By then however, the entire cultural foundations of China was already laid. For example, the Shang already possessed the I Ching (oracle) or the book of change, ancestors communion, filial piety, writing, agriculture, mathematics, architecture, silk cultivation, a martial arts system, porcelain production, divine kingship, acupuncture, and urban living. Therefore it is accurate to say that what became Chinese civilization, was in fact Afrikan. Two strands of Afrikans entered China: the Li Min from the south and the Kui-Shaung from the north. These earliest occupants of Asia were described as small in statue and burnt of skin. Chinese historians also described the Fou Nanese people of China as small and Black. The Ainus, Japan's oldest known inhabitants traditionally refer to a race of Black dwarfs were the first people to inhabit the island. Moreover, the Ainu can be traced back to Kemet, and there is clearly Kemetic influence in the area, especially in China. The chart below shows the commonalities of Kemetic and Shang high cultures.
1-A recent international study carried out by Shanghai scientists and international academics has confirmed that the Chinese did not originate from Peking Man in northern China, but from Black East Afrikans who migrated through South Asia to China some 100,000 years ago.
2-The people of that era practiced the Afrikan ritual of single burials, and the skeletal remains from Southern China clearly shown them to be Negroid.
3-Jin Li of Fudan University in Shanghai along with an international research team comprised of Russians, Indians, Brazilians and researchers from other nations, have found that modern humans evolved from a single Afrikan origin.
4-65 branches of the Chinese race share similar DNA that has originated in Afrika.
5-The Chinese did not evolve from Peking Man but from the Grimaldi—Afrikan humanity.
6-There are pyramids in China and Japan which the Chinese and Japanese have no idea as to how they got there. China's pyramids are located near Siang Fu city in the Shensi province. The Japanese pyramids were built during the time of Mu, were made of stones not indigenous to Japan and are often mistaken for hills because of their eroded appearances.