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  • proper n. A marginal sea east of China, south of the Korean peninsula, the west of Japanese Ryukyu islands, and north of Taiwan.

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  • n. part of the Pacific Ocean near eastern Asia


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  • But four of them are in the Senkaku, or Daioyu, island group in the East China Sea, which is also claimed by Taiwan and China and have been a flashpoint in diplomatic relations.

    The Seattle Times

  • Currently, a US naval thinks that sailing around in the East China Sea is a cool move.


  • The Senkaku Islands, known as Diaoyu to the Chinese, which lie in the East China Sea were the flashpoint for this month's incident in which a Chinese fishing boat collided with two

    Energy News - Energy Technology - Energy Business - Energy and the Environment

  • A clownfish, such as this one found in the East China Sea is a prime example of a sequential hermaphrodite.

    CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]

  • Drilling activity by state-owned China National Offshore Oil Corp. in the East China Sea has been a constant irritation to Japan.

    Sinopec Plans Its First Deep-Water Well

  • In a harshly worded editorial, Xinhua demanded Noda not visit Yasukuni and said Tokyo must recognize China's claim over Japanese-controlled islands in the East China Sea known as Senkaku, or Diaoyutai in Chinese.

    As Japan's new leader, Noda faces host of problems

  • It's another reminder of how fraught Japan-China relations have become over a disputed archipelago in the East China Sea, called Senkaku in Japan and Diaoyu in China.

    How to Win a Free Fight to Japan...Maybe

  • Tensions have grown between Japan and China over islands each nation claims in the East China Sea.

    China Takes Aim at U.S. Naval Might

  • China's National Marine Environmental Forecasting Center said it could produce waves of six to nine meters as it churns northwestward through the East China Sea at about 15 kilometers per hour.

    China, Japan Brace for Super Typhoon

  • A super typhoon is barreling into the East China Sea toward Shanghai with winds up to 198 kilometers per hour at its core.

    China, Japan Brace for Super Typhoon


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