QUOTE (XigonCongchua @ Jul 10 2010, 11:10 PM)
This is pointless. I didn't say there was no Han citizen migrated into North Vietnam or Viets have no Han blood. We do have some. But what I'm saying is the mixing wasn't as extensive as you all are trying to portray here. Even the Cantonese, who are very proud Han people, are 60% Zhuang according to the book I named in one previous post. So if the study was right, then even Cantonese have only 40% Han blood. Southern Chinese are pretty mixed, believe it or not. Anyway my points is Viets must have less Han blood than Cantonese so I don't think we were as extensively mixed with Han as people often think.
That explains why Lao numerical order is almost the same as Cantonese.
The non-sinicized Zhuang were highly influenced by the Miao-Yao.
The Zhuang are natives to Guangxi. They called the Yao "barbarians," while the Cantonese called the Zhuang "barbarians."
The old script for Zhuang was a dog character.
The Zhuang called themselves by many names --
black Zhuang called themselves - Min
Weshan, Yunnan Zhuang people called themselves - Ma
Some Zhuang called themselves Tho, Bou, Rao....
Zhuang and Bouyei are basically the same people. Just different names under the CCP.
The Zhuang in Guangxi are highly influenced by the Yao people, while the Bouyei are highly influenced by the Miao people.
Many Hmong are half Bouyei. This is why the Hmong show a moderate 02, while still typical O3.
Even today, the Nung in Vietnam are known as "Bouyei" to the Hmong.
The Hmong ball tossing game came from the Bouyei, because a large Bouyei assimilated themselves into the Hmong culture.
LIAO LI LIAO - ZHUANG FOLK SONG http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bddk3CYMv_U