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Does anyone know the history and genealogy of China's present Han-Chinese Imperial Family?
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himyaosui
2011-04-13 20:13:15 UTC
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Does anyone know the history and genealogy of China's present Han-
Chinese Imperial Family?
rst9
2011-04-13 20:30:47 UTC
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Post by himyaosui
Does anyone know the history and genealogy of China's present Han-
Chinese Imperial Family?
There is no such family today in China, and there hasn't had such a
family for hundreds of years.

About 2,700 - 2, 800 years ago, the country known as "China" today was
in a "Warring States Period" of Chinese history. "Han" was just one
of the original seven warring states.

In 220 BC, King Ying Zheng of the state of Qin conquered the rest of
the "remaining states" and unified China. Hence, China came from Qin
or in our spelling "Chin". Qin Shi Huang only lived for 10 more
years, and he died in 210 BC. The country was in turmoil and those
old warring states started fighting again for dominance. This time,
the state of Han came up on top, and the Han Dynasty lasted for the
next 4 hundred years. Hence, the reference to the "han" people, but
the Han Dynasty hasn't been around for 1,800 years.
himyaosui
2011-04-13 20:48:13 UTC
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Post by himyaosui
Does anyone know the history and genealogy of China's present Han-
Chinese Imperial Family?
There is no such family today in China, and there hasn't had such a
family for hundreds of years.
About 2,700 - 2, 800 years ago, the country known as "China" today was
in a "Warring States Period" of Chinese history.  "Han" was just one
of the original seven warring states.
In 220 BC, King Ying Zheng of the state of Qin conquered the rest of
the "remaining states" and unified China.  Hence, China came from Qin
or in our spelling "Chin".  Qin Shi Huang only lived for 10 more
years, and he died in 210 BC.  The country was in turmoil and those
old warring states started fighting again for dominance.  This time,
the state of Han came up on top, and the Han Dynasty lasted for the
next 4 hundred years.  Hence, the reference to the "han" people, but
the Han Dynasty hasn't been around for 1,800 years.
REPLY:

In the 1600s (1368-1644), the Chun family, Ming Dynasty, ruled all of
China. Manchurians conquered China in 1643-44. China's then Ming and
Zhou Dynasty families went underground and into hiding.

Huang Di Era 2276
Pre-history China history 2267-2205
Hsia Dynasty 2205-1767
Shang Dynasty 1767-1122
Chou Dynasty 1122- 256
Chin Dynasty 221- 207
Han Dynasty 202- 220
Wei Dynasty (Three Kingdom Period) 220- 264
Shu Dynasty
Wu Dynasty
West Tsin Dynasty 266- 316
East Tsin Dynasty 317- 420
Wei Dynasty (Hsienbei tribe) 386- 557
Tuoba
Yuan
Gao
Chow 557- 581
Sui Dynasty 581- 618
Tang Dynasty 618- 907
Five Dynasty and Ten Kingdom Period 907- 960
Liang
Tang
Jin
Han
Chou
Sung Dynasty 960-1276
Yuan Dynasty 1206-1368
Ming Dynasty* 1368-1644
Ching Dynasty 1643-1912
Period of Warlord Rule 1912-1928
Republic of China 1912-1949
People's Republic of China 1949-present

