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U.S. atlas published in 1994 shows South China Sea islands part of Chinese territory

 

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Hague tribunal to rule in tense South China Sea row
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So far it’s been the US, not China, that has flouted international law
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The South China Sea Islands Treaty proves that China’s sovereignty treaties proving China’s souveniers over South China Sea Islands

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Why this case matters for the world? Well Chinese will show the world how to fight against western double standards, how to overthrow the western hegemony and show the world our courage to defend our sea and land

Everyone is telling CHINA what to do… in the South CHINA Sea… but they need to learn to STFU…

This is the LAST attempt by the Western white supremacists to control CHINA …via a courtroom in EUROPE but worse, it comes with thinly veiled threats from the USA…. aircraft carrier attack groups marauding in East Asian seas, the installation of long-range missiles in South KOREA… lessons unlearned by the neo – colonialists the USA needs to move out of East ASIA altogether after 60+ years of oppression… or face the consequences…
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Why the South China Sea arbitration case matters for the Philippines
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U.S. atlas published in 1994 shows South China Sea islands part of Chinese territory
http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2016-07/10/c_135500906.htm

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The 1994 revised edition of the Illustrated Atlas of The World, published by the Chicago-based Rand McNally, clearly shows that Huangyan Dao, Nansha Islands and Xisha Islands fall under China’s jurisdiction, according to Chia-Chi Tsui, a retired Chinese-American professor, July 8, 2016. (Xinhua/Huang Hexun)

NEW YORK, July 8 (Xinhua) — An atlas published in 1994 by a renowned U.S. map publisher clearly illustrated that Huangyan Dao and other key islands involved in the South China Sea dispute are part of China’s territory.

The 1994 revised edition of the Illustrated Atlas of The World, published by the Chicago-based Rand McNally, clearly shows that Huangyan Dao, Nansha Islands and Xisha Islands fall under China’s jurisdiction, Chia-Chi Tsui, a retired Chinese-American professor, told Xinhua on Friday.

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The 1994 revised edition of the Illustrated Atlas of The World, published by the Chicago-based Rand McNally, clearly shows that Huangyan Dao, Nansha Islands and Xisha Islands fall under China’s jurisdiction, according to Chia-Chi Tsui, a retired Chinese-American professor, July 8, 2016. (Xinhua/Huang Hexun)

The Illustrated Atlas of The World is published by one of the most recognized names in American map publishing. The atlas shows clearly that Huangyan Dao is out of the Philippine borderline as the island, which the Philippines calls Scarborough Shoal, is located to the west of the 118 degrees east longitude — the western limit of Philippine territory, said Tsui, owner of the atlas.

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The 1994 revised edition of the Illustrated Atlas of The World, published by the Chicago-based Rand McNally, clearly shows that Huangyan Dao, Nansha Islands and Xisha Islands fall under China’s jurisdiction, according to Chia-Chi Tsui, a retired Chinese-American professor, July 8, 2016. (Xinhua/Huang Hexun)

The 1898 Treaty of Paris, the 1900 Treaty of Washington and the 1930 Convention Between the United States and Great Britain all give the western limit of the Philippine territory at 118 degrees east longitude, which was also reaffirmed by the Philippine Constitution in 1935.

The map also shows the key islands in the South China Sea are marked in Chinese pinyin, while other places in Southeast Asia are marked with English words.

Furthermore, the word “China” is clearly written under the mark of Xisha Islands and Nansha Islands on the map, Tsui said.

Neither the borderline of the Philippines nor the mark of Huangyan Dao was shown in the first edition of the atlas published in 1992.

So far, Rand McNally, which was founded in 1856, has not responded to Xinhua’s inquiry about the changes to the 1994 edition of the map.

In 2013, the Philippines unilaterally initiated an arbitration on the relevant disputes between China and the Philippines in the South China Sea, ignoring the common understanding the two countries had reached on solving the disputes through negotiations, and its commitments under the Declaration on the Conduct of Parties in the South China Sea.

China has declared that it would neither accept nor participate in the arbitration.

In recent years, tensions in the South China Sea have escalated with Washington continuously sending warships and aircraft to the area and actively enhancing military ties with claimant states such as the Philippines.

(Intern Li Nan in New York also contributed to the story)

 

China opens new lighthouse on contested South China Sea reef
http://www.spacedaily.com/report/China_opens_new_lighthouse_on_contested_South_China_Sea_reef_999.html

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China has expanded its presence in the contested South China Sea by switching on a lighthouse atop a reconstructed reef also claimed by Vietnam and the Philippines, state media said.

The 55-meter-high (180-foot) facility on Subi Reef in the Spratly chain contains technology to monitor passing ships, the official Xinhua news agency reported late Tuesday.

China claims virtually all the South China Sea despite conflicting claims by Brunei, Malaysia, Vietnam, Taiwan and the Philippines. It has constructed artificial islands in the area in recent months as it asserts its claims.

China has turned Subi Reef — known as Zhubi in China — into an artificial island in the past year, satellite photos have shown, reclaiming nearly 400 hectares (988 acres) of land.

The island-building has been condemned by neighbours and the United States, but Beijing insists it is aimed at helping with maritime search and rescue.

Chinese transport officials held a ceremony on Subi on Tuesday, Xinhua said. Pictures showed men in white shirts beside the towering structure next to a sign reading “Lights-on ceremony”.

Washington regularly accuses Beijing — which says it has built runways and deployed unspecified weapons to the islands — of militarising the area.

Beijing denies the accusations and says US patrols have ramped up tensions.

Citing an obligation to uphold freedom of navigation, Washington last year sent the USS Lassen to sail past Subi Reef, a move which angered Beijing.

Xinhua reported last year that China would build two 50-metre-tall lighthouses on the Cuarteron and Johnson South reefs in the Spratly islands, which are also claimed by Vietnam and the Philippines.

The state-run China Daily newspaper reported in 2014 that Beijing would build five new lighthouses in the South China Sea’s Paracels chain.

 

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