Lau HonKan  劉漢根    Hong Kong  McGill University, 1969 B. Electrical. Engineering,1970 M. Electrical Engineering, 1974  University of Toronto, Ph.D. Adaptive Optimal Control,
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心中智慧的操作: 劉漢根前半生的回憶, 1943-1983
Workings of Natural Intelligence Leading to Discoveries of Neolithic Jade Scripts:
H Kan Lau Recollections, 1943-1983

Neolithic Chinese Jade Scripts:
Slideshows of Neolithic Jade Scripts in English & Chinese  2010.09.03  New version
2010.09.03新版本: 玉刻契漢字的起源与發展的實物証據的圖片展

I. Neolithic "Cultural Jades" and the Origins and the developments of Neolithic Chinese Scripts.
Press for Photo Galleries to travel from the very beginnings of Jade sculptures, picture carvings and
   Scripts to the Scripts maturity.

I-1.  Evolution of Humans from Dinosaur and Dinosaur Bird

I-2.  Human Evolution and Formations of Scripts in the North:

 XiangKiang Black Jade:Dinosaur, Bird, Dinosaur Man, Bird Man, and Early Human


I-3.  GangSu Carved Human Figures and Early Scripts:

  1. Formation of Character Scripts



Formation of Carved Pictures & Scripts



       3. GangSu Carved Human Figures and Early Scripts

       3-1.   GangSu Human & Animated Pictures Evolving into Early Scripts                                                            New!


       3-2.  GangSu close to Inner Mongolia

          Human Jade Statues with Carved names:
Early Human & Carved Scripts



Early Human & Names in Carved Scripts

I-4.  The Neolithic TaiWu (太湖) Cultural Jades : 

Neolithic TaiWu Culture (太湖文化)  Early Scripts


2. The Neolithic TaiWu Very Early "Bird Scripts" 

3. Scripts of FuShui (父燧氏)


Tahoe (太昊氏), TaYan (太炎氏) Scripts  


I-5.  Central Plains Cultural Jades:  


   1.  Inner Mongolia , Liaoning, Heibei & Shaaxi leading to Central Plains Scripts


        2.  Pre Cangjie Carved Scripts


       1-2. "蒼頡"前与同時代其他作者玉品文字                                                                                               New!


       3.  CangJie(蒼頡): Consolidations of Scripts 
        3-1. Neolithic Central Plains
CangJie (蒼頡) Scripts


Cangjie (蒼頡) Scripts on Big Vases


 I-6.  Pre Cangjie Inscribed Jade Scripts

I-6.  Late Neolithic Jades Vase:         


1. The Northern Cultural Jades:
1-1. North West: The current academic archeological publications and the practice in market place still refer Neolithic jades
according to the  burial jades of the archaeology cultures. These has been based on the bench mark established by
archaeologists from specimens from tombs dug up at Hongshan, Liangchu, Chejiapin, and Dawenkou etc. 
As more and more Neolithic cultural jades have been collected by us, we have discovered that the burial jades were
degenerated art forms derived from the cultural jades we have collected as they were recovered from historical ruins.
We have found out that the earliest scripts were carved/engraved on Jade sculptures across China from XiangKiang,
GangSu, and degenerated to the burial jades found in tombs of the "Hongshan culture" of Inner Mongolia and Liaoning,  
1-2. North East: The Northern Culture was initiated by the most primitive art forms  of Dinosaur men
and  Dinosaur Birdmen in XiangKiang. The GangSu Neolithic scripts demonstrated the transformation from figure sculptures
to two dimensional human carved pictures and finally to the early carved scripts representing individual leaders. It seems
that the early figure sculptures and the script identity of leaders in the clanship were inherited in the Hongshan Neolithic
jade Culture of Inner Mongolia and Liaoning. The Hongshan burial jade sculptures symbolic representation of the cultural jades
established from the earlier Xiangjiang/Gansu cultural jades. It appears therefore,  that the burial Hongshan jades might
have originated from the cultural jades of Xiangjiang and the GangSu areas.
1-3. GangSu/SiChuan: The protruded nose, and eyes seen from the jade figures from the  GangSu Neolithic cultural jades
also bear the outstanding features found in the SiChuan's Sanxingdui burial cultural jades. One can induce that the
Neolithic cultures of the SiChuan, Qinghai, Yunan and the Tibetan highlands might have shared the same culture origins from
the XiangKiang and Gangsu from the bygone years before the Neolithic age, as our forefathers, the dinosaurs . 
The Eastern Cultural Jades:
2-1. The TaiWu Neolithic cultural remains in KiangSu were found to bear records of early scripts formation from
the time of FuShui "父"燧, TaHoi "太昊", to TaYan "太炎". More matured scripts on jade zongs were found from
LaingChu cultural sites of ZheKiang.
2-2. The Birds totem of the "Eastern Yi" originated from the Northern Culture of XiangKaing
and GangSu.
The Eastern Yi might have migrated south from LaioNing to Shangdong, and to KiangSu, or from GangSu, to
Henan and to KiangSu.
The eastern Yi clan of KiangSu developed engraved scripts by freely engraving on jade seals and varieties of
implements. Our collected Eatsern Yi jade implements seem to come from a large settlement covering an extended
legacy of many generations of art works, as reflected by the various stages of development of scripts forms.
The Zhejiang Liangchu jade scripts were of more matured styles scripts indicating that the Liangchu culture at
Zhejiang might belong to the later Eastern Yi culture.  
The Central Plains Cultural Jades
3-1. The Northern and Eastern influences in  Central Plains fully developed Chinese scripts have been
traceable from the scripts art forms. over time.
3-2. The character scripts found on the Central plains of Shaanxi, Shanxi, and Hennan
were well established and diversified in form. They appeared to be more delicately structured. We have found
inspirationally carved jade vases bearing the markings of the name Cangjie (蒼頡) , the legendary consolidator of
the Chinese character scripts .