Friday, October 16, 2015

Maps which reveal lies—

Administrative maps from the Qing dynasty (1644-1911), especially the Hoàng Dữ Toàn Lãm Đồ ( Huang Yu Quan Lan Tu = 皇與全覽圖 ), published in 1719, and others show the territory of China ends, near parallel 18 at the southernmost, which is the south end of Hainan. Another map called Huang Yu Quan Lan Fen Sheng Tu (皇與全覽分省圖), or The Great Full Provincial Maps (published 1721-1722) have the same feature— meaning China does not have Paracels and Spratly islands and ends in Hainan. US Library of Congress has the Huang Yu Quan Lan Fen Sheng Tu, with 15 maps.
Địa đồ hành chính nhà Thanh, Hoàng Dữ Toàn Lãm Đồ và Hoàng Dữ Toàn Lãm Phân Tỉnh Đồ ( Thư viện Quốc hội Mỹ có) cho thấy đất đai Tàu chấm dứt gần vĩ tuyến 18 ở đảo Hải Nam, hoàn toàn không có Hoàng Sa, Trường Sa trong các bản đồ đó.

Covers Zhili, Shengjing, Shandong, Shanxi, Jiangnan, Jiangxi, Zhejiang, Henan, Huguang, Fujian, Guangdong, Guangxi, Sichuan, Yunan, Guizhou. Pen-and-ink and watercolor. Prime meridian: Beijing. Available also through the Library of Congress…


1. Trong bài bằng tiếng Việt của tác giả Vũ Quang Việt, ông lầm năm xuất bản lá 1717, đúng là 1719, tức Khang Hi năm 58 

2. BNG Chính phủ Mỹ đã xem đường lưỡi bò 9 đoạn của khựa là “lếu láo”, vô pháp, vô quy trước luật quốc tế từ 12/15/2014 rồi

"The State Department study’s finding that the nine-dash line as expression of the outer limit of China’s maritime boundary is inc
onsistent with international law, is irreproachable. In the course of maritime delimitation cases, international tribunals have been disinclined, as a general principle, to weigh in on the precise status of small insular features. They have nevertheless tended to strike down the entitlements of far-removed islands/rocks that reach deep into an adjacent or opposite state’s coastal projection – as the Spratlys appear to do – and impose an inequitable ‘cut-off’ effect of that latter state’s maritime entitlement. A LOS-compliant maritime boundary drawn by Beijing should under no circumstance exceed the median line from each insular formation that it administers in the South China Sea. The nine-dash line fails this test and as a national boundary would be inconsistent with international law.”
Sourabh Gupta-CSIS

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