Phoa Beng Gan, Kapitein der Chinezen, also called Bingam or Phoa Bing Gam (Chinese: 潘明岩甲; pinyin: Pān Míngyán Jia) in some early sources, was a Chinese-Indonesian bureaucrat and engineer, best known for his irrigation work in Batavia (now Jakarta, Indonesia). He served as the third Kapitein der Chinezen (or Chinese headman) of Batavia from 1645 to 1663, succeeding (Chinese: 林六哥甲; pinyin: Lín Liùgē Jia).

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  • Phoa Beng Gan, Kapitein der Chinezen, also called Bingam or Phoa Bing Gam (Chinese: 潘明岩甲; pinyin: Pān Míngyán Jia) in some early sources, was a Chinese-Indonesian bureaucrat and engineer, best known for his irrigation work in Batavia (now Jakarta, Indonesia). He served as the third Kapitein der Chinezen (or Chinese headman) of Batavia from 1645 to 1663, succeeding (Chinese: 林六哥甲; pinyin: Lín Liùgē Jia). (en)
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  • Phoa Beng Gan, Kapitein der Chinezen, also called Bingam or Phoa Bing Gam (Chinese: 潘明岩甲; pinyin: Pān Míngyán Jia) in some early sources, was a Chinese-Indonesian bureaucrat and engineer, best known for his irrigation work in Batavia (now Jakarta, Indonesia). He served as the third Kapitein der Chinezen (or Chinese headman) of Batavia from 1645 to 1663, succeeding (Chinese: 林六哥甲; pinyin: Lín Liùgē Jia). (en)
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