|SS Hsin Wah|
|Owner:||China Merchants Steam Navigation Company|
|Builder:||Napier and Miller|
SS Hsin Wah (Script error), or written as s. s. Hsin Wah at the time, was a steamship owned by China Merchants Steam Navigation Company, navigating between Canton City, Hong Kong, Shanghai. She was built in 1921 by Messrs Napier and Miller in Glasgow. The ship was once seized by pirates of Bias Bay in 1928 and saved by a Chinese gunboat Chung Shan. She sunk in 1929 when grounded on northern rocks of Waglan, an island southeast of Hong Kong Island in Hong Kong, with a loss of around 400 lives.
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