Chen Cheng (Ming Dynasty)
Chen Cheng (Traditional Chinese: 陳誠; Simplified Chinese: 陈诚; Hanyu Pinyin: Chén Chéng) (1365–1457), Ming dynasty diplomat, style name Zi Lu (子鲁) pseudonym Zhu Shan (竹山).
Born 1365 in Linchuan coun...
Huang Daozhou
Huang Daozhou (Chinese: 黄道周, 1585–1646) was a Chinese calligrapher, scholar and official of the Ming Dynasty.Huang obtained the degree of Jinshi in 1622. He subsequently held various government po...
Koxinga
Koxinga or Coxinga (a westernization of Chinese: 國姓爺; pinyin: Guóxìngyé; literally: "Lord of the Imperial Surname"; 27 August 1624 – 23 June 1662) or Zheng Chenggong (Chinese: 鄭成功; pin...
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Fang Xiaoru
Fang Xiaoru (Chinese: 方孝孺; pinyin: Fāng Xìaorú) was an orthodox Confucian scholar-bureaucrat of the Ming Dynasty, famous for his continuation of the Jinhua school of Zhu Xi and later for his l...
Zhengde Emperor
The Zhengde Emperor (Chinese: 正德; pinyin: Zhèngdé) (26 October 1491 – 20 April 1521) was the Ming dynasty Emperor of China between 1505–1521. Born Zhu Houzhao, he was ...
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Fei Xin
Fei Xin (Chinese: 费信; ca. 1385 - after 1436) was a member of the military personnel of the fleet of the Ming dynasty admiral Zheng He, known as the author of a book about the countries visited by...
Zhang Han (Ming Dynasty)
Zhang Han (1511–1593) was a leading scholar-official during the Ming Dynasty (1368–1644) of China. Although eventually posted to serve in the capital at Beijing, Zhang was a native of the ...
Huang E
Huang E (Chinese: 黄峨; 1498–1569) was a Chinese poet of the Ming dynasty and is also known as Huang Xiumei (黄秀眉).
Her family's home was in Suining in Sichuan, but she often lived with her fathe...
Yang Xian (Ming dynasty)
Yang Xian (楊憲) (1330–1370) was Governor of Yangzhou (1368–1370) City and later became Chief of Central Secretariat (1370) of Ming Dynasty during the reign of Hongwu Emperor.
Yang Xian was born in ...
Zhu Yujian, Prince of Tang
Zhu Yujian (Chinese: 朱聿鍵; pinyin: Zhū Yùjiàn; 1602–1646), the Prince of Tang, reigned as the Longwu Emperor of the Southern Ming dynasty from 18 August 1645, when he was enthroned in Fuz...
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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 Chenhao
Zhu Chenhao (朱宸濠) (died 1521) or Prince of Ning (宁王) (ruled 1499–1521) was a member of Ming Dynasty's Royal Family. He was the 5th generation descendant of Zhu Quan, the seventeenth son of Hongwu Empe...