Descendants of Yan and Yellow Emperor
Yandi (炎帝) and Huangdi (黃帝) are both the ancestors of the Huaxia people. Legend has it they are both part of the Yanhuang tribe. They became enemies and fought each other in the Battle of Banquan. Eventually, Huangdi defeated Yandi and the two peoples gradually assimilated each other's culture and became known as the Huaxia people. Centuries later, the Huaxia developed into the Han Chinese, which is the majority Chinese today. Huangdi is known as the founder of the Chinese civilization.
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