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Character Guide and Glossary
The Great Ming had two capitals, Beijing and Nanjing, and thirteen provinces, which were the thirteen Government Offices for Continued Development.
When the country had been founded, in order to avert similarities to the Yuan Dynasty, these weren’t called ‘provinces’, but that ‘Government Offices for Continued Development’ thing. Such a long and awkward name had obviously never caught on with the commonfolk, so everyone still distinguished them as provinces.
2 thoughts on “FYC 60: This Trip Was the Wrong Decision”
yin yuanhua throwing up on magistrate he… lmaoooo
thank you for the chapter!
How do you say it is called the river? xD For a second transmigrate to another novel 😛