The Lord's Prayer from the Doctrina christiana en letra y lengua China (Christian Doctrine in the Chinese Language and Letters)
Miguel de Benavides and Juan Cobo
A facsimile of the entire Chinese Doctrina (above) is included as an appendix in the book Primitivas relaciones de España con Asia y Oceanía (Spain’s Primitive Relations with Asia and Oceania) by Carlos Sanz. For the purpose of comparison, we have included a page from this text with the Chinese translation of The Lord’s Prayer. The prayer starts in the fourth column from the right and is six-columns long. The four characters on the last column (i.e., first column from the left) translates as "Amén Jesús."