Here is some Xiong-Nu History, which does not say anything about Hakka. Sherman ______________________________________________________ Get Your Private, Free Email at http://www.hotmail.comTitle: SOTA Turkish World
History and origins of Turkic People
Origin of The Turks From Chinese Annals
"The ancestors of the Türks lived to the west of the Western Sea. They constitute an independent tribe. No doubt they are a detached branch of of the Hsiung-nu. (the Huns) They belong to the A-shih-na clan. Later they were defeated by a neighbouring country which completeley exterminated their tribe. There was a boy aged ten. The soldiers, in view of his youth couldnot bring themselves to kill him. they cut off his feet and arms and threw him into a marsh. There lived there a she wolf who fed him with meat. As the boy grew up he had sexual intercourse with the wolf and made her pregnant. The king [who had earlier attacked the tribe], apprised of the boy being alive, dispatched someone to kill him. The messenger sawthe shewolf with the boy and wanted to kill her as well. But the wolf fled to a mountain north of the Kao-ch'ang.
In the mountain there was a cavern and in the cavern there was a plaincovered with rich vegetation, stretching over several hundreds of li and enclosed on its four sides by mountains. Therein the wolf took refuge and later gave birth to ten boys. The ten boys grew up and took wives from the outside. In front of the gate to the camp they placed a standard with a wolf's head on it, so as to show they had not forgotten their origins. Liitle by little they constituted several hundred families. Several generations later they came out from the cavern, a certain A-hsien-shih led the tribe out from the cavern and submitted to the Juan-Juan. They served as blacksmith to this.
From Denis Sinor, The legendary Origin of The Türks, Folklorica, Fetschrift J. Oinas.
Culture and History of Turkic Peoples
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