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eBook Sino Portuguese Trade from 1514 to 1644: A Synthesis of Portuguese and Chinese Sources ePub

by Chang Tien Tse,Tianze Zhang

  • ISBN: 0404569064
  • Category: Business and Finance
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Chang Tien Tse,Tianze Zhang
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Ams Pr Inc (June 1, 1978)
  • Pages: 157
  • ePub book: 1875 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1757 kb
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Together, let's build an Open Library for the World. Are you sure you want to remove Sino-Portuguese trade from 1514 to 1644 from your list? Sino-Portuguese trade from 1514 to 1644. December 14, 2009 History. a synthesis of Portuguese and Chinese sources. by Tianze Zhang, Chang Tien Tse. Published 1934 by Late E. J. Brill in Leyden.

Title also in Chinese. Errata: 1 leaf laid in. Bibliographic references.

Leyden, Late E. Brill, 1934. Title also in Chinese. Bibliography: p. -148.

Portuguese (Portugal).

Chinese sources state that the Portuguese settled around the Tunmen . Chang, Tien Tse (1978), Sino Portuguese Trade from 1514 to 1644: A Synthesis of Portuguese and Chinese Sources, Ams Pr Inc, ISBN 0404569064.

Chinese sources state that the Portuguese settled around the Tunmen Inlet (Chinese: 屯門澳; Sidney Lau: Tuen4Moon4O3), but the current whereabouts of the Tunmen Inlet is unknown, so the precise location of the Portuguese settlement and the battlefield remains under debate among historians. In the present day, "Tunmen" refers to Tuen Mun, the Cantonese reading of the same Chinese characters. ISBN 978-1-56656-439-7. Merle Calvin Ricklefs (2001).

Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused. 10 6½, pp. viii + 157. Leyden: late E.

Sino-Portuguese trade from 1514 to 1644 : a synthesis of Portuguese and Chinese sources .

Sino-Portuguese trade from 1514 to 1644 : a synthesis of Portuguese and Chinese sources /. Article. The humanitarian driven reform came from amongst other sources by way of incentives to inventors from the Royal Humane Society, the formation and establishment of a lifeboat service and a general up-swelling of opinion by exposure to pamphlets and newspapers against the evils of shipwreck. The technical response came as inventors and builders sought to find new forms of construction in ships, lifeboats, life-saving equipment and safety equipment amongst others.

Portuguese (T’ien-Tse Chang, Sino-Portuguese Trade from 1514 to 1644: A Synthesis of Portuguese and Chinese). Letters of Cortés, translated by Francis A. MacNutt. New York: G. P. Putnam, 244, 256–57.

imperialism was characterized by cruel and crafty people such as Portuguese (T’ien-Tse Chang, Sino-Portuguese Trade from 1514 to 1644: A Synthesis of Portuguese and Chinese). The imperialists also brought with them noise pollution in which the society such as the city of Canton suffered from the noise of their cannon shook the earth. Further, the trade brought. T’ien-Tse Chang, Sino-Portuguese Trade from 1514 to 1644: A Synthesis of Portuguese and Chinese. TERM Winter '11. TAGS Nursing, People's Republic of China, 16th century, westernization.

Sino-Portuguese trade from 1514 to 1644: a synthesis of Portuguese and Chinese sources. 57. Retrieved 21 November 2011. friendship with the Emperor of China, and to try to obtain permission to erect a fortress at Tunmen where he was to stay with his subordinates.