1370 Ma-ho-mo-sha [Maha Mokhsa], King of P'o-ni. A Chinese mission commanded by Chang Ching Tze dispatched to P'o-ni in 1370 (9th month, 3rd year fo Hung-wa), found the king in a burned out capital with just 1,000 inhabitants. He sent a tribute mission to the Emperor of China in August 1371.
13xx - 1408 Ma-hsieh-je-chia-na-nai (or Ma-na-je chia-na) [Maha Suriya Jayakaranaya or Maharajakara], King of P'o-ni [Maharaja of Brunei]. b. 1381, son of Ma-na-je-sha-na-wang-sha, by his wife Tz'u-shih-pa-ti. Despatched a mission to China in November 1405, which requested an investment mission. The mission was sent out by the Chinese Emperor under the command of Admiral Cheng, 22nd December 1405. He led a tribute mission to China, accompanied by his wife, children and brothers, where he sought and received Chinese protection against Majapahit. Received at the Feng-t'ien Hall of the Chinese Imperial Court 9th September 1408. Granted rank next to the highest ranking dukes. m. T'a-hsi-hsieh […Sri Suriya]. He d. at the Imperial State Guesthouse, Nanking, 19th October 1408 (bur. there according to Buddhist rites, at the Shih-tzu Kang, outside the An-te Gate, 24th October 1408, and granted the posthumous name Kung-shu), having had issue, one son and two daughters:
1) Hsia-wang [Suriyawang], King of P'o-ni [Maharaja of Brunei] - see below.
1408 - 14xx Hsia-wang [Suriyawang], King of P'o-ni [Maharaja of Brunei]. b. 1405, only son of Ma-hsieh-je-chia-na-nai, King of P'o-ni, by his wife, T'a-hsi-shieh. Succeeded on the death of his father, 19th October 1408. Invested by the Emperor of China with a cap, suits of clothes, belts, saddles, gold, silver, brocades, cash, vessels and other regalia, 24th October 1408. Reigned under the regency of his grand uncle. He visited Nanking with his mother in September 1412 (9th Moon of the 10th year of Yong Lo) and returned to P'o-ni in February 1413.