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Without that delay he would have been at sea much earlier and none of this would be happening.Ever since the ‘‘Ming ban’’ when emperor Hongwu imposed restrictions on private overseas trade, potters at the Thai kiln sites had been working flat out to meet the growth in demand from the Southeast Asian market.It also becomes clear that the Chinese regained its monopoly in the 17th century when the Europeans entered into the Asian trade network Dreary weather and intermittent rain has led to a dramatic drop in temperature over the last few days and then, just as the rain finally stopped, a cold wind began to blow from the north.It whipped up high waves and enormous swells that broke repeatedly against the side of the ship giving the deck, and everyone on it, a good showering. Captain Heng Tai dexterously managed to avoid getting any salt water in his face as he crouched and turned with every hit.Historical shipwrecks with cargoes of porcelain and pottery are perfect time capsules if properly excavated and researched.Frozen in time, shipwrecks provide an accurate insight into ancient maritime trade and the goods traded at the time when the ship was lost.
This was done in order to formalize and to expand on the company’s researcher’s extensive knowledge of Asia’s ceramic developments and maritime trade.He was an experienced captain who had sailed this route many times before, but never so late in the season.The best time for the voyage was December when the northeast monsoon winds guaranteed a fair and safe passage all the way down the South China Sea.But now, late in February, the winds were forceful, occasionally violent and sometimes frightening.
The swell generated by these waves was higher than any Heng Tai could remember.Shipwrecks which remain undisturbed on the seabed for centuries provide vital information about the past.