The following map shows the most trafficked ports of departure in China.
The following map shows the number of Chinese migrants to various destinations from 1841 to 1900. The size of each bubble represents the proportion of total migrants. Mouse over each bubble for the name of each destination.
The majority of Chinese migrants arrived in Cuba and Peru over the period 1841 to 1900, with the majority arriving between 1851 and 1870. In comparison, the most common destinations for migrants from India were Mauritius and British Guiana.
Northrup, David. Indentured Labor In the Age of Imperialism, 1834-1922. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995. 55, 156-157.