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Saturday, April 23, 2011

Khas untuk orang China.Menurut kajian Hugo, orang Melayulah mempopulasikan tamaddun China

Proto Malays

Proto Malay, also known as Melayu asli (aboriginal Malay) or Melayu purba (ancient Malay) are the mongoloids and austronesian speakers from mainland Asia who moved to the Malay peninsular and Malay archipelago in a long series of migration between 2500 and 1500 BC.[10] The Encyclopedia of Malaysia: Early History, has pointed out a total of three theories of the origin of Malay:

The Yunnan theory, Mekong river migration (published 1889)
The theory of Proto Malay originating from Yunnan is supported by R.H Geldern, J.H.C Kern, J.R Foster, J.R Logen, Slametmuljana and Asmah Haji Omar. Other evidences that support this theory include:
Stone tools found at Malay Archipelago which are analogous to Central Asian tools;
Similarity of Malay customs and Assam customs; and
the fact that the Malay language & Cambodian language are kindred languages because the ancestral home of Cambodians originated at the source of Mekong River.
The New Guinea theory (published 1965).
The Taiwan theory (published 1997). For more see Austronesian languages.
The theories presented above could be rendered false and in need of revision due to new scientific evidence presented by HUGO (Human Genome Organization) through genetic studies of the Asian races that points to a single Asian migration from South East Asia traveling northwards and slowly populating East Asia instead of the other way around which as popularly depicted above. From the scientific discovery which has been a silent evidence, it has pointed out that the South East Asian civilizations including the Malays are a much older civilization compared to the widely researched and well documented east Asians' anchient civilizations[11]

The proto Malays are believed to be seafarers knowledgeable in oceanography and possessing agricultural skills. They moved around from island to island in great distances between New Zealand and Madagascar, and they served as navigation guides, crew and labour to Indian, Arab, Persian and Chinese traders for nearly 2000 years. Over the years they settled at various places and adopted various cultures and religions.

Deutero Malays

The earlier Malays were later replaced by the Deutero Malays in the second wave of migration from mainland Asia around 300 BC.[12] The present day Malays of the peninsula and coasts of the Malay Archipelago are described anthropologically as Deutero Malays;[13] a combination of Proto Malays with Kambujas of Hindu-Buddhism faith, the Indo-Persian royalties and traders, southern Chinese traders, the aborigine Negrito Orang Asli, native seafarers, and traders from countries along the ancient sea trade routes.

The emergence of this new hybrid group indirectly forced some groups of Proto Malays and aboriginal people to retreat into the hill areas of the interior further upriver. Notable proto Malays of today are Moken, Jakun, Orang Kuala, Temuan and Orang Kanaq.[14]

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