East China Sea
The East China Sea is a marginal sea east of China. It is a part of the Pacific Ocean and covers an area of 1,249,000 km². In China, the sea is called the East Sea. In Korea, the sea is sometimes called "South Sea", but this is more often used to speak only of the area near South Korea's southern coast.
Geography[change | edit source]
The East China Sea is bounded on the East by Kyūshū and the Ryūkyū Islands, on the South by Taiwan, and on the West by mainland China. It is connected with the South China Sea by the Taiwan Strait and with the Sea of Japan by the Korea Strait; it opens in the North to the Yellow Sea.
Rivers[change | edit source]
The Yangtze River (Chang Jiang) is the largest river flowing into the East China Sea.
Related pages[change | edit source]
Other websites[change | edit source]
- Kosuke Takahashi. Gas and oil rivalry in the East China Sea Asia Times Online. July 27, 2004.
- Chinese submarine enters Japanese waters. Wikinews. November 18, 2004. Retrieved March 7, 2006.
- Oil and gas in troubled waters The Economist. October 6, 2005.
- J Sean Curtin. Stakes rise in Japan, China gas dispute Asia Times Online. October 19, 2005.
- Chinese Suyan Rock community