Talk:Red Turban Rebellion
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Red or Yellow Turban?
There seems to be some confusion in the article as to the color of the rebels' turbans (and thus the correct name of the rebellion itself). I'm fairly certain it's supposed to be "Yellow Turban" however. But, my early-Ming history is rusty, and I've no ready access to a reliable source, or I'd edit this myself. Could someone please confirm or deny, and edit accordingly? Chang E 18:06, 25 October 2006 (UTC)
- No, no, no. See Yellow Turban Rebellion. A difference of 1200 years, I don't understand how in the world you are confused with it. AQu01rius (User | Talk | Websites) 16:28, 28 October 2006 (UTC)
Perhaps the slight ambiguity of the events, the similarity of names, the only small difference in location. It's confusing.That's why we need a hatnote. This is the first time i've heard of this rebellion.Assistant N (talk) 18:20, 13 December 2012 (UTC)
Britannica and other old accounts
This article should be revamped with more information and a conflict infobox.
04:27, 27 December 2013 (UTC)
Koko Temur (Wang Baobao) had a Chinese father and a Turkic mother (probably a Buddhist Uighur) and she belonged to Semu class and came from a pro-Mongol family, being the sister of Chagan Temür. Koko was elevated to the status of a Mongol for his loyalty in fighting against Chinese rebels. The Ming dynasty Hongwu Emperor married Koko Temur's sister to his own brother Zhu Shuang after capturing her.