China's Territorial Disputes

Name the countries that currently have a land or water dispute with China.
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Last updated: December 27, 2017
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Bhutan
Brunei
India
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Indonesia
Japan
Malaysia
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Philippines
Taiwan
Vietnam
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Level 81
Dec 22, 2017
No disputes with Russia?
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Level 62
Dec 22, 2017
Not that I am aware of
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Level 62
Dec 23, 2017
It's all settled when the Bolshoy Ussuriysky/Heixiazi is divided between the two countries: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bolshoy_Ussuriysky_Island
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Level 75
Dec 27, 2017
No - and historically China probably has more reason to have a territorial dispute with Russia than most of the other countries. Difference is Russia is far scarier than any of the other countries. China is for all intents and purposes a bully.
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Level 74
Dec 28, 2017
That comment has just blocked Jetpunk on Baidu, despite (or, more accurately, because of) your truthfulness.
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Level 74
Dec 29, 2017
Just like any major nation. What a surprise! :D
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Level 75
Dec 31, 2017
A little surprised jetpunk hasn't fallen foul of the Chinese authorities already given it lists Taiwan as a separate country in all its quizzes. For what it's worth, having been to Taiwan, I agree with this approach. When a place has its own currency, border controls, government and military it is hard not to call it an independent nation.
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Level 71
Apr 5, 2018
By these criteria, Somaliland might qualify more than countries in the EU.
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Level 48
Apr 5, 2018
Strategically speaking, the lands that China has conflict in these countries are better than the lands with Russia. Most of these conflicts stem from the South China Sea with the numerous islands, China needs to have control of these islands if it wants to ensure economic security. If they don't, they'll always be at the mercy of NATO countries, and if they anger them then they can kiss their economy goodbye. The lands near Russia on the other hand might be rich in timber and natural gas deposits, but China already has a booming industry to the point it doesn't really need those extra deposits in comparison to economic security.
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Level 71
Apr 5, 2018
@Akula: many non-recognized natons are grateful for your comment. Among them Transdnistria and South Ossetia. However as Tshalla says, does that disqualify many EU nations and some other (Does Costa Rica have a military? Does ZImbabwe have a currency? Does the Vatican really have a government?) :)
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Level 55
Sep 18, 2020
Can't really say that the EU countries are not independent because some of them have a shared currency, border controls, etc.

They have these things in common because each independent country, independently agreed on them.

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Level 72
Sep 18, 2020
@Jerry928 I am currently taking quizzes on JetPunk from China (where I live), and am able to search up JetPunk on Baidu (it's the first result by the way.
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Level 59
Sep 21, 2020
I hear a Chinese diplomat got in an argument with European diplomats about calling it Taiwan, and not Chinese Taipei. So China's having a bad time trying to influence Europe right now.
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Level 62
Dec 27, 2017
With this quiz, approximately 11% of my featured quizzes have an infamous dictator as the thumbnail. It's not that much, but it's weird right?
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Level 62
Dec 27, 2017
It's literally been 10 minutes and it's gone down to 9.5%.
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Level 68
Jan 4, 2018
lol
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Level 74
Apr 5, 2018
How about a democracy-supporting thumbnail then? QM, will any of us forget that man who stood in front of a tank? Maybe he deserves to head this quiz?
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Level 63
Dec 8, 2019
Why? The quiz is about territorial disputes, why would having that make any sense?

To be honest, it should be a map or China or something, or at least the current leader.

