Additional confirmations for the historicity of the Genesis accounts come from a rather unexpected source: the written alphabet of the ancient Chinese. Comparing ancient Chinese and the holy Bible leads to a remarkable conclusion.
The pictorial Chinese language was composed an estimated 4,500 years ago (that is about 2,500 years before the birth of Christ and 500 years or so before Abraham left Ur and made his covenant with the Lord). As still used today, written Chinese employs pictures to express words or ideas. Simple pictures were combined to express more complex thoughts or concepts. Well known history and everyday things were used to make a word easier to remember.
By studying the composition of the symbols for some of the Chinese words some remarkable observations can be made: 
This overview is just an illustration of the numerous Chinese characters that can be broken down into the meanings of sub-characters. Words describing concepts such “to talk,” “to create,” “first,” “happiness or blessing,” “West,” “devil,” “tempter,” and “flood” can all be broken down in other symbols related to the Biblical accounts in Genesis.
Is this coincidence? Is this perhaps creative imagination?
Skeptics will argue this proves nothing but that some religious
fanatic had too much time and imagination. On the other hand, how
many symbols does one need to find to demonstrate this is no mere
coincidence? Five ? Ten? Perhaps twenty-five? The discovery of the
Biblical roots of the Chinese pictorial characters points to a
common bond between Chinese and Jewish people. This could well be
explained by the accounts of the creation, the flood and the
Read on about: 7. Testimony of the Non-Christian Writers.
 Examples taken from C.H. Kang and Ethel Nelson: The Discovery of Genesis (1979) and Timothy Boyle, Bible Stories Hidden in Chinese Characters (1990).
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