Adapted from the Zhongguo Tongshi Gangyao, edited by Bai Shouyi,
November 1980. Then Head of the Department of History and Head of the
Institute of History at Beijing Teachers University. Over 40 years of
teaching experience, Professor Bai is a member of the Standing
Committee of the National People's Congress, a member of the Presidium
of the Chinese Society of Historians, and President of the Beijing
Society of Historians.
rst9
2011-04-13 20:54:33 UTC
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Post by rst9
Post by himyaosui
Does anyone know the history and genealogy of China's present Han-
Chinese Imperial Family?
There is no such family today in China, and there hasn't had such a
family for hundreds of years.
About 2,700 - 2, 800 years ago, the country known as "China" today was
in a "Warring States Period" of Chinese history.  "Han" was just one
of the original seven warring states.
In 220 BC, King Ying Zheng of the state of Qin conquered the rest of
the "remaining states" and unified China.  Hence, China came from Qin
or in our spelling "Chin".  Qin Shi Huang only lived for 10 more
years, and he died in 210 BC.  The country was in turmoil and those
old warring states started fighting again for dominance.  This time,
the state of Han came up on top, and the Han Dynasty lasted for the
next 4 hundred years.  Hence, the reference to the "han" people, but
the Han Dynasty hasn't been around for 1,800 years.
In the 1600s (1368-1644), the Chun family, Ming Dynasty, ruled all of
China. Manchurians conquered China in 1643-44. China's then Ming and
Zhou Dynasty families went underground and into hiding.
Huang Di Era                                     2276
Pre-history China history                    2267-2205
Hsia Dynasty                                    2205-1767
Shang Dynasty                                 1767-1122
Chou Dynasty                                   1122- 256
Chin Dynasty                                    221- 207
Han Dynasty                                     202- 220
Wei Dynasty (Three Kingdom Period)              220- 264
Shu Dynasty
Wu Dynasty
West Tsin Dynasty                           266- 316
East Tsin Dynasty                            317- 420
Wei Dynasty (Hsienbei tribe)             386- 557
   Tuoba
   Yuan
   Gao
   Chow                                            557- 581
Sui Dynasty                                     581- 618
Tang Dynasty                                   618- 907
Five Dynasty and Ten Kingdom Period             907- 960
   Liang
   Tang
   Jin
   Han
   Chou
Sung Dynasty                                  960-1276
Yuan Dynasty                                  1206-1368
Ming Dynasty*                                 1368-1644
Ching Dynasty                                 1643-1912
Period of Warlord Rule                      1912-1928
Republic of China                             1912-1949
People's Republic of China               1949-present
Adapted from the Zhongguo Tongshi Gangyao, edited by Bai Shouyi,
November 1980.  Then Head of the Department of History and Head of the
Institute of History at Beijing Teachers University.  Over 40 years of
teaching experience, Professor Bai is a member of the Standing
Committee of the National People's Congress, a member of the Presidium
of the Chinese Society of Historians, and President of the Beijing
Society of Historians.
There are a lot of digging and research being done for info before the
Shang Dynasty time. Even the Xia Dynasty was not a certainty.
rst7
2011-04-14 00:00:59 UTC
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Post by rst9
There is no such family today in China, and there hasn't had such a
family for hundreds of years.
About 2,700 - 2, 800 years ago, the country known as "China" today was
in a "Warring States Period" of Chinese history.  "Han" was just one
of the original seven warring states.
In 220 BC, King Ying Zheng of the state of Qin conquered the rest of
