliefs, lifestyles
those customs, habits, beliefs, and knowledge may have been more ancient and more correct than the people they parted with if those people fell in general habit and mannerisms to become more , or they may have been their own interpreteation, or the best they could remember, or some internal sect of knowledge from teh larger group they left from
they then went someplace else.. try to grasp that in those days travel was seasonal and difficult and too days, weeks, months, or even years, and didnt occur often, and even if it did happen, most often travellers would not simply find themselves at the village of a group as there were not road signs and, brace yourself, no GPS
they then used their skills and beliefs and resources to create colored garments, dances, songs, and even language.
Changing various cultures wer spread throughout China much the same way that the language was. all cultures and Languages in China have one common origin
there, there is your little history lesson for scrubby outsiders, enjoy it, thank fate that i was forced to talk to you.