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The “Korean Jinshi” of Early Hongwu Years in Ming Dynasty:On the Examination of Bin Gong in Ming Dynasty
Pages: 130-138
Year: Issue:  4
Journal: Nankai Journal(Philosophy,Literature and Social Science Edition)

Keyword:  Early Hongwu YearsKorean Jinshithe Examination of Bin Gong;
Abstract: In the year of Hongwu time, Zhu Yuanzhang ordered to implement Bin Gong at the time of imperial examination and gave letters to the kingdoms of Korea, Vietnam and Champa, and only Korea received the letter then. After deliberating on the institutions of previous dynasties, the Ming Court and the Korean Kingdom made detailed regulations on the procedure of examination, the age of applicants, the content of examination, and the announcement of successful applicants. However, the examination of Bin Gong was abolished due to the political changes of Ming Court, the regime change on Korean peninsula and the limited Chinese language skill of Korean scholars. Thereafter, the examination of Bin Gong, which was initiated since the Changqing years in Tang Dynasty, had never been practiced anymore.The exchanges between China and her subordinate kingdoms were substituted by other various interactions.
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