Tsung-tung Chang[張聰東] 1988:
“Indo-European vocabulary in Old Chinese: A new thesis on the emergence of Chinese language and civilization in the Late Neolithic Age”, Sino-Platonic Papers 7, Philadelphia.
This Chinese scholar wrote the 1988 paper on the Chinese language origin with the proto-Indo-European (proto IE).
Interestingly very similar ‘coincidence’ occurs in 1500 words between Chinese and proto IE:
Take -> 得 tek (ancient Chinese sound as in Fujian dialect today)
Mort -> 殁 mo
See -> 视 see
Cow -> 牛 gu
After the Tower of Babel, God confused the human into different languages, but by the linguistic ‘archaeology’ ‘Half Life’ Theory, we can deduce ~ 4,900 years ago the Chinese and the Germanic (English, Denmark, German …) shared the same common linguistic root.
The ancient Chinese scholar Xu Shen许慎(东汉 : 58 CE -147 CE) who compiled…
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