A continuous boundary in the South China Sea being drawn by Chinese government scientists will be based partly on a map approved and published by Beijing in 1951. Photo: HANDOUT

China’s claims in South China Sea ‘proposed by continuous boundary for the first time’

Joining of the nine-dash line by scientists is based partly on 1951 map that ‘furthers the certainty of China’s seas’

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A continuous boundary in the South China Sea being drawn by Chinese government scientists will be based partly on a map approved and published by Beijing in 1951. Photo: HANDOUT
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