Hung-wu


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Hung-wu

(ˈhʌŋ ˈwuː)
n
(Biography) See Hong-wu
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Hung-wu

(ˈhʊŋˈwu)

n.
(Chu Yüan-chang) 1328–98, emperor of China 1368–98: founder of the Ming dynasty.
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The Ming annals describe Luzon as being in "the south sea not far from Cang-chou." It also records a tribute mission from Luzon arriving in China "in the first month of the fifth year of Hung-wu" that is 1372.