The Wanguo Quantu
|Literal meaning||The Complete Map of the Myriad Countries
A Complete Map of the 10,000 States
The Wanguo Quantu or Complete Map of the Myriad Countries is a map developed in the 1620s by the Jesuit Giulio Aleni following the earlier work of Matteo Ricci, who was the first Jesuit to speak Chinese and to publish maps of the world in Chinese from 1574 to 1603. Aleni modified Ricci's maps to accommodate Chinese demands for a sinocentric projection, placing the "Middle Kingdom" at the center of the visual field.
- Kunyu Wanguo Quantu, Matteo Ricci's 1602 world map.
- Shanhai Yudi Quantu, a contemporary Chinese map inspired by Matteo Ricci's work.
- Cheonhado, a contemporary Korean circular world map.
- Wigal, p.202
- Vatican exhibit
- The Sino-European Map (“Shanhai yudi quantu”) in the Encyclopedia Sancai tuhui Roderich Ptak 
- Wigal, Donald (2000) Historic Maritime Maps, Parkstone Press, New York, ISBN 1-85995-750-1