Mong is a group of people who origined from Northern China along on the Yellow River, which today is called Shangdong, according to Chinese-Mong scholars and historians were written down. But today, Mong can be find in China, Taiwan, Laos, Vietnam, Thailand, Burma, USA, Canada, Austrialia, Argentina, France, French Guiyana, New Zealand, eles where around the world today. The Mong were one branch of the Chinese because they were Chinese origined before many wars separeted them. For this reason we have an evidence to proof that the Mong were Chinese.
by Anonymous November 07, 2003

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