All world civilization on all contitents began with Black African people!
Given that the Black race is the oldest, this fact should come as no
surprise! Historically Blacks have played the earliest civilizing role
in the world as shown by Kamit (ancient Egypt), Sumer, Babylon, Canaan,
Kush (Ethiopia), Indus Kush & Harrappa (ancient India), the Olmecs
(ancient America) and Shang of ancient China. Other great African
civilizations included the empires of Ghana, Mali, Songhai, Benin,
Zimbabwe and the Moors who ruled southwest Europe for 700 years.
Blacks were first in Asia and pioneered Asia's early civilization!
The Black role in Asia as elsewhere in the world, has been submereged and
distorted for centuries. Asia's African roots are well summarized in
African Presence in Early Asia by Ivan Van Sertima / Runoko Rashidi, and
African Presence in Early China by James Brunson. The original oriental
people were Black, and many of them still are Black - southern China and
Asia. The earliest occupants of Asia were 'small Blacks' (pygmies) who
came to the region as early as 50,000 years ago. In 100 Amazing Facts
About The Negro, J.A. Rogers reports that in 1923, Europeans first
discovered "a hitherto unknown Negro race, the Nakhis, 200,000 in number,
in Southern China." In The Children of the Sun George Parker writes "...
it appears that the entire continent of Asia was originally the home of
many black races and that these races were the pioneers in establishing
the wonderful civilizations that have flourished throughout this vast
continent." Reports of major kingdoms ruled by Blacks are frequent in
Chinese documents. The first kingdom of Southeast Asia is called Fou
Nan, famous for building masterful canal systemes. Chinese historians
described the Fou Nanese men as "small and black." The Ainus, Japan's
oldest known inhabitants, have traditions which tell of a race of dark
dwarfs which inhabited Japan before they did. Historians Cheikh Anta Dip
and Albert Churchward saw the Ainus as originating in Egypt! There is
archeological support for this. In addition, ancient Egypt and
Mesopatamia records the "Anu" (Ainu?). The Ainu ".. are of the same
original race and type as the Australian Aborigines" reports Churchward
in Signs and Symbols of Primordial Man. J.A. Rogers writes in Sex and
Race Vol. I, "... there are any number of Japanes who, but for color and
hair, bear a striking resemblance to the South African Bushman..." An
ancient tradition points to the conquest of Japan from the southeast by a
race of Black warriors.