Sino-Malay Trade and Diplomacy from the Tenth through the Fourteenth Century

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About the Publication

China has been an important player in the international economy for two thousand years and has exerted enormous influencee over the development and nature of political and economic affairs in the regions beyond its borders, expecially its neighbours. Sino-Malay Trade and Diplomacy from the Tenth through the Fourteenth Century examines how changes in foreign policy and economic perspectives of the Chinese court affected diplomatic intercourse as well as the fundamental nature of economic interaction between China and the Malay region, a subregion of Southeast Asia centred on the Strait of Malacca.

Co-publication: Ohio University Press

Ohio University Press

Contents

Sino-Malay Trade and Diplomacy from the Tenth through the Fourteenth Century [Whole Publication]
Preliminary pages
Introduction
1. Sino-Malay Interaction in the First Millennium AD
2. China's Economic Relations with Maritime Asia in the Song and Yuan Periods
3. The Malay Region's Diplomatic and Economic Interactions with China
4. Malay and Chinese Foreign Representation and Commercial Practices Abroad
5. China as a Source of Manufactured Products for the Malay Region
6. China's Evolving Trade in Malay Products
Conclusion
Appendix A: Chinese Imports to the Malay Region, Tenth through Fourteenth Century
Appendix B: Ceramics Data from Temasik-Period Sites, Singapore (Empress Place and Old Parliament House)
Appendix C: Malay Imports to China, Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries
Abbreviations
Notes
Bibliography
Index

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