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    'Ugly portraits"China's Ancestor portrait

    The difference of ancestors portrait between Chinese and Japanese is,Japanese as beautiful as possible,Chinese on the other hand,as ugly as possible.
    74bef23d802ba4639a19a532150ecfc53249f1bf_hq.jpgShu and Hu,Gods.
    1610310023512669.jpgFuxi,emperor
    f0d92802abe7c4978c68282b8e4e9f24.jpgShennong,emperor
    ac60-fznefkh5200881.jpgThree emperors,not even humans anymore
    t013b69119b06a777b8.jpggonggong,evil emperor

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    Quote Originally Posted by xiongmao View Post
    Do you know whether Huangdi(yellow emperor) people, ancestor of modern chinese, was farmer tribe or nomad?

    " the Han dynasty historian sima qian's records of the grand historian places the reign of the yellow emperor, the legendary leader of youxiong tribes (有氏), at the beginning of chinese history. the yellow emperor is traditionally credited to have united with the neighbouring shennong tribes after defeating their leader, the yan emperor, at the battle of banquan."

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    Why actually they made them ugly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrt19 View Post
    Why actually they made them ugly?
    I don't think they were ugly from the point of ancient people's view.
    If western women were beautiful to Mongols, but Timur people, there would be a catastrophe.

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    The notion of beauty, in fact, has a very large cultural component.

    https://www.globaltimes.cn/content/976675.shtml

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