The Ming Dynasty of China: The Fall of the Mongol Empire, Death by 9 Degrees, Ming Sea Voyages Providing New Technologies, the Ming Dynasty Making China the Most Powerful Nation, Christians in China, Moving From the Lunar Calendar to the Western Julian Calendar, and Italian Christian Jesuit Matteo Ricci

During the 1350’s, the Mongol empire fell, an empire which once spanned from Hong Kong to Europe. The chaos that ensued gave rise to opportunity for peasant generals of small clans to stand up above all others in the claim for dominance. The Ming Dynasty itself was ushered in and lasted for 300 years. The most horrific death within the Chinese system was “death by 9 degrees” which meant that not only did a guilty party die, but also their parents, grandparents, brothers, sisters, children, grand...

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