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China's Jiaolong Submersible

China's Submersible 'Jiaolong' Finds Polymetallic Nodules in the South China Sea

China's manned submersible Jiaolong has found a collection of polymetallic nodules in Puyuan Seamount in the disputed South China Sea.

China's submersible Jiaolong

China's Submersible Jiaolong Retrieves Seamount Samples From the South China Sea

China's manned submersible Jiaolong has retrieved a basalt sample from the Zhenbei Seamount in the South China Sea on Saturday, giving scientists some new hints about the formation and evolution of seamounts in the region.


US Navy Next Generation Jammer Threatens to Blind China’s A2/AD Network in South China Sea

Airborne AESA radars are more difficult to detect by enemy EW systems.


China will Use Massive Electronic Warfare to Defend Illegal Gains in South China Sea

It revealed the PLA's EW units have conducted jamming and anti-jamming operations.


USS Carl Vinson Redeployed off Korean Peninsula as North Korea Prepares for New Nuclear Bomb Test

"The number one threat in the region continues to be North Korea ..."

To Asia

China can’t Win a War against US Navy, says Former Commander of US Pacific Command

These offensive operations by the Navy and Air Force will only take "probably 10 or 15 minutes' worth of worth of work for U.S. forces."

Protected by SAMs

China Claims its Navy now Controls the South China Sea

China must also take advantage of a military crisis to counterattack the Americans.

South China Sea Dispute.

U.S. Inactions Responsible for Current Mess in South China Sea: Philippine President

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Thursday squarely blamed the inactions of the past U.S. administration for the current crisis in the disputed South China Sea region. The firebrand president claimed that if U.S. had acted diligently, China would not have dared to build so many artificial islands in the contagious maritime territory.


China Admits Inferiority of Carrier Liaoning; will Continue Building Carriers, However

In developing its aircraft carrier technology, China follows the strategy of "small but fast steps."

Hawk Missiles Desplayed In Seoul Museum

China's DF-16 Ballistic Missiles Target Taiwan: Minister

China has positioned an arsenal of missiles within strike range to US army bases as its army heads prepare for "military hard power." People's Liberation Army (PLA)'s army bosses are reported targeting the firepower at Taiwan as part of a growing military threat to the island, the Daily Star reported.

Chinese Activities on Scarborough Shoal.

Philippines not Powerful Enough to Stop Chinese Activities on Scarborough Shoal: Duterte

Philippine is too weak to stop China from constructing structures on the Scarborough Shoal, the Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte said on Sunday. Duterte's blunt message comes amid increasing pressure on his government to stop China's fresh construction activities on Scarborough Shoal.

Wang Yang meets Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte.

China’s Vice Premier Meets Duterte Amid Tensions Over South China Sea

China's Vice Premier Wang Yang met Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte on Friday to reaffirm their peace vows amid latest tension over South China Sea,

China Plans Fresh Construction in Scarborough Shoal.

China to Construct Monitoring Station on Disputed Shoal in South China Sea: Report

China plans to consolidate its construction activities further in the disputed South China Sea region by announcing that it will soon construct an environmental monitoring station on the Scarborough Shoal.

Japan’s Largest Warship Carrier to Conduct Exercise in South China Sea.

Japan’s Largest Warship Carrier Will Conduct Exercise in South China Sea: Report

Japan plans to send its largest warship carrier for a long naval exercise tour that will see it travel across several important Asian regions including the disputed South China Sea region. The three-month-long tour that is set to begin in May is being touted as Tokyo's biggest show of naval strength in the region since World War II.

From sailing, now China wants to fly tourists into the disputed South China Sea islands.

China Now Wants to Fly Tourists to the Disputed South China Sea Islands

China is planning to launch air tour flights to the Paracel Islands in a disputed area of the South China Sea, also claimed by Vietnam and Taiwan, the South China Morning Post reported.

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