1. Historical – The Mongolians and northern nomads fought the Chinese for several thousand of years. The testamony of this the Great Wall of China, 2000 years old, 6000 miles long structure. While the Chinese are proud of the Wall as a great symbol of China’s engineering efforts, the Mongolians regard it as the ultimate symbol of the Mongolian power and dominance, and the clear proof of Chinese defeat and humiliations at the hands of Mongolians for thousands of years. As an old Mongolian idiom says: The Chinese love to say “we are the greatest nation on earth because we built the greatest building on earth – the great wall. The Mongolians love to say “we are even greater than the Chinese because we forced them to build the greatest building on earth – the great wall”.
2. Cultural – The Mongolians always were nomadic horsemen, hunters, and warriors, whereas the Chinese were always rice and vegetable farmers. From here, there is an ultimate culture clush – the clush of civilizations for thousands of years.
3. Political – China now occupies and colonizes a one-half of the historic Mongolian land north of the Great Wall. This includes Southern Mongolia (so called Inner Mongolia in China – we do not use this term because this is actually Manchurian term), Bayan-gol and Bortal provinces in Xinjiang, northern Gansu, Northern and western Heilongjiang, Western Jilin, and Western and northern Liaoning in China. The historic border between Mongolia and manchuria, on the one hand, and China, on the other hand, is the Great Wall. The land north of the Great wall belongs to Northern peoples. The land south of the Great wall is the historic Chinese land.
4. Anthropological – Mongolians belong to the Altaic group of peoples both genetically and linguistically. We are related to various turkish peoples, tungusic peoples like Manchurians, and Koreans, and northern Japanese (not all Japanese). Mongolians think we have nothing to do with Chinese who are related to Malay-Polinesian peoples in the South Pacific.
These are reasons why there is a strong dislike of Chinese in Mongolia. In fact, in my view, many peoples in Asia dislike Chinese. So, this is not only a Mongolian phenomenon. I do not know why other peoples in Asia dislike Chinese.
3 政治- 中国现在占领和殖民长城以北一半的历史上蒙古人的土地 这包括了南蒙古（就是中国所谓的内蒙古-我们不用这个名字因为这是一个满族人措词），xj的巴彦沟 和 Bortal，北甘肃，黑龙江的西部和北部，吉林的西部，辽宁的西部和北部。蒙古人和满族的历史上边界是一回事，至于中国，那是另外一回事，是长城。长城北边的土地属于北方人，长城南边的土地是中国人的历史土地
4 人类学- 蒙古人从基因和语言上属于阿尔泰系，我们和多种多样的突厥系，通古斯人比如满族，韩国人，北方日本人（不是所有的日本人）有关联。蒙古人认为我们和中国人没有任何关系，中国人和南太平洋的马来-波尼西亚人有关联
Of course, all Mongolians including me dislike Manchu because of the Qing colonization. That does not mean to deny a scientific fact – eastern Mongolians in particular, buryats and bargas are genetically related to Manchus. This has been shown by genetics scholars at Britain’s prestigious Oxford University.
I am Mongolian, and I do not need to be anyone else except my-self. Yes, as a Mongolian, I have respect and affinity towards Altaic peoples like Koreans, Japanese and Turkish peoples.
我是蒙古人，我不需要成为除了我之外的任何人。是的 ，作为一个蒙古人，我尊重并且亲近阿尔泰系人比如韩国人，日本人 还有突厥系人
Yes, I agree. There is a huge debate among scholars about the Altaic group of languages. In fact, there are many debates about many different languages. This is natural. Nonetheless, scholars agree that Mongolian, Turkish languages and Tungusic languages are closer to each other than to the Chinese-Burmese languages. Besides, this so-called Altaic people is more of an identity rather than linguistic or genetic groupings. As long as peoples regard them-selves as Altaic that is more important than anything else.
Judging by your postings, you are not very intelligent or educated. Yes, today, it is very hard to reclaim our land and free our people from Chinese colonization. But you never know. Things always change. There might a chance to get back our land and people. Who could imagined, say, in 1970, the mighty Soviet Union very disappear. We Mongolians should just wait patiently. And, the Chinese are not fighting nation. The Chinese enevr ever won any major war. The Chinese were always the loser in wars even the numerical proportion gave them a huge advantages. Remember 13 century.
Yes, this is the challenge. If a miracle happens, and Southern Mongolia is united with Mongolia proper, what to do with 16 million Han Chinese in Southern Mongolia. The Mongolian population of the united Mongolia will be only 7.5-8 million (3 million from Mongolia and plus 4.5 million from Southern Mongolia). Therefore, this will be a real pain. However, there is an international law – the 1961 Geneva convention on colonized countries, land and peoples, that allows the freed nation (in this case, Southern Mongolia becomes a part of Mongolia) to declare all the Han Chinese as illegal immigrants, and send them back them to their motherland (south of the Great wall) by all means including force. However, a probability of this is very low at the moment. Before this happens, many things should happen – for example, PLA is defeated by US, Japan or Russian Army in war over Taiwan or something. Nevertheless, as an old Mongolian idiom says – The dream dies last! If we look back at history, divided nations always get united ultimately if we keep strong will and courage. The great examples are united Vietnam, united Germany and others. I hope after 2 Koreas get united, it will be Mongolia that is united.
It is very unfortunate and dangerous that fast growing China is full of people like you – uneducated, unsophisticated and emotionally unstable. This is why the whole world including the most powerful country like USA, and all of China’s neighbors including Mongolia is very anxious of so-called peaceful rise of China. China is perceived as a threat to the world peace and security.
I strongly recommend you to read Jiang Rong’s best selling novel “Wolf totem”. Judging by your posting, you may not be aware that this book is the best seller ever in Chinese history (save Mao’s little red book during the cultural revolution) and it is being translated inot 60 languages. Professor Lu Jiamin (his real name) argues that the Chinese rice farming peasant culture turns the Chinese people into selfish and scared sheeps whereas the Mongolian horse-based herder and hunter culture turns Mongolians into brave and ruthless wolfs. This is not my word. But the words of the most successful novelist in Chinese history. After that we can debate about who is animal and who is human, and who deserves controls, rescrictions, and zoos, and who deserves freedom and democracy.
我强烈建议你读姜戎最好卖的小说“狼图腾” 你或许没有意识到这甚至是中国历史上最畅销的书（救救文化革命时期毛的小红书 （反讽））它被翻译成60种语言。吕嘉民教授（姜戎的真名）认为中国人稻作农业文明让中国人成为自私和胆怯的绵羊，然而蒙古马为基础的牧人和猎人文化让蒙古人成为勇敢和无情的狼。这不是我说的话，这是中国历史上最成功的小说家说的。现在我们能讨论谁是动物谁是人类，谁应该被控制，遏制，进动物园，谁应该得到皿煮和自由。