Tan Eng Goan, 1st Majoor der Chinezen (Chinese: 陳永元; pinyin: Chen Yongyuan; born in Batavia in 1802 - died in Batavia in 1872) was a high-ranking bureaucrat who served as the first Majoor der Chinezen of Batavia (now Jakarta), capital of colonial Indonesia. This was the highest-ranking Chinese position in the civil administration of the Dutch East Indies.

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  • Tan Eng Goan, 1st Majoor der Chinezen (Chinese: 陳永元; pinyin: Chen Yongyuan; born in Batavia in 1802 - died in Batavia in 1872) was a high-ranking bureaucrat who served as the first Majoor der Chinezen of Batavia (now Jakarta), capital of colonial Indonesia. This was the highest-ranking Chinese position in the civil administration of the Dutch East Indies. (en)
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  • Majoor der Chinezen of Batavia
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  • Kapitein der Chinezen of Batavia
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  • Tan Eng Goan, 1st Majoor der Chinezen (Chinese: 陳永元; pinyin: Chen Yongyuan; born in Batavia in 1802 - died in Batavia in 1872) was a high-ranking bureaucrat who served as the first Majoor der Chinezen of Batavia (now Jakarta), capital of colonial Indonesia. This was the highest-ranking Chinese position in the civil administration of the Dutch East Indies. (en)
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  • Tan Eng Goan (en)
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  • Majoor Tan Eng Goan (en)
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