Zheng He's Voyages Down the Western Seas
五洲传播出版社, 2005 - China - 109 pages
Zheng He (1371-1433) was a great navigator in the history of China and the world and a pioneer in the great geographical discoveries. During the 28 years (1405-1433) from the third year of the reign of Emperor Yong Le to the eighth year of the reign of Emperor Xuan De of the Ming Dynasty, he successfully made seven voyages down the western seas (today's Indian Ocean).
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