Anding District, Tainan
Sesame fields in Anding
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During the Dutch colonial era the area was known as Bakloan or Baccloan, with a rarer spelling of Baccaluang. The village was one of four main aboriginal villages near the Dutch base of Tayouan, with around 1,500 inhabitants. It was located about 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) northeast of the Dutch base at Fort Zeelandia.
Anding district consists of Sulin, Sucuo, Anding, Baoxi, Anjia, Gangwei, Nanan, Guanliao, Zhongrong, Gangkou, Hailiao, Datong, Liujia, Gangnan, Zhongsa and Xinji Borough.
- Campbell (1903), p. 538.
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- "臺南市政府". www.tainan.gov.tw. Retrieved 23 April 2018.
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- "Anding Township". Web1.tainan.gov.tw. 2009-10-26. Archived from the original on 2014-02-21. Retrieved 2014-05-25.
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- Campbell, William (1903). "Explanatory Notes". Formosa under the Dutch: described from contemporary records, with explanatory notes and a bibliography of the island. London: Kegan Paul. LCCN 04007338.
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