Terms of Service | Translator | Nubian School | Channel Africa | Recommended Books
Perhaps you should ask the publishers of books like the bible for their references. As far as the Shang, I was quoting people who have done research and books I have read.
WHAT "OCEANIC NEGROID." AS FAR AS BLACKS IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC ARE CONCERNED, THEY ARE PROTO-AFRICANS, AND EVEN HE FIJIANS HAVE RECORD OF THE ANCIENT CONNECTIONS WITH EAST AFRICA.
The Chinese have hidden many ancient artefacts belonging to the ancient Black Shang and those of us with connections in present-day Egypt, Ethiopia Sudan an Somalia are very well aware of the Black history of India, China, Cambodia, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, West Papua and the region, before the Malay invaders began filtering into the region and looking for "Papua" (curly haired) Black slaves.
And I'll say it again. Scientists and archeologists who have studied ancient Black Shang Dynasty culture, point their origins in Cameroon, then through Nubia-Kush, Mesopotamia and China. This is a migration that occurred about six thousand years ago, however, it is factual that at least by 2800 B.C., an individual of the Black 'Bak" tribes who lived in Mesopotamia led a number of people to settle on the Loh River Valley in China. One thing is certain. There is an ancient city in Cameroon called Anyang, and there is an ancient Chang city in China called Anyang as well. Many Bantu words found around the Nigeria-Cameroon-Congo region sound identical to Chinese words, including actual names.
but I thin R. Rashidi who has done extensive resear on Blacks in all Asia has some good information:
If pictures and references are not enough, then perhaps i should hide my bible and all the history books written by Europeans and other people in a box.
|Trinicenter Int. | Africa News Links | 9/11 Home | Latest News | Sources | Search | Homepage
|NOTE: In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. section 107 this material is distributed without profit or payment to those
who have expressed a prior interest in receiving this information for non-profit research and educational purposes only.
For more information go to: http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/17/107.shtml. If you wish to use copyrighted material
from this site for purposes of your own that go beyond fair use you must obtain permission from the copyright owner.