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  • Records of the Imperial Title-Conferring Envoys to Ryukyu (Shi Liu Qiu Ji)

    In 1800 (the 5th year of the reign of Emperor Jiaqing of the Qing Dynasty), Li Dingyuan, an officer in the Qing court, was sent to Ryukyu as a deputy imperial title-conferring envoy to accompany Zhao Wenkai. Li’s Records of the Imperial Title-Conferring Envoys to Ryukyu (Shi Liu Qiu Ji) recorded his voyage to Ryukyu in the form of a journal, in which he noted Diaoyu Yu, Chiwei Yu and other islands.

    Chiwei Yu

    Chiwei Yu

    What we use here is a printed edition published by Zhuyitang Press, Shanghai, during the reign of Emperor Guangxu (1875-1908) of the Qing Dynasty, which is now part of the Continuation of Ryukyu Materials housed by China’s National Library.

     

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