The African role in early Asian civilization has been submerged and distorted for centuries. The original oriental people were Black and many of them still are Black - in southern China and Asia. Ancient Chinese Medicine dates back to the Shang Dynasty, founded by the African-Mongolian King T'ang, or Ta. (1500-1000 B.C.). The first Chinese emperor, the legendary Fu-Hsi (2953-2838 B.C.) was a woolly haired Black man. He is said to have originated the I Ching, or The Book of Change, which is the oldest most revered system of prophecy. It is known to have influenced the most distinguished philosophers of Chinese medicine and thought.