17) The Zhu-fan-zhi (Records of Foreign Countries) written in 1225 by Zhao Rukuo, the superintendent of merchant shipping for the Chinese coastal province of Fukien
, records that Luo-hu was a dependency of Zhenla.
Statistics of indigenous population in Taiwan and Fukien
Distribution: China: Hainan, Kwangtung, Kiangsi, Chekiang, Fukien
, Yunnan; Taiwan; Thailand; Laos; Myanmar; Malaysia; India; Vietnam: Yen Bay [probably = current Yen Bai Province], Phu Lang Thoung [= Phu Lang Thuong, part of Bac Giang Province] (Giordani Soika, 1982 (1981)).
The 140 students taking part in this year s Friend for life s journeys programme are from five secondary schools in Kwun Tong, namely Delia Memorial School (Hip Wo), Fukien
Secondary School, Maryknoll Secondary School, St Antonius Girls College, and The Church of Christ in China Kei Chi Secondary School.
One group of staff and students was in Hong Kong, visiting Fukien
YAMADA, Kumiko, '"The Fukien
Mission": Irish Missionaries, Nationalism and Joyce', in Emerging Perspectives: Postgraduate Journal in English Studies, 1:1, pp.
Oaxaca and Puebla in Mexico, for example, or Shanghai or Fukien
The Chinese Colonization of Fukien
until the End of the T'anf.
46) On April 1, 1887, the couple arrived in Amoy, Fukien
(Fujian) province, and set out to open a new mission station in the nearby city of "Chiang Chiu" (also known as Changchew, or Zhangzhou), thereby becoming, according to the LMS sources, the "first foreigners" in that locale.
There's a "recession special" on a Fukien
Tea bonsai tree, marked down from $59.
Kenneth Cheng, president of the Chinese American Memorial Gardens, along with Billy Chan, chairman of Fukien
American Association, along with other dignitaries will be in attendance representing numerous associations from the Chinatown community.
Oolong: Originates in the Fukien
province of China.