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Level 70
Dec 27, 2017
Good ole Spratlys
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Level 73
Dec 27, 2017
Oh yeah.
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Level 78
Jan 3, 2018
Try Taiwan's Territorial Disputes Quiz, if you miss some countries in the list above.
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Level 51
Jan 22, 2018
North Korea has had disputes with China along the Tumen River border. It escalated to border clashes in the 1960's.
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Level 69
Feb 13, 2018
I think territorial dispute is an understatement with China and Taiwan...
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Level 58
Apr 5, 2018
Not Nepal?
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Level 59
Apr 5, 2018
You could (and should) say there is a territorial dispute with Tibet.
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Level 81
Apr 8, 2018
This is China's territorial disputes with other sovereign nations. Tibet no longer exists as a sovereign nation.
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Level 38
Apr 5, 2018
Agreed Roger - I put Tibet down just just in case.
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Level 62
Apr 5, 2018
Should include South Korea, see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Socotra_Rock
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Level 62
Apr 5, 2018
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Level 67
Apr 6, 2018
They do have one with north korea
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Level 29
Aug 29, 2018
The Chinese imperialists are eager for enlarging their territory
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Level 47
Jun 9, 2019
Wouldn't they have disputes with Pakistan over the Kashmir? And I thought they did with Mongolia too?
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Level 89
Jul 18, 2019
Hmm, I thought the Shaksgam Valley in northern Kashmir (just north of K2) would make Pakistan count as well. Apparently there was an agreement signed by Pakistan and China that laid out the border... but the area is also claimed by India, so it's not viewed as fully legal or binding.
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Level 67
Apr 28, 2020
In Kashmir, there are India/Pakistan disputes and China/India disputes, but no China/Pakistan disputes
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Level 56
Sep 18, 2020
The enemy of my enemy is my friend.
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Level 52
Mar 15, 2021
In a nutshell, Out of Kashmir, China administers Aksai Chin and claims parts of Gilgit Balistan. Pakistan recognizes these claims, but then claims the rest of it. India claims the whole thing. If Pakistan chose not to recognize China's claims, then they would have no allies amongst bordering countries.
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Level 43
Jul 14, 2019
Me to China: You are too unsatisfied.
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Level 73
Oct 31, 2019
Pakistan? It disputes Kashmir with India and China
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Level 54
Jul 1, 2020
Pakistan abandoned their claims for monetary benefits from China.
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Level 60
Mar 26, 2020
So basically you're asking the neighbouring countries
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Level 52
May 5, 2020
I threw in Taiwan with 1 second left
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Level 35
Aug 9, 2020
The dispute with taiwan is not territorial. It's two administrations competing for the sole legitimate government of the whole nation.
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Level 66
Sep 18, 2020
China claims it controls the island of Taiwan. The nation of Taiwan disagrees. The dispute may be larger than just territory, but the territorial dispute is certainly a facet of it.
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Level 56
Sep 18, 2020
Tajikistan ought to be included.
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Level 54
Sep 18, 2020
Didn't China say that half of Tajikistan was theirs? And also, there is border dispute around Mt Everest with Nepal.
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Level 50
Sep 18, 2020
South Korea (over the Socotra Rock)

North Korea (Maritime dispute in Sea of Japan)

Singapore (Maritime dispute in South China Sea)

Nepal (Over various Tibetan lands)

Laos (A large chunk of land belonging to Laos is claimed by China)

Mongolia (Over borders with Inner Mongolia)

A quick google search shows there is a lot more border disputes than what was listed here

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Level 59
Sep 18, 2020
China is the bane of the Earth's existence.
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Level 81
Sep 18, 2020
not Tom Hardy?
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Level 66
Sep 18, 2020
He merely adopted the darkness. China was born in it.
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Level 60
Sep 18, 2020
Even though this article is old, I find it really interesting
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Level 34
Sep 19, 2020
got them all just by guessing random countries around china
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Level 52
Sep 21, 2020
How did Malaysia, Indonesia and Brunei get here, did China claim Borneo?
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Level 52
Sep 21, 2020
That's pretty dumb.
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Level 44
Jan 5, 2021
Watch Geography Now: China or research the Spratly Islands dispute :)
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Level 32
Sep 22, 2020
Most of these disputes come from China's "Our people fished in these waters some time in the last 2000 years, it is ours now" rhetoric
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Level 18
Apr 1, 2021
Yes. This statement is even in our history book, it says that the south china sea was our territory in history.
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Level 18
Apr 1, 2021
Its in our geography book too!
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Level 18
Apr 3, 2021
Cool Quiz! Expected Russia but not Bhutan, even put Nepal.