Ming dynasty remembered, 思明
Although the Ming dynasty was overthrown in 1644, the dynasty continued to be remembered in many ways that continued to this day; Green Lion dance, nine emperor god worship, opera.
Ming Emperor Overseas?
In 1402, the Prince of Yan rebelled and became Emperor Yong Le. 3 years later, Admiral Cheng Ho was sent on his famous maritime voyages. Rumours says it was to capture the deposed Emperor Jian Wen.
Green Lion 青狮
A cultural art form that was developed to symbolise resistance against the Qing government and as a means to train resistance fighters.
Saint Long Wei, 龙尾圣王
He Ye Yun, an anti-Mongol leader who lived in Teochew after being defeated by the Ming Emperor Hong Wu. He served the Teochews and after his passing, he was remembered by Teowchews as Saint Long Wei.
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The Patriotic Princess
Princess Chang Ping
The story of last Ming princess who used sucide as political resistance and an attempt to help restore her fallen dynasty.
List of Ming emperors
A reference list of personal names, temple names, reign titles and reign dates of Ming emperors.
Tainan Grand Matsu Temple
The former palace of Ming King turned into a temple to Mazu. Now an important temple and a rare site of Southern Ming history.
Zhu Shu Gui, Prince of Southern Ming
The tragic story of a Prince who choose death rather than to surrender to the Qing invaders.