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    Caster doesn't want to admit that modern research...

    Caster doesn't want to admit that modern research has found out that modern-day Japanese people owe their existence to Korean invaders before the Kofun period. If Koreans from Paekche did not arrive...
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    Caster, your ignorance in this matter is...

    Caster, your ignorance in this matter is downright awful. The incline of the O2b marker is from north to south. The O2b marker originated in Manchuria among the Tungusic peoples. The parent haplotype...
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    Caster, your lies about the history of the...

    Caster, your lies about the history of the Japanese people are appalling. Get your facts straight and admit that the ancient Koreans played a predominant role in the formation of the Japanese genetic...
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    Another thing. Ancient Japan was...

    Another thing. Ancient Japan was conquered/invaded/inhabited by a mass of Paekche people from south-west Korea just before the Kofun period. In fact, one study, based on historical records, suggests...
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    I laugh at all those people who downplay the...

    I laugh at all those people who downplay the genetic contribution of ancient Koreans to the modern Japanese stock. Did you know that scientists have found out that one of the major haplotypes in...
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    Regarding the ethnography of the Ainu, click...

    Regarding the ethnography of the Ainu, click here: http://www.kimsoft.com/2004/jp-origin.htm

    I don't know how one can say that the Yayoi were descendants of people from eastern China. If the Yayoi...
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    ToMach, can you give us a brief synopsis of the...

    ToMach, can you give us a brief synopsis of the book?



    Sorry to burst your bubble Wang, but the Yayoi did not come from eastern China. Scholarship generally agrees that the Yayoi were generally...
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    I read somewhere that the modern Japanese has Mon...

    I read somewhere that the modern Japanese has Mon genetic roots from South East Asia (possibly from the Vietnam-Cambodian region). National Geographic Japan once had an issue dealing with the Mon...
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    I posted this link on another thread. I think...

    I posted this link on another thread. I think this is the best info on the origins of the Japanese online: http://gias.snu.ac.kr/wthong/publication/paekche/eng/paekch_e.html



    So, what is your...
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    ToMach, are you familiar with the horse-rider...

    ToMach, are you familiar with the horse-rider theory about the origins of Japanese? (That the ancestors of the Yayoi were horse-riders from Siberia that passed through Korea and conquered the Jomon...
  11. Sticky: Poll: I picked Kofun and Asuka period because this...

    I picked Kofun and Asuka period because this period shows the relationship between the ancient Koreans and the Japanese.
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    Sticky: Poll: Wow, that is a knocker. I always thought that...

    Wow, that is a knocker. I always thought that Japanese people were very traditional on how they do things.
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    Poll: B+ and Mongoloid. Btw, I saw a map on a...

    B+ and Mongoloid.

    Btw, I saw a map on a web-site on blood type distribution. The B blood type is most common in Mongolia and Siberia. Korea also has a pretty high B blood ratio. However, the...
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    As a Korean Canadian and having grown up among...

    As a Korean Canadian and having grown up among fellow Koreans (both first and second generation types), the Korean value system is almost identical to the Japanese one. Also, I have to agree with Mac...
  15. There is a common idea among Koreans that the...

    There is a common idea among Koreans that the reason for the success of the Japanese economy during the 50s and 60s is due to their sales of leftover weapons to both sides of the Korean War. I don't...
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    This is where all the conspiracy buffs are...

    This is where all the conspiracy buffs are correct. There have been reports that the United States government under Roosevelt knew about a possible attack on the islands. That the United States...
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    Or the snake was just a wimpy old snake. :p

    Or the snake was just a wimpy old snake. :p
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    Well, I'm glad that I was educated in Canada and...

    Well, I'm glad that I was educated in Canada and not in Korea or Japan. I heard that suicide is not uncommon for youngsters in those two Asian countries (due to "exam hell" or failure). Education...
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