Ko Cheng, or La Khai, was a king of Champa from 1390–1400. This general of Che Bong Nga's led the retreat back to Champa in 1390, following the death of Che Bong Nga by a musketry salvo. Back in Champa, he declared himself king, usurping the two son's of Che Bong Nga, Che Ma-no Da-nan and Che San-no.:109–111
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Chế Bồng Nga 1360–1390
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