Liang Daoming (Chinese: 梁道明; pinyin: Liáng Dàomíng; Cantonese Yale: Lèuhng Douh-mìng) was an abscondee of the Chinese Ming Dynasty who became king of Palembang in Srivijaya. He hailed from Guangdong province and was of Cantonese descent. According to the Ming records, he had thousands of followers and a sizable military contingent in Palembang. Liang Daoming's rule over Palembang was acknowledged by the Ming emperor and protected by Zheng He's armada (1403-1424).
- 14th century Zheng He and the Huaqiao Policy 郑和的国家观与“华侨政策” (Chinese)
- Leo Suryadinata, International Zheng He Society, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies - 2005 - History - 168 pages