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What is a possible explanation of why China abandoned overseas exploration in 1435? A. China could not develop advanced naval technology. B. The voyages of Zheng He failed to impress local rulers. C.
Confucian scholars wanted to protect China’s traditions. D. The Chinese feared the power of the Spanish navy.
What is a possible explanation of why China abandoned overseas exploration in 1435? B. The voyages of Zheng He failed to impress local rulers.
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