China’s Greatest Admiral: Zheng He

In the early 15th Century, the Ming dynasty’s Yongle Emperor dispatched an unprecedented series of naval expeditions to the Indian Ocean. Commanding them was a eunuch admiral known as Zheng He.

In the early 15th Century, the Ming dynasty’s Yongle Emperor dispatched an unprecedented series of naval expeditions to the Indian Ocean. Commanding them was a eunuch admiral known as Zheng He.

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