Reference: The Flood in the light of the Bible, Geology, and Archeology, by A.M. Rehwinkel, 1957, p. 69
digital artist research paper said:
been traced back to Nelson’s 1931 story “The deluge story in stone”. Nelson says that
according to the Hihking, Fuhi escaped the waters of a deluge, and reappeared as the
first man at the reproduction of a renovated world, accompanied by his wife, three sons
and three daughters. The temple illustration is a separate account which Nelson
attributes to Gützlaff, presumably Karl Gützlaff, a Lutheran missionary in China around
1825. Gützlaff reports it as a picture of Noah, not Fuhi. There is no further references
to allow either account to be checked and the temple illustration has not been found by
So in essence, it is a story, taken from a story, using an unsubstantiated cave find that in the nearly 200 years since the supposed find has not been found by anyone else.
This of course does not answer the question I previously posted.