East China Sea

NOUN
  1. part of the Pacific Ocean near eastern Asia
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How To Use East China Sea In A Sentence

  • China's National Marine Environmental Forecasting Center said it could produce waves of six to nine meters as it churns northwestward through the East China Sea at about 15 kilometers per hour. China, Japan Brace for Super Typhoon
  • The modern metropolis of Shanghai was once a small village facing the East China Sea.
  • China's National Marine Environmental Forecasting Center warned Muifa could churn up 36 foot (11 meter) high waves in the East China Sea and 16 foot (five meter) waves off the coast.
  • This paper illustrates good prospective to seek gas hydrate in the Continental Slope and Okinawa Trough in the East China Sea, according to the research of 2D seismic profiles surveyed by our bureau.
  • Mr. Kan told reporters in Tokyo that the group of uninhabited islands in the East China Sea where the man was detained is an integral part of Japanese territory. Tensions Still High Over Japanese Detention of Chinese Fishing Boat Captain
  • There is going to be a tropical storm in the East China sea.
  • In 1989 in Shanghai, hepatitis A virus in uncooked, polluted clams from the East China Sea infected more than 300,000 people and killed 47. Hepatitis A
  • Japan has conveyed its desire to salvage the ship from where it lies in the East China sea, but China has yet to agree to the request.
  • In recent years, China has been striving to build up its military and expand the scope of its maritime activity to cover an area that extends from the East China Sea as far as the western Pacific Ocean.
  • The Yangtze River falls into the East China sea.
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