Zhu Shuang (Chinese: 朱樉; 3 December 1356 – 19 April 1395) was an imperial prince of the Chinese Ming dynasty. He was the second son of the Hongwu Emperor, the founder of the Ming. In May 1370, the Hongwu Emperor granted the title of Prince of Qin to him, with a princely fiefdom in Xi'an.
|Prince of Qin (秦王)|
|Successor||Zhu Shangbing, Prince Yin|
|Born||3 December 1356|
|Died||9 April 1395(aged 38)|
|House||House of Zhu|
|Mother||Empress Xiaocigao (disputed)|
After his father ascended the throne, Zhu Shuang was granted the title Prince of Qin in 1370, then took his fief located in Xi'an eight years later. As he was the imperial second eldest son, he took the office Commander of Imperial Clan Court (宗人令).
Consorts and Issue:
- Consort Minlie, of the Wang clan (愍烈妃 王氏; d. 1395), the primary consort, younger sister of Köke Temür
- Lady, of the Deng clan (鄧氏), the secondary consort, daughter of Deng Yu (鄧愈)
- Zhu Shanghong, Prince Huaijian of Yongshou (永壽懷簡王 朱尚灴; 17 April 1390 - 19 September 1420), fifth son
- Lady, of the Zhang clan (張氏)
- Zhu Shangzhou, Prince Gongjing of Xingping (興平恭靖王 朱尚烐; 19 October 1389 - 15 May 1449), fourth son
- Zhu Shangkai (朱尚炌; b. 4 December 1394), initially was made Prince of Anding (安定王), later stripped of his title, sixth son
- Princess Pucheng (蒲城郡主)
- Princess Chang'an (長安郡主)
- Married Ru Jian (茹鑒), son of Ru Chang (茹瑺)
- History of Ming, Volume 116, 4th Biography
- Langlois, John D., Jr. "The Hung-wu reign, 1368–1398". In Mote, Frederick W.; Twitchett, Denis (eds.). The Cambridge History of China, Volume 7: The Ming Dynasty, 1368–1644, Part I. Cambridge University Press. pp. 107–181. ISBN 978-0-521-24332-2.