1. In "Chapter 1, The Yi Peoples," what did those living in southern regions of China turn to for their livelihood and why?
Those living in southern regions of China turned to the sea for their livelihood, in "Chapter 1, The Yi Peoples," because they did not have farming land available to them.
2. Where did the forefathers of the Yi peoples migrate from?
The forefathers of the Yi peoples migrated from the highlands of Central China to the shore.
3. What did archaeological evidence show about these migrants?
Archaeological evidence shows that these migrants traveled to lands, such as New Guinea and Australia.
4. What do geologists theorize regarding mass migrations?
Geologists theorize that mass migrations that occurred in China following the last Ice Age were partially due to the shift caused by the ice, which compelled inhabitants to seek a more stable living environment.
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