China-Malaysia relations
China–Malaysia relations (Chinese: 中马关系; Malay: Hubungan China–Malaysia) refers to bilateral foreign relations between the two countries, China and Malaysia. China has its embassy in Kuala Lumpur ...
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Ming Dynasty
The Ming Dynasty was the last Han Chinese dynasty of Imperial China. The Ming, under the first Emperor Hongwu, came to power with the decline and fall of the...
Ming Dynasty
The Ming dynasty, also Empire of the Great Ming, was the ruling dynasty of China for 276 years (1368–1644) following the collapse of the Mongol-led Yuan dynasty. The Ming, described by som...
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Malacca Sultanate
The Malacca Sultanate (Malay: Kesultanan Melayu Melaka; Jawi script: كسلطانن ملايو ملاك) was a Malay sultanate centered in the modern-day state of Malacca, Malaysia. Conventional historical thesis...
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Yang Shen
Yang Shen (simplified Chinese: 杨慎; traditional Chinese: 楊慎; pinyin: Yáng Shèn; 1488–1559) was a poet in the Chinese Ming dynasty. His courtesy name was Yongxiu (用修); his art names included...
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Ni Duan
Ni Duan (Chinese: 倪端; pinyin: Ní Duān; Wade–Giles: Ni Tuan; (1436-1505), style name as Zhongzheng (仲正), was an imperial Chinese painter in the Ming Dynasty.Ni Duan as born in Hangzhou. He ...
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Literary Inquisition
The literary inquisition (Chinese: 文字獄; pinyin: wénzìyù; literally: "imprisonment due to writings") or speech crime (Chinese: 以言入罪) refers to official persecution of intellectuals for...
Wang Fuzhi
Wang Fuzhi (Chinese: 王夫之; pinyin: Wáng Fūzhī; Wade–Giles: Wang Fuchih), 1619–1692) courtesy name Ernong (而农), pseudonym Chuanshan (船山), was a Chinese philosopher of the late Ming, early Qi...
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Zhou Man
Zhou Man (Chinese: 周滿; pinyin: Zhōu Mǎn), was a 15th-century Chinese admiral and explorer. He was born into a wealthy merchant family in the year 1378 AD; when he was six years old, his father...
Shi Kefa
Shi Kefa (February 4, 1601—May 20, 1645), courtesy names Xianzhi (simplified Chinese: 宪之; traditional Chinese: 憲之; pinyin: Xiànzhī) and Daolin (simplified Chinese: 道邻; traditional Chin...
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Japanese Left Army
The Japanese Left Army was a Japanese army in the 16th-century Japanese invasions of Korea. Under the command of Ukita Hideie in the late 1500s, it consisted mainly of the former First division led by...
Red Turban Rebellion
The Red Turban Rebellion (Chinese: 紅巾起義; pinyin: Hóngjīn Qǐyì) was an uprising influenced by the White Lotus Society members that, between 1351 and 1368, targeted the ruling Yuan dynasty of Ch...
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Guilty Chinese Scholartree
116°23′33.64″E / 39.9231167°N 116.3926778°E / 39.9231167; 116.3926778The Zuihuai (Chinese: 罪槐; pinyin: Zuìhuái; literally: "guilty pagoda tree"), a specimen of the...
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Battle of Dadaejin
The Battle of Dadaejin, along with the Siege of Busan, was one of the first battles of the Japanese invasions of Korea (1592–1598). The Battle of Busan and the Battle of Dadaejin occurred almost simul...
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Ningbo Turmoil
The Ningbo Incident (Japanese: 寧波の乱, other names: 寧波争貢事件, 明州の乱, 宗設の乱; Chinese: 宁波之乱), was a 1523 brawl between trade representatives of two daimyo clans — the Ouchi clan (大内氏) and the Hosokaw...
Dongnae eupseong site
The Dongnaeeupseong Fortress is located on Dongnae-gu, Busan Metropolitan City, Republic of Korea.Traditionally In Korea, a wall-fortress was erected in each town to keep it safe from invasions. In th...
