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July 14th, 2011
China-Mongolia Map Boundaries Discussed

Mongolia has indisputable sovereignty over the territory from the Yellow Sea in East Asia to Europe. Any place which was named in the map of the Mongolian Empire from the 12th to 13th centuries belongs to the current Mongolia. The descendants of Genghis Khan can absolutely make that statement if China’s mistake about the South China Sea (East Sea) based on “history” is true. The East Sea, called as South China Sea by China, did not appear in both cultural and political life of this country for a long time. In Chinese literature and history, we often see the name East China Sea than the sea to the south of China, which was neglected. Read More