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What happened to Batara’s two sons are mentioned in detail by a Tehchow gazetteer from the mid-18th century: “His second son Wenhali and third son Antulu and some 18 followers stayed to tend the tomb. At that time, they could not mix with the Chinese because of their language, but the Muslims all took them in, and led their children and grandchildren to practice their Muslim customs, so they adopted their faith . Now there are 56 households of them, scattered in the northern and western barrios, and they intermarry with the Muslim people.” Kamulin and the two princes later died, their remains buried in the same mausoleum that houses their father’s tomb.

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Unfortunately, they were in the middle of their journey when a tragedy struck.

In a government hostel in Tehchow (present-day Dezhou, a city in Shandong Province not too far from Beijing), Paduka Batara suddenly died.

As soon as the last goodbyes were said, Paduka Batara’s eldest son, Rakiah Baginda, returned with his mother to Sulu to succeed his father’s throne.

Meanwhile, Batara’s second wife named Gemuning (or Kamulin) remained in China with her two younger sons to guard the tomb and observe the three-year mourning rites. Filipino community in China traces its roots to Sulu.

Almost a decade later, in 1988, it was listed as a national historical site.

Since then, many Filipinos have visited this tomb while Paduka Batara’s descendants from Dezhou have also traveled to Sulu not just to pay homage to their shared ancestor but also to celebrate Sino-Philippine friendship. Sojourners and Settlers: Histories of Southeast China and the Chinese(pp.

The entrance to the first site of the standoff in Kampung Tanduo which has now been transformed into a Malaysian Army camp. was sent by Jamalul Kiram III, one of the claimants to the throne of the Sultanate of Sulu.

The signboard translated as this, "Welcome to the Tanduo Village Camp. You have entered a military camp, please maintain your discipline! Kiram III stated that their objective was to assert the unresolved territorial claim of the Philippines to eastern Sabah (the former North Borneo).

After arriving in Chinese shores in August of 1417, the group made its way to Hangzhou where they embarked on a fleet of barges that would take them to Beijing.

The Emperor was delighted with the gifts he received from the Sulu delegates, and he reciprocated it with probably the finest hospitality the group had ever experienced–silk clothing, private accommodation, and entertainment worthy of royalty. This picture shows him sitting in the ‘Dragon’ chair. With diplomatic ties established, Batara and his entourage prepared to leave China for Sulu.

These same descendants officially became part of the Chinese population when their application for citizenship were approved during the 9th year of the Kangxi Empire in Qing dynasty (1731 A. With surnames Wen and An, apparently taken from their forefathers, 200 of these descendants are living in Dezhou city today, while an estimated 3,700 are scattered all over China. De Zhou Municipal People’s Government Official Website.

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