A pointer indicates where disputed islands and territorial waters are situated in the map of China that includes the South China Sea, printed on page 8 of the new China passport, in Fuzhou, Fujian province, China yesterday. Several neighboring countries have lodged diplomatic complaints on the territorial disputed part on the passports, for its 3.5 million square km is one of the world’s shipping routes and holds rich fishing grounds.Nov 25, 2012FULL STORY
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