The Hongwu Emperor (21 October 1328 – 24 June 1398), personal name Zhu
Yuanzhang, was the founder and first emperor of China's Ming dynasty.
Apr 7, 2008 ... Hongwu, Wade-Giles romanization Hung-wu, posthumous name (shi) Gaodi,
temple name (miaohao) Taizu, original personal name (xingming) ...
Mar 5, 2014 ... The Hongwu Emperor (September 21, 1328 – June 24, 1398), personal name
Zhu Yuanzhang (Chu Yüan-chang, posthumous name ("shih"), ...
After this victory, in 1368 he proclaimed himself to be the Emperor Hongwu. His
name means “Vast Magnificent Military.” Later that year, his army entered Beijing
Feb 14, 2015 ... Hongwu is known for his autocratic style of rule, centralizing power in the hands
of the emperor even further than it had been previously, ...
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A major focus of Dr. Hong Wu's research is to study the molecular mechanism of
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By 1368 he controlled most of China and declared himself founder of the Ming
dynasty in Nanjing with a reign title of Hongwu ("Abundantly Martial"). Born a
Wu Hong, who always wears a lovely smile on her face, was announced to
succeed Rao Yi as dean of the School of Life Sciences at Peking University (PKU
During the reign of Hongwu, about 30 personal kilns were included with the
Imperial kilns at Jingdezhen, bringing the total number of kilns to just over 50 by