Here is a new translation of the Ming Emerpro Zhu Yuanzhang’s poem about the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) by the longtime friend of the Islam in China project brother Bendan Newlan.
This is a flag created by Arthur Drakoni from Deviant Art for an alternate history China where China was ruled by Chinese Muslim rulers for a long time. Even […]
“My fighting men do not know writing, they only know three duties: do not kill, do not violate women and girls, and do not burn down huts or farmhouses.” – […]
Zhao Rugua (趙汝适) was a customs inspector in the city of Quanzhou during the time of the Song dynasty who wrote a two-volume book called Zhufan Zhi (諸蕃志) or Chu-fan-chi (Description […]
On my trip to NYC I had the good fortune to meet and interview James Frankel. James’ book on Liu Zhi, the famous Chinese Muslim scholar, was recently published and […]
Tha’alibi or Abu Mansur ‘Abd ul-Malik ibn Muhammad ibn Isma’il Neyshapuri (ابومنصور عبدالملك ابن محمد ابن اسماعيل نيشاپورى) who died in 1038 AAD, the famous Muslim Philologist describes the Chinese […]
Kublai Khan, the grandson of Genghis Khan and the founder of the Yuan Dynasty, took many people from Central Asia and made them work for him. One of these people […]