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A Tentative Study of the Paddy-Cultivation Myths of the Baiyue Ethnic Groups--Focused on the Zhuang People

LI Zi-xian(Yunnan University, Kunming, Yunnan, 650091, China)  
Recent archaeological findings have proved that south China has enjoyed a history of paddy cultivation for thousands of years. Through analysis and comparative studies of the paddy cultivation myths of the Baiyue Ethnic Groups, particularly the Zhuang people's, together with a comprehensive review of the cultural features of the ancient Yue people, the ancestors of the Baiyue ethnic groups, a conclusion can be drawn that the paddy cultivation myths of the Baiyue as well as their ancestors must be the earliest versions in east Asia and southeast Asia.
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