Ng Itkng

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Ng Itkng
Modern wax statue of Ng
Born1 September 1391
Siqiao, Wei
Died1 September 1455(1455-09-01) (aged 0)
Siqiao, Zong
OccupationZong navigator and explorer
Known forClaimed what is now known as Sinte for Zong.
Spouse(s)
WOMAN (m. 1415)

Ng Itkng (Zong: 黃逸光; 1391 – 1455) was a Zong colonist, navigator, cartographer, draftsman, soldier, explorer, geographer, ethnologist, diplomat, and chronicler who completed sixteen voyages across the Shendan Ocean and claimed what is now Sinte for King Unman in 1428. An important figure in Sintean history, Ng created the first accurate coastal map during his explorations, and founded various colonial settlements in Lurandia.

Early life

Voyages

Legacy

Ng Itkng is one of the most famous and celebrated explorers from the Age of Discovery.