6 Comments

  1. 1

    Wang

    The ancient people who lived there millennia ago were not Chinese and were different from modern Chinese. Many Dynasties of China were not Han-Chinese either such as the Manchu, Mongol etc.

    China doesn’t have one continuous history, there lived many different groups and cultures in that geographic area.

  2. 2

    Li

    Adam, the only Chinese history that counts occurred over the last 66 years.

  3. 3

    Ben

    I think this has more impact on worldview history then “Chinese history”.

  4. 4

    Arian

    Comparing Mongols and Han Chinese is like comparing Greeks and Swedes. One is Chinese civilization, the other European. Ignorance is bliss. Back to the caves you two!

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    Viking

    Funny how people tend to see Greek, Roman, Russian etc as one European civilization but Mongol and Han Chinese.. no that’s totally different! Hilarious. In reality, these people can’t even distinguish the two. Plain racism.

  6. 6

    mauser98

    rapid desertification = global warming

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Adam Steedman Thake

Adam Steedman Thake

Adam graduated from the University of Manchester with a degree in History and wrote for university publications as a student. Writing for the New Historian allows him to continue combining two of the things he enjoys most: learning and writing about the past. During university, he specialised in drawing links between medieval and modern societies as he enjoys discovering similarities between different time-periods and cultures. In his spare time, Adam enjoys reading for knowledge and pleasure. He takes pleasure in the creativity and ingenuity of humans, both past and present. He is also a keen cricketer and attempts to play whenever the weather allows. Often, he has to explain cricket to those with no knowledge of it, with varying success.

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