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Date of visit: August Reviewed 3 July Western style Chinese food. Service great, food amazing and prices not bad for what you get. Restaurant big so plenty of room for parties and they have 2 seperate function rooms as well.
Bar service and full table service. Menu is great We go here quite a lot and would recommend to everyone local or traveling More.
The Ming has changed hands. Once it was really the best chinese you could taste. It was delightful and extremely good. Now it is very average.
Just a take away at a high price. Never going back. So disappointed. First time visit after hearing so much about it.
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Throughout the Ming dynasty, around fifty texts were published on the treatment of smallpox. Sinologist historians debate the population figures for each era in the Ming dynasty.
The historian Timothy Brook notes that the Ming government census figures are dubious since fiscal obligations prompted many families to underreport the number of people in their households and many county officials to underreport the number of households in their jurisdiction.
The practice is well documented in China, going back over two thousand years, and it was described as "rampant" and "practiced by almost every family" by contemporary authors.
The government tried to mitigate this by creating their own conservative estimate of 60,, people in Historians are now turning to local gazetteers of Ming China for clues that would show consistent growth in population.
Even with the Jiajing reforms to document migrant workers and merchants, by the late Ming era the government census still did not accurately reflect the enormous growth in population.
Gazetteers across the empire noted this and made their own estimations of the overall population in the Ming, some guessing that it had doubled, tripled, or even grown fivefold since From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Not to be confused with Mingus Dynasty. Former empire in Eastern Asia, — Ming China in during the reign of the Yongle Emperor. Prior to proclaiming himself emperor, Zhu Yuanzhang declared himself King of Wu in Nanjing in Remnants of the Ming imperial family ruled southern China until as the Southern Ming.
The Ming loyalist state Kingdom of Tungning on Taiwan lasted until , but it was not ruled by the Zhu clan and thus usually not considered part of the Southern Ming.
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