China’s New Ten-Dash Line: A Provocative Move Towards Okinawa

China’s New Ten-Dash Line: A Provocative Move Towards Okinawa

Showing his true nature obsessed with recovering lost ground, he will definitely aim for Okinawa next time.

September 3, 2023 (Sunday) Rumi Tan Follow Follow up President Xi Jinping (Photo: Xinhua/Aflo)

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(Tan Lumei: Writer)

A new map that claims a new ten-dash line

On August 28, China’s Ministry of Natural Resources released the 2023 Standard Map.

In this map, a line encircling Taiwan is added to the previously claimed “nine-dash line” to form the “ten-dash line”, which includes almost all the waters of the South China Sea.

The Himalayan region also listed as Chinese territory the state of Arunachal Pradesh in northeastern India, which China claims as “southern Tibet.”

New national land map released by the Chinese government in late August[From a Chinese government website](Jiji)

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In the South China Sea, disputes over territorial rights between China and Asian countries have continued for some time. , Vietnam, India, Taiwan, and other countries in East Asia are protesting all at once.

According to the Sankei Shimbun (September 1, 2023), on August 31, the Philippines issued a statement, saying, “This is an attempt to justify China’s sovereignty and has no grounds.” He protested to China to abide by a ruling held in The Hague, Netherlands in 2016 that rejected China’s sovereignty claims in the South China Sea.

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2023-09-02 23:00:00

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