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Destruction of Chui Apoo's pirate fleet, 30 September 1849
The fleet of Chui Apoo (or Chuiapoo), a Chinese pirate of the nineteenth century, who made his headquarters at Bias Bay, is fired and destroyed. After a dramatic chase, the British destroyed his fleet to suppress piracy around the new British settlement of Hong Kong.
- Image reference: BHC0632
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London