Links

The following are some useful and interesting links relating to our research:

The Archives of Cultural Exchanges – the pioneering work of Emeritus Professors Carl Johannessen and John Sorenson –  http://www.archivesofculturalexchanges.org/index.html

World Trade and Biological Exchanges Before 1492

The International Zheng He Society – www.chengho.org

Friends of Admiral Zheng He – www.admiralzhenghe.org

Information on Zheng He - www.zhenghe.org.cn

It’s Rainmaking Time! – http://itsrainmakingtime.com

 

Dr. Gunnar Thompson’s website on pre-Columbian New World Voyages – www.marcopolovoyages.com

The Library of Congress – www.loc.gov

Sikuquanshu online - www.sikuquanshu.com

An interesting animation of a Chinese treasure ship can be viewed at the following link: www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/sultan/explorers.html

A fascinating website (in Spanish) on pre-Columbian voyages to the New World can be found at: www.fcmedinasidonia.com

Dr. Greg Little’s report on a new site that has been found near the Binimi Road can be accessed via this link: www.mysterious-america.net/biminihoax.html

1421 team’s web designers, pedalo limited – www.pedalo.co.uk

Click on this link to read an article on the Chinese origin of golf: www.theherald.co.uk/news/54020.html

Charlotte Harris Rees’ website to promote the revised edition of her father’s book and her new book can be found at www.harrismaps.com

Click here to view O Globo’s take on 1421.

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