Latitude and longitude of Second Battle of Chuenpee
- In China
The Second Battle of Chuenpee[nb 1] was fought between British and Chinese forces at the Bocca Tigris, China, on 7 January 1841 during the First Opium War, and led to the British capturing forts on the islands of Chuenpee and Tycocktow. Subsequent negotiations between British Plenipotentiary Charles Elliot and Chinese Imperial Commissioner Qishan resulted in the Convention of Chuenpee.
Latitude: 22° 45' 24.86" N
Longitude: 113° 39' 18.34" E