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What's in a surname? New study explores what the evolution of names reveals about China

What can surnames tell us about the culture, genetics and history of our society? That is the question being answered by Chinese researchers who have traced the evolution of surnames across China.
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What’s in a surname? New study explores what the evolution of names reveals about China"China stands unique with a 4,000-year history of recorded surnames stretching back to the Xia Dynasty of the 21st to 16th centuries BC."(tags:cu...

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