the "remaining states" and unified China.  Hence, China came from Qin
or in our spelling "Chin".  Qin Shi Huang only lived for 10 more
years, and he died in 210 BC.  The country was in turmoil and those
old warring states started fighting again for dominance.  This time,
the state of Han came up on top, and the Han Dynasty lasted for the
next 4 hundred years.  Hence, the reference to the "han" people, but
the Han Dynasty hasn't been around for 1,800 years.
In the 1600s (1368-1644), the Chun family, Ming Dynasty, ruled all of
The Ming Dynasty family was Zhu Started by a very poor baggar named
Zhu Yuanzhang. The only "Chun" I can think of was Prince Chun of the
Qing Dynasty, the father of the last emperor of China.
Post by himyaosui
China. Manchurians conquered China in 1643-44. China's then Ming and
Zhou Dynasty families went underground and into hiding.
Huang Di Era                                     2276
Pre-history China history                    2267-2205
Hsia Dynasty                                    2205-1767
Shang Dynasty                                 1767-1122
Chou Dynasty                                   1122- 256
Chin Dynasty                                    221- 207
Han Dynasty                                     202- 220
Wei Dynasty (Three Kingdom Period)              220- 264
Shu Dynasty
Wu Dynasty
West Tsin Dynasty                           266- 316
East Tsin Dynasty                            317- 420
Wei Dynasty (Hsienbei tribe)             386- 557
   Tuoba
   Yuan
   Gao
   Chow                                            557- 581
Sui Dynasty                                     581- 618
Tang Dynasty                                   618- 907
Five Dynasty and Ten Kingdom Period             907- 960
   Liang
   Tang
   Jin
   Han
   Chou
Sung Dynasty                                  960-1276
Yuan Dynasty                                  1206-1368
Ming Dynasty*                                 1368-1644
Ching Dynasty                                 1643-1912
Period of Warlord Rule                      1912-1928
Republic of China                             1912-1949
People's Republic of China               1949-present
Adapted from the Zhongguo Tongshi Gangyao, edited by Bai Shouyi,
November 1980.  Then Head of the Department of History and Head of the
Institute of History at Beijing Teachers University.  Over 40 years of
teaching experience, Professor Bai is a member of the Standing
Committee of the National People's Congress, a member of the Presidium
of the Chinese Society of Historians, and President of the Beijing
Society of Historians.
b***@nyx.net
2011-04-13 22:47:22 UTC
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Post by himyaosui
Does anyone know the history and genealogy of China's present Han-
Chinese Imperial Family?
China hasn't had an emperor for 99 years. The last emperor of China, a
Manchu, abdicated 99 years ago, though he was restored as a puppet for
a little while in 1917. He also ruled a Manchu puppet state during the
Japanese occupation. He died in 1967 and had no children.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puyi#cite_note-Li_Shuxian.2C_73.2C_Widow_of_Last_China_Emperor-37
rst9
2011-04-13 23:33:19 UTC
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Post by b***@nyx.net
Post by himyaosui
Does anyone know the history and genealogy of China's present Han-
Chinese Imperial Family?
China hasn't had an emperor for 99 years. The last emperor of China, a
Manchu, abdicated 99 years ago, though he was restored as a puppet for
a little while in 1917. He also ruled a Manchu puppet state during the
Japanese occupation. He died in 1967 and had no children.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puyi#cite_note-Li_Shuxian.2C_73.2C_Widow...
His clan name was NOT even Chinese. The Qing Dynasty was in no way a
"Han-Chinese Imperial family".
charlie vietcong
2011-04-14 06:18:51 UTC
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I agree with zyx about the last Qing Dynasty .

