Xiamen was the headquarters of the Zheng Regime, known during the rule of Zheng Chenggong as the Ming Memorial Capital (思明州). Photograph by Andrea Artuso Andrade, 2002.

From How Taiwan became Chinese: Dutch, Spanish, and Han colonization in the seventeenth century by Tonio Andrade

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  • View of Gulang Island (鼓浪嶼) in Xiamen, PRC Xiamen was the headquarters of the Zheng Regime, known during the rule of Zheng Chenggong as the Ming Memorial Capital (思明州). Photograph by Andrea Artuso Andrade, 2002.