The entire state of Arunachal Pradesh and the Aksai Chin region are still thought to be within China’s borders।
On August 28, China’s government released the “2023 edition of the standard map of China,” which shows Arunachal Pradesh State and the Aksai Chin region within China’s borders
Natural Resources Ministry released the 2023 map The map remains the same as in earlier versions,



showing China’s territorial claims on its western borders and the so-called nine-dash line that covers the entire South China Sea। Similar to earlier maps, a “tenth dash” is shown east of Taiwan, emphasizing Beijing’s claim over the island.

The most recent map follows Beijing’s April announcement that it would “standardize” eleven places in Arunachal Pradesh, including a town near Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh’s capital

This was the third place on the list that was “renamed” in Arunachal Pradesh. Some observers thought it was a reaction to India’s activities in the state prior to the G-20 summit, which Beijing had opposed.

September 9–10, Chinese President Xi Jinping is expected to be present at the summit held in New Delhi। State media reported that during China’s “National Mapping Awareness Publicity Week,” the map of 2023 was released.
The report stated that the Ministry of Natural Resources will also distribute “digital maps and navigation and positioning” for use in a number of areas, including “location-based services, precision agriculture, platform economy, and intelligent connected vehicles,” following the public release of the standard map.

The Law of Surveying and Mapping of the People’s Republic of China, which was passed “to strengthen the administration of the surveying and mapping undertaking,
Promote its growth this year and make sure it contributes to the advancement of society, the strengthening of the national defense, and the growth of the economy.



Under Mr. Xi, Beijing has tightened its border management. In 2022, it passed a new border law that tells the Chinese military and civilian authorities to “safeguard national sovereignty”

Article 7 of the law, which calls for promoting border education at all government levels, is linked to the issue of new names. Article 22 requires the Chinese military to “resolutely prevent, stop, and combat” what it refers to as “invasions, encroachments, and provocations” and to conduct border drills.

China again irritates India by publishing a new map that claims Arunachal Pradesh and Aksai Chin as part of its boundaries.

China again irritates India by publishing a new map that claims Arunachal Pradesh and Aksai Chin as part of its boundaries.

According to the tweet, the Ministry of Natural Resources standard map service website formally debuted the 2023 edition of China’s standard map on Monday.

It went on to say that this map was put together using a strategy based on the drawing of national boundaries in China and other nations.

It is important to note that China asserts Arunachal Pradesh is a section of Tibet.
The naming’ of 11 locations in Arunachal Pradesh by China was announced.

The Chinese government said earlier in April of this year that it would “standardize” the names of 11 locations in Arunachal Pradesh. It displayed portions of Arunachal at that time inside the southern Tibetan province known by the CCP government as Zangnan.

Additionally, a town near Itanagar, the capital of Arunachal Pradesh, was listed by the Chinese Ministry of Civil Affairs.
Notably, India has steadfastly maintained that the state of Arunachal Pradesh has “always been” and “always will be” a vital component of the nation.

Taiwan is also considered part of China.

The nine-dash line, which claims a sizable portion of the South China Sea, and China’s claims to the estranged island of Taiwan were also shown on the map.
It is important to note that Taiwan broke apart from China in 1949 following a civil war.
According to the ruling Communist Party, the island must be united with the mainland, even if it means using force.

Contact with foreign officials, according to Beijing, energizes Taiwanese who seek formal independence, a move the ruling party claims would spark a conflict.

China has great gall.

In NEW DELHI: Recently, some fairly insulting calls have been made to Japanese businesses, hotels, restaurants, and even schools. Japanese phone lines are overloaded with calls from China made by obscene callers.

The cause of their rage? the choice made by Japan to discharge water into the Pacific Ocean from the Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear power plant after a disaster.

Though all radioactive elements have been eliminated save for tritium, which is still contained to levels deemed safe, China is protesting a potential marine contaminant and has even prohibited the import of seafood from Japan.

Tokyo, however, has the UN nuclear watchdog’s agreement that it is safe to release the plant’s more than 1.3 million cubic meters of water gradually over a 30-year period.

All interested parties’ consent should be obtained before taking such activities. Chinese protests may be justifiable if there is even the slightest chance that they will have an impact on marine and other life.

However, that is not a justification for Chinese citizens to call upset at Japanese citizens who had no direct input into their nation’s choice. Given that Japan is a democracy, seeking to influence public opinion would be far more successful.

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