PLAN SCS Bases/Islands/Vessels (Not a Strategy Page)


Hendrik_2000

Lieutenant General
China grow corral in SCS

Chinese scientist plants corals in South China Sea for 20 years​

20 years on, a Chinese coral biologist, together with her team has been making continuous efforts to preserve corals and protect ocean ecosystems.

Here is another promotional video about guarding SCS
Must be Woody island

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ansy1968

Brigadier
Registered Member
China grow corral in SCS

Chinese scientist plants corals in South China Sea for 20 years​

20 years on, a Chinese coral biologist, together with her team has been making continuous efforts to preserve corals and protect ocean ecosystems.

Here is another promotional video about guarding SCS
Must be Woody island

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@Hendrik_2000 bro that debunks the fake satellite picture of Coral destruction in the SCS, there should be a law that penalized fake news, here since the 2022 Presidential is fast approaching its been rampant especially in Social Media like FB, where they appointed a known fake news provider VERA FILE (a NGO with ties to NED) as a fact checker...lol. this is the hidden hand of American interventionism in my country.
 

Hendrik_2000

Lieutenant General
Now this kind of ship will be useful for surveillance all over SCS

On May 18, 2022, China launched the world’s first seaborne drone carrier capable of operating on its own. The unmanned ship can be controlled remotely and navigate autonomously in open water. The carrier will undertake marine scientific research and other observations. Weighing 2,000 tonnes, it has a top speed of 18 knots. Bearing the name Zhu Hai Yun, construction of the vessel in Guangzhou by the Huangpu Wenchong Shipyard, a subsidiary of China’s largest shipbuilding company the China State Shipbuilding Corporation, began in July 2021. It is expected to be delivered by the end of 2022 after completing sea trials.
 

dasCKD

New Member
Registered Member
Honestly, I think it'll be interesting if there was more robust coverage on the progress of the economic development of SCS islands and more information on the increase, if there are any, of the economic opportunities and productivity of these area that are currently claimed by the PRC. In the coming decades, the reclamation of land lost to extreme climate events and rising sea levels is likely something that decision makers all over the world would probably do well to watch with great interest. For one, I would like to see what plans the PRC has, if any, for raising/relocating their infrastructure atop these islands.
 

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