the Last dynasty in China , the Qing Dyansty in China was not
a Chinese Dynasty ,
the last dynasty in China was the Qing dynasty which was a
Manchu Dynasty , not a Chinese dyansty .


like the Yuan Dynasty in China , the Mongol Yuan Dynasty in
China was a Mpngol Dynasty which
had Tibet as a protectorate . Tibet was a Mongol protectorate
and not a Chinese protectorate .
Tibet has never been a Chinese protectorate .
Post by b***@nyx.net
Post by himyaosui
Does anyone know the history and genealogy of China's present Han-
Chinese Imperial Family?
China hasn't had an emperor for 99 years. The last emperor of China, a
Manchu, abdicated 99 years ago, though he was restored as a puppet for
a little while in 1917. He also ruled a Manchu puppet state during the
Japanese occupation. He died in 1967 and had no children.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puyi#cite_note-Li_Shuxian.2C_73.2C_Widow...
His clan name was NOT even Chinese.  The Qing Dynasty was in no way a
"Han-Chinese Imperial family".
charlie vietcong
2011-04-14 06:35:24 UTC
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the Yuan Dynasty in China was not a Chinese dyansty, but
a pure Mongol Dynasty which favoured the Turkish and the
muslem people
in China , because
the Chinese people in China during the Yuan dynasty were
only third class people , Chinese during
the Yuan dynasty were almost treated as slaves ,
I agree  with  zyx  about  the  last  Qing  Dynasty .
the  Last  dynasty in  China  ,  the Qing  Dyansty in  China was  not
a  Chinese  Dynasty ,
the last  dynasty  in  China  was the   Qing  dynasty  which   was  a
Manchu  Dynasty , not  a  Chinese  dyansty .
like  the  Yuan  Dynasty in  China , the  Mongol  Yuan  Dynasty in
China was  a Mpngol  Dynasty  which
had  Tibet as a  protectorate .  Tibet  was a  Mongol  protectorate
and  not a  Chinese  protectorate .
Tibet  has  never  been a  Chinese  protectorate .
Post by b***@nyx.net
Post by himyaosui
Does anyone know the history and genealogy of China's present Han-
Chinese Imperial Family?
China hasn't had an emperor for 99 years. The last emperor of China, a
Manchu, abdicated 99 years ago, though he was restored as a puppet for
a little while in 1917. He also ruled a Manchu puppet state during the
Japanese occupation. He died in 1967 and had no children.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puyi#cite_note-Li_Shuxian.2C_73.2C_Widow...
His clan name was NOT even Chinese.  The Qing Dynasty was in no way a
"Han-Chinese Imperial family".
b***@nyx.net
2011-04-15 03:53:49 UTC
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Post by himyaosui
Does anyone know the history and genealogy of China's present Han-
Chinese Imperial Family?
China hasn't had an emperor for 99 years. The last emperor of China, a
Manchu, abdicated 99 years ago, though he was restored as a puppet for
a little while in 1917. He also ruled a Manchu puppet state during the
Japanese occupation. He died in 1967 and had no children.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puyi#cite_note-Li_Shuxian.2C_73.2C_Widow...
His clan name was NOT even Chinese.  The Qing Dynasty was in no way a
"Han-Chinese Imperial family".
Well, duh. It's not "present" either. But it was a reasonable guess as
to what the OP was asking.
rst7
2011-04-15 04:10:48 UTC
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Post by b***@nyx.net
His clan name was NOT even Chinese.  The Qing Dynasty was in no way a
"Han-Chinese Imperial family".
Well, duh. It's not "present" either.
There is no "present" Han-Chinese Imperial family.
Post by b***@nyx.net
But it was a reasonable guess as
to what the OP was asking.
He was asking "Han-Chinese Imperial family". Chinese family name
always has only one syllable. The Qing Dynasty's family name of
"Aisin Gioro" was in no way a Chinese family name.
b***@nyx.net
2011-04-15 16:23:23 UTC
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Post by rst7
Post by b***@nyx.net
His clan name was NOT even Chinese.  The Qing Dynasty was in no way a
"Han-Chinese Imperial family".
Well, duh. It's not "present" either.
There is no "present" Han-Chinese Imperial family.
Post by b***@nyx.net
But it was a reasonable guess as
to what the OP was asking.
He was asking "Han-Chinese Imperial family".  Chinese family name
always has only one syllable.  The Qing Dynasty's family name of
"Aisin Gioro" was in no way a Chinese family name.
The point is that while the OP's question didn't make any sense taken
literally, one might still make a guess as to what he meant, if indeed
he meant anything at all.
rst0wxyz
2011-04-15 18:07:06 UTC
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Post by b***@nyx.net
His clan name was NOT even Chinese.  The Qing Dynasty was in no way a
"Han-Chinese Imperial family".
Well, duh. It's not "present" either. But it was a reasonable guess as
to what the OP was asking.
He said he's a U.S. citizen, but called himself "Emperor of China" and
a member of the Qing Dynasty. Nothing adds up. He's a friend of
Filbert Brazil.
b***@nyx.net
2011-04-15 22:31:18 UTC
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Post by rst0wxyz
Post by b***@nyx.net
His clan name was NOT even Chinese.  The Qing Dynasty was in no way a
"Han-Chinese Imperial family".
Well, duh. It's not "present" either. But it was a reasonable guess as
to what the OP was asking.
He said he's a U.S. citizen, but called himself "Emperor of China" and
a member of the Qing Dynasty.  Nothing adds up.  He's a friend of
Filbert Brazil.
Sounds like a character.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Himyaosui