Xu Zhonglin (writer)
Xu Zhonglin (died 1560) was a Chinese writer who lived in the Ming Dynasty. He is best known as the author of the novel Fengshen Yanyi. He was born in Nanjing.Some say that Xu wrote the novel for a tr...
Feng Menglong
Feng Menglong (simplified Chinese: 冯梦龙; traditional Chinese: 馮夢龍; pinyin: Féng Mènglóng, 1574–1645) was a Chinese vernacular writer and poet of the late Ming Dynasty. He was born in ...
Chen Lin (Ming)
Chen Lin (陳璘) Style Name: Chaojue (朝爵) (1543–1607) was a Chinese general and admiral of the Ming Dynasty. Chen Lin was a native of modern-day Shaoguan (韶關) in Guangdong province. He quelled the 1562 u...
Suncheon Japanese Castle
127°34′52″E / 34.90750°N 127.58111°E / 34.90750; 127.58111 Suncheon Japanese Castle, also known as Suncheon Waeseong (순천왜성, 順天倭城), Yegyo (예교, 曳橋), Manghaedae (망해대, 望海臺), in Ko...
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Japanese invasions of Korea (1592-1598)
The Japanese invasions of Korea comprised two separate yet linked operations: an initial invasion in 1592, a brief truce in 1596, and a second invasion in 1597. The conflict ended by 1598 in a militar...
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Gu Yanwu
Gu Yanwu (traditional Chinese: 顧炎武; simplified Chinese: 顾炎武; pinyin: Gù Yánwǔ; Wade–Giles: Ku Yen-wu) (July 15, 1613– February 15, 1682), also known as Gu Tinglin (Chinese: 顧亭林), w...
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Yongle Emperor
The Yongle Emperor (2 May 1360 – 12 August 1424), formerly romanized as the Yung-lo or Yonglo Emperor, was the third emperor of the Ming Dynasty in China, reigning from 1402 to 1424.Born as Zhu D...
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Fourth Chinese domination
The fourth Chinese domination was a period of the history of Vietnam, from 1407 to 1427 during which the country was ruled by Ming dynasty administrators. It was the result of the conquest of the regi...
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Haijin
The Haijin (Chinese: 海禁; pinyin: Hǎi Jìn; literally: "sea ban") order was a ban on maritime activities imposed during China's Ming dynasty and again at the time of the Qing dynasty. Intend...
Ji Xiao Xin Shu
Jixiao Xinshu (simplified Chinese: 纪效新书; traditional Chinese: 紀效新書; pinyin: Jìxiào xīnshū) or New Treatise on Military Efficiency was a military manual written by the Chinese general Qi Ji...
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Huang Zongxi
Huang Zongxi (simplified Chinese: 黄宗羲; traditional Chinese: 黃宗羲; pinyin: Huáng Zōngxī; Wade–Giles: Huang Tsunghsi, September 24, 1610 – August 12, 1695), courtesy name Taichong (太冲), w...
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Zhengzitong
The Zhengzitong (Chinese: 正字通; pinyin: Zhèngzìtōng; Wade–Giles: Cheng-tzu-t'ung; literally: "Correct Character Mastery") was a 17th-century Chinese dictionary. The Ming dynasty scholar...
Hong Chengchou
Hong Chengchou or Hung Cheng-chou (Chinese: 洪承疇; pinyin: Hóng Chéngchóu; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Hông Sêng-tiû; born 1593 - died 1665) was a military commander from Fujian at the end of the Ming Dynas...
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Zhu Gaoxu
Zhu Gaoxu (Chinese: 朱高煦; 30 December 1380 - 6 October 1426), Prince of Gaoyang (高陽王, created 1395), later the Prince of Han (漢王, created 1404) was the second son of the Yongle Emperor and Empress Ren...
Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum
The Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum (Chinese: 明孝陵; pinyin: Míng Xiào Líng; literally: "Ming filial mausoleum") is the tomb of the Hongwu Emperor, the founder of the Ming dynasty. It lies at the so...
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