The Ming dynasty ruled China from 1368 to 1644. A dynasty describes a period when a single family rules a country. When the ruler of a dynasty dies or passes on the power, one of there relatives usually takes between eras of Mongol and Manchu dominance.
Ming Dynasty admiral Zheng
At this time people were making pottery and having a good time with it the major achievements in art were in painting and pottery.
There was many new developments in ceramics, along with the continuation of established traditions
There army was never strong and they had many people they all had good technology and good weapons.
The Mings were not the best of neighbors
Ming Dynasty admiral Zheng was born in 1371 into a Muslim family in Yunnan province. When Ming troops captured him, they sent him to work for the imperial family. Zheng became a trusted advisor to the future Yongle Emperor
The Ming Dynasty restored the former literary examinations for public office. That was a change that pleased the literary world.
In the 15th century, Japanese raiders teamed up with Chinese pirates to make coastal raids in Chinese waters. The Ming government eventually tried to stop Japan's attempt to control Korea, which became a long and costly campaign