http://himyaosui.wordpress.com/

charlie vietcong
2011-04-14 06:30:20 UTC
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the last emperor of China was
Chairmao Mao, the Communist emperor ,just like the emperor of
the New Dynasty during the Han dynasty in the time of the
Birth of Christ , the bastard .
Post by b***@nyx.net
Post by himyaosui
Does anyone know the history and genealogy of China's present Han-
Chinese Imperial Family?
China hasn't had an emperor for 99 years. The last emperor of China, a
Manchu, abdicated 99 years ago, though he was restored as a puppet for
a little while in 1917. He also ruled a Manchu puppet state during the
Japanese occupation. He died in 1967 and had no children.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puyi#cite_note-Li_Shuxian.2C_73.2C_Widow...
charlie vietcong
2011-04-14 06:26:59 UTC
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there was no sucj name as CHINA before the unification of
China,not
during the Chou ( Zhow ) Dynasty in 800 BC .


Before the Shang Salve Dynasty in 1700 BC , there was no
such a thing
as the Chinese people,
the Chinese people were originally known as the Hua people
and the Xia people , from two different tribes in around
Shangdong province
along the Yellow River .


look up the meaning of Hua and of Xia .
Post by himyaosui
Does anyone know the history and genealogy of China's present Han-
Chinese Imperial Family?
charlie vietcong
2011-04-14 06:37:35 UTC
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Shang dynasty was a slave owning dynasty .
there  was  no  sucj  name as  CHINA     before  the  unification  of
China,not
during  the  Chou (  Zhow )    Dynasty  in  800  BC .
Before  the  Shang  Salve  Dynasty  in 1700  BC   , there  was  no
such a  thing
 as  the  Chinese people,
 the  Chinese  people   were   originally  known as  the  Hua people
and  the  Xia  people ,  from  two  different  tribes  in  around
Shangdong  province
 along  the  Yellow  River .
look  up the  meaning of  Hua  and  of  Xia .
Post by himyaosui
Does anyone know the history and genealogy of China's present Han-
Chinese Imperial Family?
Siansiansian
2011-04-14 10:24:42 UTC
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Shang  dynasty  was  a  slave  owning  dynasty .
there  was  no  sucj  name as  CHINA     before  the  unification  of
China,not
during  the  Chou (  Zhow )    Dynasty  in  800  BC .
Before  the  Shang  Salve  Dynasty  in 1700  BC   , there  was  no
such a  thing
 as  the  Chinese people,
 the  Chinese  people   were   originally  known as  the  Hua people
and  the  Xia  people ,  from  two  different  tribes  in  around
Shangdong  province
 along  the  Yellow  River .
look  up the  meaning of  Hua  and  of  Xia .
Post by himyaosui
Does anyone know the history and genealogy of China's present Han-
Chinese Imperial Family?
There is no race called Chinese. It is a term used to described all
people under Qing Dynasty, namely Manchurian occupied territory, which
include Tibet, Xinjiang Mongolia, north-eastern and North-western
part under Russia nowadays.

And who care who is the Han Imperial Chinese? Most importantly, people
can live and enjoy life peacefully generation after generation.
Wakalukong
2011-04-14 10:35:45 UTC
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Post by Siansiansian
Shang  dynasty  was  a  slave  owning  dynasty .
there  was  no  sucj  name as  CHINA     before  the  unification  of
China,not
during  the  Chou (  Zhow )    Dynasty  in  800  BC .
Before  the  Shang  Salve  Dynasty  in 1700  BC   , there  was  no
such a  thing
 as  the  Chinese people,
 the  Chinese  people   were   originally  known as  the  Hua people
and  the  Xia  people ,  from  two  different  tribes  in  around
Shangdong  province
 along  the  Yellow  River .
look  up the  meaning of  Hua  and  of  Xia .
Post by himyaosui
Does anyone know the history and genealogy of China's present Han-
Chinese Imperial Family?
There is no race called Chinese. It is a term used to described all
people under Qing Dynasty, namely Manchurian occupied territory, which
include Tibet, Xinjiang Mongolia, north-eastern and North-western
part  under Russia nowadays.
And who care who is the Han Imperial Chinese? Most importantly, people
can live and enjoy life peacefully generation after generation.- Hide quoted text -
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Moron charlie vietconman Komin doesn't know that "Chinese" is an
English word.

Wakalukong
the LEARNGA Black Cock of the Indian Black Fucking Budha
2011-04-15 01:36:18 UTC
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SianSianSian ,


you have no proof that Tibet was a Manchurian occupied
territory .


you have no proof any Manchu general went into Tibet to
occupy Tibet .


the Manchu fought hard to occupy Hotan ,
at
the bottom of Tibetan Plateau .

you have no Manchu general actually occupied Lhasa , and the
whole
of the Tibetan Highland Plateau ,

SianSianSian is a Chinese , therefore Siansainsain is falsifying
Chinese history as usual .

no Manchu emperor has occupied Tibet .

