Chinese Muslims: Zheng He, Rebiya Kadeer, Bai Chongxi, Anton Medan, Liu Zhi, Hui Liangyu, Ospan Batyr, Muhammad Ma Jian, Shi Jin Qing,

9781156819418: Chinese Muslims: Zheng He, Rebiya Kadeer, Bai Chongxi, Anton Medan, Liu Zhi, Hui Liangyu, Ospan Batyr, Muhammad Ma Jian, Shi Jin Qing,

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 43. Chapters: Zheng He, Bai Chongxi, Ma Hongkui, Rebiya Kadeer, Ma Zhanshan, Dong Fuxiang, Ma Zhongying, Zhang Chengzhi, Han Youwen, Ma Hongbin, Hu Songshan, Yulbars Khan, Ma Hualong, Ma Hushan, Ma Chengxiang, Ma Fuxing, Yusuf Ma Dexin, Ma Qixi, Sabit Damulla Abdulbaki, Ma Wanfu, Wang Ju-Rong, Ma Rulong, Ma Fuyuan, Ma Sheng-kuei, Ma Jiyuan, Ma Fulu, Wang Zi-Ping, Ma Huan, Ma Zhancang, Ma Biao, Tang Kesan, Chang Yuchun, Ma Zhan'ao, Pai Tzu-li, Liu Zhi, Anton Medan, Ma Bukang, Helen Wu, Ma Dunjing, Ma Yuanxiang, Ma Liang, Ma Xinyi, Ma Linyi, Ospan Batyr, Yeheidie'erding, Ma Haiyan, Hu Dahai, Elihan Tore, Su Chin-shou, Mu Ying, Ma Fushou, Ma Qianling, Muhammad Ma Jian, Ma Yonglin, Ma Guoliang, Shi Jin Qing, Ma Sanli, Ma Shenglin, Wang Daiyu, Liu Bin-Di, Bai Shouyi, Wang Jinghong, Du Wenxiu, Ma Ju-lung, Ma Zhanhai, Ma Ching-chiang, Ma Yue, Ma Buluan, Ma Xiao, Ma Dahan, Great Lady of Gresik. Excerpt: Zheng He (1371-1435, ?? / ??; pinyin: Zhèng Hé), also known as Ma Sanbao (??? / ???) and Hajji Mahmud Shamsuddin (Persian: ???? ????? ???) was a Hui-Chinese mariner, explorer, diplomat and fleet admiral, who commanded voyages to Southeast Asia, South Asia, the Middle East, and East Africa, collectively referred to as the Voyages of Zheng He or Voyages of Cheng Ho from 1405 to 1433. The route of the 7th voyage of Zheng He's fleet. Solid line: main fleet; dashed line: a possible route of Hong Bao's squadron; dotted line: a trip of seven Chinese sailors, including Ma Huan, from Calicut to Mecca on a native ship. Cities visited by Zheng He's fleet or its squadron on the 7th or any of the previous voyages are shown in red.Zheng, born as Ma He (?? / ??), was the second son of a Muslim family which also had four daughters, from Kunyang, present day Jinning, just south of Kunming near the southwest corner of Lake Dian in Yunnan. He was the great ...

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