Fan Hsiung or Pham Hung was the King of Champa, then known as Lin-yi, in the 270 AD.:323 In 270, T'ao Huang, the Chinese governor of Tongking, or Jiaozhi, reported that Fan Hsiung was repeatedly assaulting his land with the aid of Funan.:42–44 These raids continued until at least the year 280, when the governor of Giao Chi reported to the new emperor of the Jin Dynasty of continued attacks on his territory.
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Fan Tat 284–336
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