Question by : The cradle of Chinese civilization?
centered on the great Northern Plain’s grasslands, where millet grew abundantly.
lay south of the Yangtze River’s swamplands, where there were many rice farms.
was the Yellow River valley, where rich soils made a wide variety of crops possible.
began along the Yangtze River, but over time became centered around the Yellow River valley.
actually began with non-Chinese peoples who were still hunter-gatherers.

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Answer by Nakor
Read Sitchens work The Lost Book of Enki, this will show you how ALL civilization started. (It’s a collection of ancient Sumerian cuneiform tablets.)

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