Totally agree with this. There has been much fighting and animosity between different social and ethnic groups within the chinese empire and we still consider this vast over-arching culture group as 'chinese'. I remember well my days as a school boy in New Zealand the rivalry that was present between groups such as tongans and samoans. This doesn't change the fact that they think of themselves as polynesian though. NewZealand is the modern place where people of the various polynesian groups live together in the largest numbers. I think Auckland is the most populous polynesian city on earth, fact check me though. One thing the developers probably aren't aware of is that polynesians (the maori in particular) are extremely sensitive to what they perceive as disrespect towards their culture. Something that would be written off as a harmless jest to most can often invoke accute anger and cries of heinous disrespect. This causes many to tread on eggshells when depicting, discussing or emulating polynesian cultures. There can be deep meaning to seemingly (to outsiders) innocuous elements, so if you get it wrong - look out.