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Professor Ching-chih Chen and Director Li Dong-Lai visited The Sea Battle Museum
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Chen Liansheng's war horse, called "moral horse"
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Introduction to The Pits for Destroying Opium
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Confidential letter, the Battle of Kowloon, Request for Use of Force
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Part of the introduction on the life of Lin Zexu
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Introduction to The Pits for Destroying Opium
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The Chuanbi sea battle
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Introduction to The Pits for Destroying Opium
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Prof. Ching-chih Chen visit the Weiyuan Fort with Humen Bridge at the background
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The Humen Destroying Opium Monument
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Lin Zexu's destroying opium pit
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The Exhibition Hall of the Sea Battle Museum
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Description of Chen Liansheng's war horse, called "moral horse"
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Part of the introduction on the life of Lin Zexu
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Prof. Ching-chih Chen visit the Weiyuan Fort with Humen Bridge at the background
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The Sea Battle Museum, Billboard Advertisement
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Part of the stone tablet - Chen Liansheng's war horse, called "moral horse"
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The Chuanbi sea battle
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The Chuanbi sea battle
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Lin Zexu's destroying opium pit
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