French Indochina (marked in red) after Kwang Chow Wan (towards the northeast corner) was leased. Illustration: Shutterstock French Indochina (marked in red) after Kwang Chow Wan (towards the northeast corner) was leased. Illustration: Shutterstock
French Indochina (marked in red) after Kwang Chow Wan (towards the northeast corner) was leased. Illustration: Shutterstock

The & now: forgotten shores

The strategic importance of Kwang Chow Wan, once part of French Indochina's expansion plans, is but a fading memory, writes Jason Wordie

French Indochina (marked in red) after Kwang Chow Wan (towards the northeast corner) was leased. Illustration: Shutterstock French Indochina (marked in red) after Kwang Chow Wan (towards the northeast corner) was leased. Illustration: Shutterstock
French Indochina (marked in red) after Kwang Chow Wan (towards the northeast corner) was leased. Illustration: Shutterstock
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