Results for South China Sea

Add to feed Create your own feed

Latest

The animated film about a Chinese teenager helping a yeti return to his home shows a chart featuring the “nine-dash” line which sets out Beijing’s expansive claims to the South China Sea.

Malaysia has ordered cuts to the U.S.-Chinese animated movie 'Abominable' over a scene involving a map that portrays China's contested territorial claims in the South China Sea. The scene has already caused the film to be banned in Vietnam.

‘Highly unusual event’: Chinese nuclear sub involved in ‘embarrassing’ South China Sea incident.

An enormous nuclear submarine has mysteriously surfaced in the disputed South China Sea in what experts have described as a ‘highly unusual event’.

China maintains a nearly permanent coastguard presence around several other symbolically important features in the South China Sea: Luconia Shoals, Second Thomas Shoal, and Scarborough Shoal. Read the @AsiaMTI  analysis:

tweet picture

great to hear Elizabeth Blair & @jwassers  talk @NPR  about the Chinese Communist Party's claims to the South China Sea as expressed in a map in the Dreamworks/Chinese co-production, "Abominable."

Backlash is growing in Southeast Asia over a scene in the animated film Abominable that features a map of the South China Sea showing Beijing's contested claims in the flashpoint waterway.

Malaysia has ordered cuts to the U.S.-Chinese animated movie 'Abominable' over a scene involving a map that portrays China's contested territorial claims in the South China Sea. The scene has already caused the film to be banned in Vietnam.

Nuclear submarine surfaces in 'embarrassing' South China Sea incident

Loading
Loading

Most relevant

The new DreamWorks movie uses a map of Southeast Asia that contains the Chinese "nine dash line" that annexes basically all of the South China sea

tweet picture

China’s recent escalation of efforts to intimidate others out of developing resources in the South China Sea is disturbing. The United States stands firmly with those who oppose coercive behavior and bullying tactics which threaten regional peace and security.

Satellite images show China is continuing to build facilities on islands and reefs in the South China Sea. What can countries like the Philippines and Vietnam do to stop it?

BREAKING: China's navy has seized an unmanned, underwater U.S. Navy vehicle in international waters of South China Sea.

Vietnam slammed China for "hindering" Vietnamese fishermen in the South China Sea. This comes as Pres Duterte dismisses as a 'maritime incident' the sinking of a Filipino boat by a Chinese ship in the West Philippine Sea. #PHNews 

Satellite images show China is continuing to build facilities on islands and reefs in the South China Sea. What can countries like the Philippines and Vietnam do to stop it?

their country (the U.S. doesn't tax them) or to build a massive military complex in the middle of the South China Sea? I don't think so!

Foreign Ministry official says China-ASEAN efforts have improved situation in South China Sea. Follow us for more.

International tribunal rules against Chinese claims to rights in South China Sea; China calls ruling "ill-founded"

Loading
Loading