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The Research Trends of Chinese Scholars’ Research on the Dongbei Dong-yi

Jo Yeong kwang 1

1국사편찬위원회

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ABSTRACT

Dong-yi is a group of tribes who mainly distributed around Shandong region in the Pre-Qin area. They become the main members of the Chinese people. Since the Han Dynasty, Dong-yi has changed its meaning to refer to a group of people living in the Dongbei region. However, most Chinese scholars omit the document data verification and consider Dong-yi of Pre-Qin area as the same as Dong-yi of later. This is the political purpose of maintaining the sovereignty of the Dongbei region and securing the historical right of correspondence. Chinese scholars such as Sun Jinji and Li Deshan have separated the Ye-maek counties from Korean history and incorporated it into Chinese history, and Tungus tribes have also emphasized Chinese history. China’s neo-sinocentrism view of historical interpretation must be wary. However, there is a need to pay attention to the fact that there were the Pan-Sino Tribes that became a prototype of the Chinese in the Liaodong Peninsula of Pre-Qin area. The existence of a group of Chinese prototypes in the Dongbei region of China, which overlaps with the activities of ancient Koreans, has a considerable influence on restoring Korean ancient history. In addition, we should continue to pay attention to the relationship between the Pan-Sino Tribes in the Dongbei region and Dong-yi in the Shandong region.

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