Chinese ancient texts rarely mention the Mac Bac site. The land of Mac Bac is a land located in the north of the desert. The desert mentioned here is the Desert Through Bich (Gobi), in Mongolian meaning “empty place”. Therefore, it is not easy to determine the boundaries of this country. This classroom is a mistake making poster. In general, the Mac Bac land in the east reaches the vast Thai Binh sea, west to the Ob river or the Irtych river, to the north bordering on the icy region year-round snow, endless immeasurable, and now called West Ba Loi or Xi Be (Sibérie), in the south is dry deserted, hot and cold, with a very high difference between daytime and nighttime temperatures.
This country has many successive prairies, very convenient for moving on horseback, so the people of this country, male and female, ride well on the best of humanity. They are nomads, now and then, living by raising livestock such as cows, sheep, camels, horses, where there is grass for cattle to eat, they come, wherever the grass is, they leave. In the past, they raised a lot of horses, sold to Chinese people a lot of money. They used to drink fresh milk and fresh blood from cattle, eat meat, very little starch and vegetables.