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    Quote Originally Posted by DrDawud View Post
    The Han-Chinese have been the majority in Liaoning since about the 14th century, because the Ming conquered it in the late 1300's. Before that it was home to the Liao and Jin, non-Han, albeit highly sinicized Dynasties.

    Perhaps I should not have said "now", but "was historically", if it makes you feel any better.
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    No,Liao-ning was the old territory of ancient Chosun.China's Han Dynasty conquered it and also northern part of Korea peninsula over 2300 years ago.That's why the ancestors of modern Koreans fled to southern part of Korea peninsula,they established statelets included Sam-Han.
    Even before the Han dynasty, Qin Empire also conquered part of Liaoning and Northern Korea. Part of the original Great Wall(now demolished) extended to today's North Korea.

    As far as ancient Choson(Gojoseon), it is a myth as to the exact ethnic group who formed it. Korean source said it was formed all the way by the legendary mythological figure Tangun while Chinese records showed a Shang prince name Jizi(Kija in Korean) fled to Today's Northeast part of China and Northern Korea after the Zhou Dynasty and established a kingdom called Kija chosun. It was later overthrown by another Chinese refugee name Wiman from the Yan State. Ironically, in the past Korean used to embrace theory of Kija and were very proud of the Kija Heritage but now adamantly deny its existence.

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    The domestication of the rice is somewhat the East Asian equivilant of the western worlds discussion of the domestication of the horse. I've seen suggestions of rice cultivation ranging from 9500 BCE to 6000 BCE, most probably in the range of 8000 - 6000 BCE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whitefan415 View Post


    Even before the Han dynasty, Qin Empire also conquered part of Liaoning and Northern Korea. Part of the original Great Wall(now demolished) extended to today's North Korea.

    As far as ancient Choson(Gojoseon), it is a myth as to the exact ethnic group who formed it. Korean source said it was formed all the way by the legendary mythological figure Tangun while Chinese records showed a Shang prince name Jizi(Kija in Korean) fled to Today's Northeast part of China and Northern Korea after the Zhou Dynasty and established a kingdom called Kija chosun. It was later overthrown by another Chinese refugee name Wiman from the Yan State. Ironically, in the past Korean used to embrace theory of Kija and were very proud of the Kija Heritage but now adamantly deny its existence.


    You obviously lack in depth knowledge of China & East Asia history.

    I wasn't referring to the Korean Tangun myth & Chinese Kija Chosun myth,the ancient " Chosun " kingdom existed otherwise it wouldn't been a predecessor of Weiman " Chosun ".

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    Quote Originally Posted by bami View Post
    You obviously lack in depth knowledge of China & East Asia history.

    I wasn't referring to the Korean Tangun myth & Chinese Kija Chosun myth,the ancient " Chosun " kingdom existed otherwise it wouldn't been a predecessor of Weiman " Chosun ".

    You are the one that need to brush up east asian history.

    According to Korean myth, GoJoseon is founded by the legendary Tangun. But Chinese source indicated Kija fled to Northeast of China and Northern Korea and found a new kingdom called Kija Joseon. Some historian hypothesized that they might co-exist at the same time while Korean academic strongly deny Kija Joseson because it implicates that its nation founder was a Chinese. The last throne of Gojoseon, King Jun which Wiman overthrew was said to be of Kija lineage.

    http://tripatlas.com/Ae_of_Gojoseon

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