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xiaohuangshan is the site of an extremely late neolithic construction (perhaps 9000-8000 bce; huan et al. 2021), and it would be a place for chinese first adopters to see the domesticated millet and rice, but surely, they were more common before that, with the population expanding, if there was a population "core" at that time in the yangtze valley.
a very detailed study has been done recently of the role of climate in chinese culture, history, and prehistory (xuecheng zhou et al. 2019). cities and even some villages in the north were located at elevations usually averaging about 200-300 meters, and the entire area had fairly dry temperatures of winter and summer, sometimes warm (they did not always get so cool as in the east).
when archeology was based on excavation we had to go to many places; when photography became possible we had to see and learn from all these places. now we can look and know. sometimes, of course, we see the same thing over and over. a few years ago i visited the baltoro glacier and saw a wooden tub for storing a melted glacier. it was too expensive to bring it back to china, so in the ice it had stayed.
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