You Chinese are just fantasizing your own theory on Tibet ,
just like you Chinese are fantasizing the history of the 3
kingdoms
which were all false,
the battles and the intrigues of the 3 kingdoms published
by Chinese .
companies were all false , were all fantasies invented by
Chinese story tellers .
Post by Siansiansian
Shang  dynasty  was  a  slave  owning  dynasty .
there  was  no  sucj  name as  CHINA     before  the  unification  of
China,not
during  the  Chou (  Zhow )    Dynasty  in  800  BC .
Before  the  Shang  Salve  Dynasty  in 1700  BC   , there  was  no
such a  thing
 as  the  Chinese people,
 the  Chinese  people   were   originally  known as  the  Hua people
and  the  Xia  people ,  from  two  different  tribes  in  around
Shangdong  province
 along  the  Yellow  River .
look  up the  meaning of  Hua  and  of  Xia .
Post by himyaosui
Does anyone know the history and genealogy of China's present Han-
Chinese Imperial Family?
There is no race called Chinese. It is a term used to described all
people under Qing Dynasty, namely Manchurian occupied territory, which
include Tibet, Xinjiang Mongolia, north-eastern and North-western
part  under Russia nowadays.
And who care who is the Han Imperial Chinese? Most importantly, people
can live and enjoy life peacefully generation after generation.
Alex
2011-04-15 02:05:52 UTC
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On Apr 15, 9:36 am, the LEARNGA Black Cock of the Indian Black
Post by the LEARNGA Black Cock of the Indian Black Fucking Budha
SianSianSian ,
you  have no  proof  that    Tibet  was  a  Manchurian  occupied
territory .
you  have  no  proof   any  Manchu  general  went  into  Tibet  to
occupy  Tibet .
the  Manchu  fought  hard  to  occupy  Hotan ,
at
the  bottom  of  Tibetan   Plateau .
you  have  no  Manchu  general  actually  occupied  Lhasa , and  the
whole
of  the  Tibetan  Highland Plateau ,
SianSianSian is a  Chinese , therefore  Siansainsain is falsifying
Chinese  history  as  usual  .
 no  Manchu emperor  has  occupied  Tibet .
You  Chinese  are  just  fantasizing  your  own  theory on Tibet ,
just   like  you  Chinese  are   fantasizing  the  history of  the  3
kingdoms
which were  all  false,
the  battles  and  the  intrigues  of  the  3 kingdoms   published
by  Chinese   .
companies  were  all  false ,  were  all  fantasies  invented  by
Chinese  story  tellers .
Post by Siansiansian
Shang  dynasty  was  a  slave  owning  dynasty .
there  was  no  sucj  name as  CHINA     before  the  unification  of
China,not
during  the  Chou (  Zhow )    Dynasty  in  800  BC .
Before  the  Shang  Salve  Dynasty  in 1700  BC   , there  was  no
such a  thing
 as  the  Chinese people,
 the  Chinese  people   were   originally  known as  the  Hua people
and  the  Xia  people ,  from  two  different  tribes  in  around
Shangdong  province
 along  the  Yellow  River .
look  up the  meaning of  Hua  and  of  Xia .
Post by himyaosui
Does anyone know the history and genealogy of China's present Han-
Chinese Imperial Family?
There is no race called Chinese. It is a term used to described all
people under Qing Dynasty, namely Manchurian occupied territory, which
include Tibet, Xinjiang Mongolia, north-eastern and North-western
part  under Russia nowadays.
And who care who is the Han Imperial Chinese? Most importantly, people
can live and enjoy life peacefully generation after generation.
AntiDabianchenVirus
2011-04-14 11:05:30 UTC
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Post by himyaosui
Does anyone know the history and genealogy of China's present Han-
Chinese Imperial Family?
In http://groups.google.com/group/soc.culture.china/msg/1d1b73762f3c6ad2?hl=en
, you posted a thread asking if anyone knows "the history and
genealogy of China's present Han-Chinese Imperial Family".

35 minutes later, after rst9 took the trouble and responded, you
posted an answer to yourself: http://groups.google.com/group/soc.culture.china/msg/ee33343d249c918c?hl=en
, stating everything you had asked. Are you the son of Komin, or is
this your idea of a joke? Or are you posting yet from another mental
institution?

On your profile:

http://groups.google.com/groups/profile?hl=en&enc_user=69JA8REAAACHOOmCWzcxb7IScr8nvwo-kdEasx1kiYTQavV7mdW13Q

You had the gall to write that you are the "Official Emperor of China"
in exile. You must have forgotten to take those prescribed pills.
rst0wxyz
2011-04-14 15:27:33 UTC
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Post by himyaosui
Does anyone know the history and genealogy of China's present Han-
Chinese Imperial Family?
Inhttp://groups.google.com/group/soc.culture.china/msg/1d1b73762f3c6ad2...
, you posted a thread asking if anyone knows "the history and
genealogy of China's present Han-Chinese Imperial Family".
35 minutes later,  after rst9 took the trouble and responded, you
posted an answer to yourself:http://groups.google.com/group/soc.culture.china/msg/ee33343d249c918c...
, stating everything you had asked. Are you the son of Komin, or is
this your idea of a joke? Or are you posting yet from another mental
institution?
http://groups.google.com/groups/profile?hl=en&enc_user=69JA8REAAACHOO...
You had the gall to write that you are the "Official Emperor of China"
in exile. You must have forgotten to take those prescribed pills.
Well, I see we are dealing with another mental case.
I know just the perfect place for him, More Rock Loco Mental Hospital
with abianchen/Meichi, the "guy from Tawang".
l***@hotmail.com
2011-04-15 19:02:49 UTC
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Post by himyaosui
Does anyone know the history and genealogy of China's present Han-
Chinese Imperial Family?
Not a valid question.
Tang emperors were believed to have Turkic blood. While Song and Ming
rules were supposed to be Han, no one really know anything about
their
genetic make up. Their descents were hunted down and killed by the
Mongols and the Qings.
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