The origin of Chinese nation and the theory of Chinese Center

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Jul 2014
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Is there "chines nation" in this sense? There are absolutely different peoples like Uighurs, Tajiks, Mongols, Tibetans, Han Chinese, South Asians and so on
The same applies to every nation in the world. China is a multicultural country with 56 ethnic groups.
 
Jun 2019
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The warior's arts also comes from huns, the huns was extremelly warlike peoples
The "native" chinese people was peasants, colons, it's not warriors culture

by this reason some of this arts has became something like ballet, and world champions of proffesional rings like MMA comes from anywhere but not from china
 
Jun 2019
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The same applies to every nation in the world. China is a multicultural country with 56 ethnic groups.
Not every

there is not union, where people with own culture, but violently assimilated
I'm not talking about genocide and organ trafficking, concentration camps and so on
 
Jun 2019
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multicultural
Also this is not sort of "multiculturism" like in USA or so, where people just comes from over the world, that are historically independent regions, that not like this situation for them. For example East Turkestan would prefer to be the part of Turkestan, but no one asks them
 
Jul 2019
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Also this is not sort of "multiculturism" like in USA or so, where people just comes from over the world, that are historically independent regions, that not like this situation for them. For example East Turkestan would prefer to be the part of Turkestan, but no one asks them
Just you don't like it

but The Uighurs are descendants of the Xiongnu. Before the Arabs brought Islam, the Uighurs also believed in Buddhism. Uighurs had nothing to do with your Turkistan.
 
Jun 2019
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but The Uighurs are descendants of the Xiongnu. Before the Arabs brought Islam, the Uighurs also believed in Buddhism. Uighurs had nothing to do with your Turkistan.
Historically name of Uyguristan is East Turkestan
this does not contradict the fact that they are Huns (your Xiongnu)
 
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