from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- See Fuzhou.
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Next day we were at Fuchou, the other opium port, whose trade in opium is greater still than that of Feng-tu-hsien.
Large numbers of the Fuchou junks were moored here, which differ in construction from all other junks on the river Yangtse in having their great sterns twisted or wrung a quarter round to starboard, and in being steered by an immense stern sweep, and not by the balanced rudder of an ordinary junk.