MING - Describe the significance of seven voyages of Zheng He and the Ocean Ban policies of Ming and early Qing Dynasty and impacts 5 Zheng He born

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Describe the significance of seven voyages of Zheng He, and the Ocean Ban policies of Ming and early Qing Dynasty and impacts. Zheng He, born in 1371, was one of the famous navigator in Ming dynasty. The great undertaking of Zheng He and his seven marriages has great historical significance and far-reaching influence. It is both a glorification of the Chinese people and a pride of all mankind. The seven voyages of Zheng He had a great effect on Chinese history. By doing this, it promoted China's ancient navigation business reached its top as fifteenth or sixteenth Century world vanguard pioneer. Zheng He's journey to the West was the intercontinental navigation event of early history, large scale, advanced technology and wide range of activities in the history of ancient navigation in the world. 87 years earlier than Columbus's arrival on the mainland of the United States, Bida Gamma circled the Cape of Good Hope to reach India As early as 92 years, 114 years earlier than Magellan's global voyage. At that time, Zheng He was at the leading position in the world of

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